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On-highway diesel drops 2.5 cents to $3.832 a gallon

Oil hovered barely above $93 a gallon Tuesday with prices barely inching up Wednesday, assuring that diesel prices will stay down at least for a short while.

The Trucker News Services

11/13/2013

On-highway diesel prices were down again this week, following the downward spiral of oil, with national prices dropping 2.5 cents to $3.832 and only one region — California — reporting prices over $4 a gallon and just barely at that, at $4.055.

Diesel prices in the West Coast less California sector went down the most from the week before — 4.2 cents — to $3.881 compared with $3.923 truckers were being charged the week before.

The West Coast reporting region was down 3.9 cents to $3.976 compared with $4.015 the week prior.

Diesel in California took the third-biggest nose dive in the Energy Information administration’s 10 reporting regions with a decrease of 3.7 cents from the $4.092 it was selling for in the week prior.

Oil hovered barely above $93 a gallon Tuesday with prices barely inching up Wednesday, assuring that diesel prices will stay down at least for a short while.

For more details on regional prices click here.

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