Aug 03, 2014
I've never understood diesel's pricing either. It's a cruder, less refined oil formula so it's cheaper to produce. The argument I hear is that it's small production is why it costs more. If diesel were produced in the same volume as regular gas, it would be the cheapest of all the gas formulas. As more cars become diesel and more diesel is produced, we may see the price drop. We'll see. That's a cute avatar, what breed is that?