So my state is considering a tax holiday for July 4 and Labor day this year, meaning they will possibly not levy the $0.20+/gallon of gas during the holiday weekend. That's a great relief. consider it's is about $4/gallon right now. Of course this isn't the first that the tax holiday is in effect. Usually you can find it near the time for school to start again. It usually tax free week for school related stuff like clothing and paper products.
I usually may or may not stock up on some stuff. This year, probably kids clothing. But if there is a tax holiday on gas, you bet I am stocking up on gas. We usually have a few gas tanks we keep in the garage for stocking up gas in case a)we run low and have no time to go to t he cheap gas station, b) gas is getting crazy expensive so we buy some more when it's not as expensive, and c) during winter, a snow-in. If there is a tax holiday, we'll be filling those up.
Hopefully our neighboring state will consider that too so our stations won't have crazy lines or maybe they'll consider it in the fall.
What would you do if there's a gas tax holiday?