In this 2015 photo, gas station attendant Carlos Macar pumps gas in Andover, Mass. Drivers in Washington soon will see stickers at the pumps announcing the state’s 67.8 cents per gallon gas tax, the nation’s second highest.
In this 2015 photo, gas station attendant Carlos Macar pumps gas in Andover, Mass. Drivers in Washington soon will see stickers at the pumps announcing the state’s 67.8 cents per gallon gas tax, the nation’s second highest. Elise Amendola AP file photo
In this 2015 photo, gas station attendant Carlos Macar pumps gas in Andover, Mass. Drivers in Washington soon will see stickers at the pumps announcing the state’s 67.8 cents per gallon gas tax, the nation’s second highest. Elise Amendola AP file photo

Stickers at the pumps soon will announce how much you pay in gas taxes. Spoiler: It’s a lot.

November 21, 2017 07:22 PM