This confuses me, first off there's 18 cents per gallon in taxes
you don't pay that you do pay on auto diesel
. Also, back when diesel
shot up to be worth more then pump
diesel they said it was due to the fact that the low sulfer diesel required by the epa is more expensive to make, is the marine
diesel low sulfer? If not it should be even less.
docks here want $4.50 a gallon, price
at the auto station is $4.29, luckily I found a place that will deliver to the dock
for $4.20 a gallon, which at 175 gallons that's a huge savings.
The only justification I have ever heard is the extra expenses associated with having a fuel dock
, spill control etc.... Does that add up to $0.48 per gallon? Anyhow, I guess just consider this a rant and ignore it as it's probably been discussed in the past.