Fuel Prices

November 2016, - Editorial

Commentary: 3 Things to Be Thankful For

Deborah Lockridge

By Deborah Lockridge

You don’t have to be a driver to know there are plenty of things we can complain about in trucking. In the Nov. editorial, editor-in-chief Deborah Lockridge suggests three things trucking can be thankful for.

Tags: Technology, Fuel Prices

February 2016, - Editorial

Commentary: A Crude Awakening

Source: EIA

By Evan Lockridge

With all the hoopla lately over the plummeting crude oil prices, you may not have noticed a recent change in U.S. policy that could send prices in the other direction.

Tags: Fuel Prices, Crude Oil Prices

June 2015, - Cover Story

How Low Will Diesel Go?

The real question is how long the price will stay low?

By David Cullen

While it’s hard to say just how low the retail price of diesel will go, what is fairly certain is the trend line in place since last autumn will continue to run its positive course at least through the rest of the year.

Tags: Fuel Prices, Diesel Fuel

July 2008, - Editorial

More Fuel Pricing Victims

By Deborah Whistler, Editor

Truckers aren't the only ones feeling the pain: It's also taking a toll on some truckstop operators.

Tags: Fuel Prices

July 2008, - Test Drives

Class 8 Roundup

By Tom Berg

It's All About Fuel.

Tags: Fuel Prices, Class 8, Equipment, EPA, Test Drive

June 2008, - Cover Story

Fuel Crisis Survival

By Oliver Patton

Diesel price hikes take trucking into uncharted territory. Industry pushes for help on Capitol Hill.

Tags: ATA, Fuel Prices

June 2008, - Feature

The Driver Connection

By Jim Park, Contributing Editor

Fleets seeking to modify driver behavior have many more tools at their disposal today than ever before.

Tags: Fuel Prices

February 2008, - Editorial

Additives For Fuel Economy

By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor

Perhaps this fuel crisis will propel skeptical users to take a look at fuel economy enhancers.

Tags: Economy, Fuel Prices, Fuel Economy, Fuel and Oil, oil additives

February 2008, - Feature

Additives For Fuel Economy

By Steve Sturgess, executive editor

The price of fuel is enough to sway even the most hardcore oil additive skeptic.

Tags: Fuel Prices, oil additives

June 2007, - Feature

Less Idle, Less Fuel

By Jim Beach

Drivers are much more likely to turn the engine off if they can still be comfortable in the cab, winter and summer. That's where anti-idling technology comes in.

Tags: Idle Reduction, HVAC, Fuel Prices, APU

March 2006, - Editorial

Idle Conversation

By Deborah Whistler, Editor

Best way to conserve fuel? Shut those engines down.

Tags: Idling, Fuel Prices


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