U.S. automotive and oil industries are cooperating with regulators to forge a universal standard stipulating properties for diesel fuel labeled as “premium.” However, the realities of the nation’s fuel-supply network – and how it centers on commercial-vehicle needs – means passenger vehicles powered by diesel engines must overcome another obstacle to mainstream adoption in the U.S. Most sources agree that the fuel properties required by the operators of commercial trucks, by far the ...
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