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I know people here have their preference on where they get their diesel. It seems like the price of gas goes up and down but diesel stays the same. I pay $1.79 for diesel at Mobile 1 and I think it is pretty clean. I have seen diesel as low as $1.62 at some stations but I don't know if I should try it. I see alot of people that go to stations like that so I know that the fuel doesn't stay there long. What places do you all go to?
 

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Marathon, $1.49
 

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I usually fuel up at the local BP($1.39). Its fresh (lots of business). I think that's the important factor, freshness I mean. It's not what brand/type of station it is.
 

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BamaFan said:
I usually fuel up at the local BP($1.39). Its fresh (lots of business). I think that's the important factor, freshness I mean. It's not what brand/type of station it is.




ID say BP as well since thats what we use at the plant:)
 

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Local Sunoco, freeway station has it for $1.599, it is a new station, only 9 months old. I also get it at a local distributer that has two stations and sells a lot of diesel. Their current price is $1.529, and has been stable for about 60 days. Regular gas is running $1.599 in our area of Ohio.
 

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its about a 1.44 here. I try and get it at Crystal Flash, which supplies our BP's here. They are on board with us on the clean fuel stuff


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Not really any Cheapo stations here except Myers and they are often more than the majors. No BP's near home. Been running around 1.49 at mobil etc. Theres a Sunoco staion about 15 miles away thats always at 1.39. It was 1.39 a month or so ago when every one else was at a 1.64. Fuel prices have been crazy this year. At least Diesel is consistantly less than gas this season. Last year diesel was .06 more per gallon than regular all year
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Fuel City Truck Stop on I-40 at exit 152 (west of Durham) jumped from 1.399 to 1.419 over the weekend


Flying J on I-40 at exit 150 1.419


Raleigh BP/Amoco on HWY 401 South of Raleigh 1.419


others in this area go as high as 1.499


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Flying J here. $136.9 and three Conoco truck stops. All the same price. Did shoot up about two weeks ago to $1.45 but came back down in about a week. Thought maybe it was snowing up north.
 

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$1.39 at the Shell truck stop. It is fairly new (2 years) and gets lots of truck traffic, mainly txdot base haulers.
 

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Wait until this winter It'll go up in price, it always does.
 

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a64pilot said:
Wait until this winter It'll go up in price, it always does.

As soon as it got cold here, the prices took a 10 cent increase. Im hoping thats the only jump we get.....
 

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Our winter last year was colder than usual which impacted prices even more.
 

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I paid $1.62 at the BP two weeks in a row. The Mobil in Eaton Rapids where I fill up at quite often is $1.59. I see the Citgo truck stop I pass every day is at $1.59 also, but they fool with the price a little if you don't pay cash there.


Those of us in the more northern states will see fuel price run a little higher in the winter as diesel competes with fuel oil for heating purposes.
 

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Hey I just Bought a Golf Cart with a Lift kit and P/U Bed from Evans in Eaton Rapids for my Deer Camp ! Its a Heck uva a lot of fun and rolls through the woods Great ! Small world huh !
 

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$1.59 here in Brentwood, CA (the other Brentwood, where no White bronco's are allowed) LOL


Station sells a lot to contractors locally hauling backhoes and those small bulldoziers and such. lot of gallons pumped.


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I purchase from a discount am/pm stn near I80. So far, no problem. It only has a single pump so the wait can be frustrating. When a tanker is in, I usually ask if he has dumped diesel yet. Usually, he'll hold off until I clear the pump. If the dump has already occurred, I drive to a Union 76 just down the interstate. I do have some good feelings about my pre oem filter tho.Edited by: ShumDit
 
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