Compared with a year ago, the national average price is 90.7 cents a gallon higher.
Soft freight and high fuel got you down? You're not alone. Though business for the nation's truckers has picked up since the extremely slow period we all saw last year, difficulties continue for many, and for ...
After five weeks of falling prices, theh national average retail price of a gallon of diesel jumped in the latest week.
The price, which has climbed 15.3 cents since Dec. 21, is 56.5 cents higher than the same week last year.
The national average retail price of a gallon of diesel soared 6.5 cents this week.
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Despite the decline, the U.S. average price is 36 cents higher than a year ago.
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