Good news about fuel for truckers
Fuel prices are falling
That affect good on truckers, because they spend thousands of dollars for fuel. The national diesel average is $5.268 per gallon as prices have declined for five straight weeks. Recession concerns continue to dictate the market by lowering demand, and the price of crude continues to slide. Prices are trending downward in tandem with consumers’ confidence in the economy as fewer people fuel up for summer travel. The diesel price for the week of July 25 is 51.5 cents cheaper than the last week of June but $1.926 more expensive than a year ago. Gas is $1.194 higher than one year ago. Diesel prices have continued to fall in every region of the United States, even falling below five dollars to $4.911 per gallon in the Gulf Coast. Consumers (Not only truckers) appear to be taking the pressure off their wallets by fueling up less. And there’s reason to be cautiously optimistic that the fuel prices will continue to fall especially for truckers, particularly if the global price for oil does not spike. But the overall situation remains very volatile. The price of crude oil has continued to trend downward, remaining below $100 per barrel. his is slightly lower than a week ago.
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