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U.S. average diesel fuel prices were $2.73 as of March 16, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This is a drop of 8 cents from the previous week and 34 cents from the same time last year. 

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What Oil War Could Mean for Trucking

A sudden war in crude oil prices between Russia and Saudi Arabia could mean a drop in diesel and gasoline prices at American fuel pumps. But the longer-term implications are more worrying.

Diesel Prices Start to Dip

Overall national average diesel fuel prices for the U.S. are $3.05 per gallon, dropping about $0.02 from last week and $0.34 compared to 2018.

Diesel Prices Dip Slightly

Average on-highway diesel prices in the U.S. were $3.03 per gallon, down slighly from last week and down $0.19 from same time last year. This marks the fourth straight week that diesel price averages have fallen. 

Diesel Prices Climb a Little Higher

Average national diesel prices, as of May 6, hit $3.17 cents per gallon. Prices are currently equal to one year ago, but about 2-cents higher than last week.

Crude Oil, Fuel Prices on the Rise

U.S. diesel prices were up nearly 2 cents per gallon from a week ago and more than 6 cents per gallon compared to a year earlier, as crude oil prices rose to their highest since early July.