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Wednesday, August 12th, 2020
fleet fueling with Kendrick Oil Company

If you use diesel fuel for your business, you are likely familiar with it to some degree. It is important to understand how much fuel you use, how to store it, and how to monitor what you have. But, it can be helpful to know how long this fuel burns as well as its shelf life.

Friday, August 7th, 2020
tractor towing bales of hay in field

Farms need tools and supplies to run, including diesel and gas. Knowing how to save on fuel purchases is a great way to save money. Conserving your diesel or gas is another way to do this. Here are some tips that can help you conserve fuel on your farm.

Thursday, July 30th, 2020
question mark on chalk board

This fuel, also known as offroad diesel, is a major commodity in a variety of industries around the world. Even if you use this fuel every day, there is a lot you might not know about it. Here are some FAQs about diesel that can help you learn more.

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020
off road diesel fuel near me

Most diesel fuel sales are taxable, but there are some exemptions, including those in certain parts of the farm and food production industries. Partial tax exemptions can be given to both sellers and buyers. In order to qualify, the diesel must be of a specific type and only used for certain purposes.

Thursday, June 11th, 2020
how red diesel fuel is used

Understanding how to use dyed diesel properly is important, especially if you are running a fleet of vehicles or equipment. There is actually a history behind this fuel that can be interesting to know too. In some countries, such as Ireland, dyed fuel has been taken out of use for taxation purposes. In the United States, dyed fuel is a commodity used in many industries that benefit from lower taxes or none at all for this product.