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The nationwide average price of diesel fuel fell by 1 cent, the fourth consecutive weekly decline, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s report released Sept. 28.

A gallon of trucking’s main fuel stands at $2.394 a gallon. Diesel costs 67.2 cents a gallon less than it did a year ago.

Every region across the country saw prices drop. California experienced the most significant fall, 2.1 cents to $2.541. The state still has the most expensive diesel at $3.236 a gallon. The Gulf Coast had the smallest drop, 0.3 cent, settling at a nation-low $2.154 a gallon.

Three regions saw decreases of 1.3 cents; the East Coast stands at $2.473 a gallon, the Midwest at $2.269 and the West Coast at $2.928 a gallon. The Rocky Mountains saw a 1.2 cent-decline to $2.336 a gallon.

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