The end is nigh for Maryland’s gas tax holiday. For nearly a month, the state has foregone the collection of its 36-cent per gallon tax. That all ends around midnight Saturday when dealers reimpose the full tax and prices lower than the national average disappear, jarring motorists back to reality. Kirk McCauley, legislative director of the Washington-Maryland-Delaware Service Station and Auto Repair Association, said the temporary pause worked well for his 700-800 members.
Temporary suspension of Maryland gas tax expiring, but debate continues
April 15, 2022