Diesel Fuel Is More Available

According to a new report commissioned by the Diesel Technology Forum,
diesel fuel is now available at nearly half (42 percent) of the fueling
service stations across the country. This level represents a 12 percent
increase from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) last
report in 2000, which said diesel was available at only 30 percent of
U.S. service stations.

A spokesperson reported: “Consumers no longer see access to diesel
fuel as a barrier to owning and driving a diesel vehicle. As more
consumers become aware of the increasing availability and energy-saving
benefits of these vehicles, we expect that the popularity of light-duty
diesels in the United States will continue to grow.”

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