Depending on where you live, you could be spending a lot of your gas money on taxes.
On Friday, 24/7 Wall Street published a report that found the states with the highest and lowest gas taxes.
According to the website, the federal gas tax is 18.4 cents per gallon, but states can add their own excise tax as well.
Depending on where you live, state gas taxes can be anywhere between 5 percent up to 20 percent of the total cost of gas, 24/7 Wall Street said.
Last week, 24/7 Wall Street found which states have the highest and lowest gas taxes.
For its findings, the website used data from the American Petroleum Institute.
To see the top results, here are the states with the highest and lowest gas taxes, according to 24/7 Wall Street.
States with the lowest gas tax
46. Arizona gas tax: 19.0 cents per gallon
47. New Mexico gas tax: 18.9 cents per gallon
48. Mississippi gas tax: 18.8 cents per gallon
49. Missouri gas tax: 17.4 cents per gallon
50. Alaska gas tax: 14.4 cents per gallon
States with the highest gas tax
5. Hawaii gas tax: 48.4 cents per gallon
4. Washington gas tax: 49.4 cents per gallon
3. Illinois gas tax: 53.7 cents per gallon
2. Pennsylvania gas tax: 58.7 cents per gallon
1. California gas tax: 60.6 cents per gallon