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Diesel Prices on the Rise

Back on the rise again, the national average diesel fuel price hit $3.04 in April, 9 cents per gallon higher than March and 49 cents higher than same time last year.

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Diesel Fuel Prices Up Versus 2017

The national price of diesel fuel dropped by $0.003 the week of January 22 compared to the previous week but has increased by $0.456 compared to one year ago, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Diesel Fuel Test Takes 20 Minutes

Dieselcraft’s #OX-20 diesel fuel test is designed to test fuel for oxidation to prevent sludge buildup and other harmful substances.

USPS Considers Euro Fleet Replacement Model

The U.S. Postal Service's Office of Inspector General (OIG) has recommended four best practices and strategies for replacing vehicles based on a study of postal operations in the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, and Finland.

Racor Fuel Cart Filters Diesel Fuel

The Racor Division of Parker Hannifin’s CLEANDiesel Fuel Cart is designed for pre-filtration and transfer of diesel and biodiesel fuels.

DTech Adds Two Diesel Fuel Additives

DTech’s DieselMax and DieselBoost fuel additives are designed to improve lubricity in diesel fuel for all makes and models of diesel trucks.

Keeping Diesel Fuel Clean

If you don’t take steps to keep diesel fuel clean, it can degrade your fuel economy, damage expensive fuel system components and cause downtime. That’s never been more important than today.

Commentary: Don't Count Diesel Out

Alternative fuels may be more popular but diesel will still be the fuel of choice for most of trucking for a long, long time to come.

Fuel Smarts: Opposed-Piston Diesels About Five Years Away

Truck users can look forward to 30% better fuel economy at 10% lower production cost, says Achates Power

VIDEO: New Engine Could Reduce Truck Emissions, Lund University

Gasoline in truck diesel engines can give more than 50% efficiency if the combustion process is done correctly. A modified diesel engine running on gasoline could be a way of significantly reducing truck emissions, according to research at Lund University in Sweden. New fuel efficiency standards for large trucks were announced by President Obama just last week. The method could halve fuel consumption for gasoline engines.