With Tuesday being #TaxDay, it's a reminder we not only pay property taxes and have taxes withheld from our paychecks, but Washington can boast the second highest gas tax in the United States. The state comes second only to Pennsylvania.

Right now, we're paying an average of $2.90 per gallon and 68 cents of that is just in state and federal gas taxes.

According to Patrick DeHaan with GasBuddy.com, we could save a little money by paying a visit to our neighbors over the border.

"The combined tax in Oregon is only 49.5 cents a gallon, generally you can save some money just by hopping over the state line," says DeHaan.

He says about 18 cents of every gallon Washingtonians buy goes to pay federal taxes, the rest is state taxes.

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