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Significant differences in tax rates between neighbouring states/provinces are sustained under this system because the haulier ultimately pays tax at the rate where travel actually takes place. For example, Pennsylvania’s fuel tax is approximately 46 cent per gallon higher than New Jersey’s, but thanks to the IFTA, tax distortion (‘fuel tourism’) does not occur. This briefing outlines how the IFTA model could be enhanced and adopted for the EU.