The rates are already ridiculous. They're going to end up losing revenue by pricing people out of using it. They have to get their money, but they can't even give Lt Eric Eslary's funeral procession a free pass to downtown Pittsburgh.
According to Bankrate.com PA is the highest at ,70 per gallon.
Pennsylvania, 70 cents per gallon
Pennsylvania has no excise tax on gasoline, but its other fees add 51.6 cents to each gallon of gas sold in the state. The most costly is the Keystone State's oil company franchise tax on liquid fuels. The average wholesale price used to calculate the tax rate for the first half of 2015 is up 62 cents per gallon over the 2014 rate.