diesel fuel

Diesel price tumbling, down 8.4 cents in 4 weeks

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel dropped again in the most recent week — ended Oct. 7 — falling 2.2 cents to a $3.897.

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Diesel prices reverse trend, begin climbing

After six straight weeks of decline — though small decline — the national average retail price of on-highway diesel has now risen two weeks in a row.

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Readers react on broker regulation, rates, GPS, truck loans

Rounding up reactions to recent coverage of a variety of issues at OverdriveOnline.com, in the magazine and on the Overdrive Facebook page.

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O/O challenges: More solutions to high fuel

Outtakes from interviews conducted as part of research into Todd Dills' "Owner-operators' top challenges" feature in the August 2012 edition of Overdrive magazine.

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California trucking group slams CARB fuel policies

A study by the California Trucking Association says CARB policies will put companies out of business and hike diesel prices.

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Diesel prices inch back up

A week after diesel prices dipped for the first time in nine weeks, the national average price of diesel rose once again.

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Diesel price drops half a cent

The national average retail diesel price dipped one-half cent to $4.142 per gallon.

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Diesel prices climb

National average retail price of diesel gained 2.4 cents to $3.825 in the latest week.

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New technology: Hydrogen-injection for fuel mileage boost

A Q&A in the Richmond (Virginia) BizSense magazine published Monday revealed an interesting new technology coming into the trucking world. Related to the hydrogen fuel-cell idea, the technology has been created by Marz Industries of Ashland, Va., BizSense reporter Michael Schwartz wrote. Marz Industries president Eddie Miller has been working on it for several years now, the concept being to "take water from a tank and electricity from the truck and create hydrogen," Miller told Schwartz. ...

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Diesel drops under $4

All regions fell in price, with the California price falling 8.4 cents a gallon to $4.287, the most expensive.

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