Diesel fuel prices national average pump rose for the first time in five weeks, edging up 1 cent to $3.820 a gallon, while gas prices increased 4.6 cents to $3.627, making fleet fueling more expensive for all fleet managers.
If you were a fleet manager last week on the East Coast you saw what was coming your way and hoped you had the right fleet management solutions in place for the unknown.
Diesel fuel prices on a national average pump declined for a fourth consecutive week, dipping 2.5 cents to $3.810 a gallon, while gas prices decreased 2.3 cents to $3.581, the Department of Energy said.
Diesel fuel prices, national average pump price fell for a third straight week, declining 6.2 cents to $3.835 a gallon, while gasoline dropped 7 cents to $3.604, the Department of Energy said Monday.
Diesel fuel prices declined for a second straight week, dropping 4 cents to $3.897 a gallon, the Department of Energy said Monday.
Oil finished the trading day Thursday at its lowest level since February, diving below $90 a barrel as equities markets plunged, Bloomberg reported. That is very good news for fleet manager trying to improve diesel fuel prices. It has been difficult lately for most companies to control their fuel management.