Though global oil prices are up since August, oil production rates and inventories are rising, which could help push prices down – and potentially do the same for diesel and gasoline too.
Yet government data shows prices for both fuels remains higher across the board versus 2016.
Slowing down reduces fuel consumption, as does avoiding traffic congestion and improving the aerodynamic profile of your rig.
Going green can save you greenbacks.
Yet diesel and gasoline prices overall are nearly 50 cents per gallon higher compared to 2016.
Group’s new 63-page report also notes that a universal vehicle registration fee could generate much-needed infrastructure monies as well.