Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond

Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond

Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond

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What is an Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond? 

Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond's are required by Kentucky's Department of Revenue to obtain your Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond. The Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond amount is set at $1,000. 

The State requires a Fuel Tax bond for :  

a $1,000 surety bond based on money that is owed.  

Different parts of a bond:

 There are 3 parts to a Fuel Tax surety bond. The Principal "YOU", The Surety Company, and the Obligee. The Principal is the business or individual applying for the Fuel Tax Surety Bond. The Obligee is the individual or entity requiring the Surety Bond and the Surety Company is the company who provides the Surety Bond coverage.

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Kentucky Fuel Tax Bond Information and Requirements:

Motor Fuels Taxes consist of taxes on gasoline, liquefied petroleum, and special fuels (all combustible gases and liquids capable of being used in motor vehicles, except gasoline and liquefied petroleum).

Gasoline tax is levied on the average wholesale price per gallon as determined by KRS 138.228. The tax becomes a liability of the dealer when the gasoline is received or enters the dealer's storage facility.

Liquefied petroleum gas consists of any material which is composed predominately of any of the following hydrocarbons, or mixtures of them, whether in liquid or gaseous states: propane, propylene, butane (normal and isobutane), and butylene, and which is used to propel vehicles of any kind on public highways. The tax is levied when it is determined to have been used to propel motor vehicles on public highways.

Special fuels tax including diesel fuel is levied on the dealer at the point of receipt of the fuels instead of the point of sale by the dealer.

Unlike most taxes collected by DOR, motor fuels taxes are deposited in the Road Fund as directed by the Kentucky Constitution and are appropriated by the General Assembly for the construction and maintenance of Kentucky's roads.

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