Diesel fuel prices fell for a fourth week, dipping 0.8 cent to $3.841 a gallon, the lowest price since July 2012, the Department of Energy said Monday.
My kids who are 17, 14 and 9 years old always tell me that they know this or they know that, but in reality they don’t know anything. Do you have kids like that? How can a 14 year old have the knowledge and life experiences of a 46 year old man. They don’t.
For 2 weeks in a row diesel fuel prices have dropped though only 1.1 cents a gallon this week and a penny a gallon last week. Diesel fuel prices nationally now stand at $3.869 a gallon.