Posts Tagged ‘fuel’

5 Tips For Saving Fuel On The Road

Friday, June 21st, 2019
Improving Fuel Economy

Check out these five tips for saving fuel while on the road.

Fuel consumption can be one of the most significant expenses for a fleet, so it’s important for all truckers to know how to increase their fuel efficiency. By improving fuel efficiency by just 1 MPG, you can save thousands on fuel per year! Check out these five tips for saving fuel while on the road. (more…)

Trucking Tips For Improving Fuel Efficiency

Friday, January 25th, 2019
 Learn about four tips for improving fuel efficiency.

Learn about four tips for improving fuel efficiency.

Fuel is one of the most significant expenses for truck drivers or fleet managers, as the cost can add up whether they are stuck in truck or driving along the highway. In fact, improving your fuel efficiency by just 1 MPG can save you thousands per year! Continue reading for a few tips on how truckers can improve their fuel efficiency. (more…)

Why Do Semi-Trucks Use Diesel?

Friday, January 19th, 2018
Have your ever wondered why semi-trucks use diesel? We have the answers.

Have you ever wondered why semi-trucks use diesel? We have the answers.

Have you ever wondered why semi-trucks run on diesel engines? There are many benefits of using diesel in semi-trucks, mainly because they are so much heavier than cars and often carry heavy loads. Here are some facts about diesel engines, the difference between diesel and gas, why semi-trucks use diesel. (more…)

What’s the Difference Between Diesel and Gasoline Fuel?

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Diesel and gasoline actually aren’t very different from each other. The main differences can be found in their consistency, and the type of engine they require to work.

Diesel and gasoline come from the same source, which is crude oil. Crude oil can be refined into different fuels with different consistencies. Diesel fuel is refined to a thicker, more oily consistency, while gasoline is refined to a lighter consistency. Gasoline is also more flammable than diesel, and requires less heat for combustion.

Because of their different characteristics, diesel and gasoline require different types of engines. Gas engines mix gas and air, making a vapor which is compressed by a piston, and then ignited by a spark plug. Diesel engines use a piston to compress air to a high pressure and temperature. When diesel is injected, it combusts due to the heat of the air.

Diesel engines are generally more fuel efficient because diesel is thicker than gasoline, which means it’s more energy-dense. Diesel combustion emits less carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide than gasoline combustion, but it also emits more particulate matter. Diesel engines are more expensive to build and to buy because of their high compression nature. Though the stereotypical image of diesel is of a dirty, black exhaust, advances in diesel refining techniques have improved the cleanliness of diesel significantly in recent years.

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Evan Transportation was founded in 1992 by Jerry Wolfarth, who at the time had over 25 years of experience in the trucking and transportation industry. The initial operation consisted of a few trucks and drivers who were dedicated and professional. The goal of the company was to provide excellent, dependable service.

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http://www.thetirechoice.com/blog/post/2011/12/06/The-Differences-between-Gasoline-and-Diesel.aspx