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Monday, September 3rd, 2018
storing fuel and maintaining fuel tanks

Have you ever tested your fuel tanks? There are many benefits of bulk testing your fuel tanks as part of routine maintenance for your business. Taking proper care of your above-ground storage is crucial to keeping your fleet humming and your equipment safe from contaminants and other issues.

Friday, August 31st, 2018
propane for the agriculture industry

Rural America has used propane in various ways for about 100 years. Today, around 40 percent of Americans in these areas use propane for farming operations and over 50 percent use liquefied petroleum gas in their houses. Over one million gallons of this fuel are used each year. This figure alone points to the fact that propane has other uses beyond powering appliances and heating homes.

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018
differences between premium and unleaded gas

If you have have ever purchased fuel for your business, you know that there is a choice between regular and unleaded gasoline. There is usually a variance in price between these two, but it is important to learn the other differences between them. This is especially true if you provide fuel to customers or run a fleet of vehicles. Find out below if you are making the best decision when purchasing your fuel.

Monday, August 13th, 2018
frequently asked questions about diesel fuel

Diesel fuel is a common product that is used in a wide range of applications, including commercial transport, construction, and agriculture. Although so many people use it, many still have questions about how it is made and how it can be used. The following are five of the most frequently asked questions about diesel fuel.

Thursday, August 9th, 2018
get fuel from a trustworthy fuel supplier

Whether your business uses a single vehicle or a fleet, fuel prices are probably always lurking somewhere in the back of your mind. Buying fuel can help you save money, but it can also break your bank. This may lead you to think that cheaper fuel is always better. While price is an important point in your consideration, it should not be the only one. In fact, hiring a cheap fuel supplier could raise costs overall due to increased maintenance associated with wear and tear.