LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Average U.S. diesel fuel prices are continuing their downward trend.
According to the Energy Information Administration, as of Oct. 16, the price sat at $4.444 across the nation.
That’s down from $4.498 on Oct. 9 and $4.593 on Oct. 2.
Even California, which always has the highest prices due to strict regulations, has seen declines in recent weeks — from $6.269 on Oct. 2 to $6.178 on Oct. 9 and $6.119 on Oct. 16.
The lowest prices in the nation are along the Gulf Coast, where a gallon of diesel fuel, on average, costs $4.114 per gallon.
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