Diesel prices are back up in July following a downward trend in June according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The on-highway national average went up a total of $0.009 to $2.481.
The hardest hit area is the West Coast less California who saw a $0.025 increase to $2.653, while California itself maintains the highest average at $2.867 with a $0.001 hike. It’s not all bad news though, the East Coast saw little to no increases, and the Rocky Mountains even saw a drop of -$0.001 coming in at $2.584. As usual, the Gulf came in with the lowest average at $2.311 despite a $0.004 jump.
No matter where your fleet operates, make sure that you purchase your fuel with the “Powerful Card”. It offers cash price at the pump and savings through the Zero Fee network.