Many truckers 'close to the wall' as fuel costs through the roof

OOIDA member Dave Crosby parked his truck in late January. He told Land Line on Thursday, March 13, he's not moving it again until he can start making a decent living wage again. In the mean time, the U.S. Energy Information Administration has revised the government's predictions, stating that diesel prices will average $3.70 per gallon in March and April, and then drop to an average of $3.45 for the year. As of Thursday, ProMiles was showing the national average price at $3.92 per gallon, up 3 cents from Wednesday's average.


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