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The national average price for diesel dropped 3.2 cents to $5.539 a gallon, according to Energy Information Administration data released May 30.
• Trucking’s main fuel has shed 8.4 cents over three consecutive declines since an 11.3-cent spike May 9.
• A gallon of diesel now costs $2.284 more than it did at this time in 2021.
• Diesel’s price fell in seven of the 10 regions in EIA’s weekly survey. New England and the Central Atlantic registered the biggest drops at 14.5 cents and 10 cents a gallon, respectively. The West Coast less California had the largest increase at 6.7 cents.
• Gasoline moved in the opposite direction of diesel, rising an average of 3.1 cents to $4.624. A gallon now costs $1.597 more than it did at this time last year.
U.S. On-Highway Diesel Fuel Prices
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