In his press release, Kemp stated that fuel taxes in the state have been temporarily eliminated.

Stating that the only thing the Biden economy does, from federal spending to policies that prevent domestic energy production, is to take more money out of the pockets of the middle class, Kemp said, “While high prices continue to affect family budgets, hard-working Georgians deserve real relief, and that’s why we deliver it directly to them at the pump.” I signed an executive order to forward it.” he said.

Governor Kemp noted that under this emergency order, Georgians will save between 31 and 35 cents for every gallon (3.78 liters) of fuel.

After fuel prices increased due to the Russia-Ukraine War, Kemp temporarily suspended taxes again for 10 months in March 2022, and shared the information that Georgians saved 1.7 billion dollars during this period.

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