Diesel Fuel Price Falls After Sharp Increase

Truckers across the country are breathing a sigh of relief as the price of diesel fuel continues to fall after several weeks of significant increases. “The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel fell again in the week ended April 7, down another 1.6 cents to $3.959, according to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Asministration,” Overdrive Online reports. Since March 17th the price of diesel has fallen by 6.2 cents. In the 5 weeks leading up to March 16th, the price had skyrocketed by 14.4 cents.

Still, there are plenty of areas of the country where the price of diesel is more than $4 a gallon. The most expensive diesel in the country can be found in New England, at $4.24 a gallon. The cheapeast diesel? $3.793 in the Gulf Coast. Overall, the price of diesel is almost the same as it was this time last year, at 1.8 cents less expensive.

diesel fuel national average

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