Does your business rely on off-road diesel to get the job done? What is “off-road” diesel, and why should you be using it anyway? We'll help you!
All states are different, and you should reach out to your state’s comptroller to better understand their unique rules and requirements. Contact us today!
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We often get asked if off-road diesel is a lower quality fuel than on-road diesel. Off-road diesel is identical to on-road diesel, except a red dye is added for identification purposes.
Off-road diesel is known by several other names like dyed diesel, farm diesel, and red diesel. It’s all the same tax-free diesel. To use off-road diesel in your operation, you need to register with your state to receive a permit.
Off-road diesel is the same as on-road ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD), except it’s free of state and federal road taxes. It’s intended for use in off-road equipment such as generators, trains, tractors, bulldozers, excavators, backhoes, forklifts, skid steers, reefer trailers, and other standard heavy equipment. Take the time to understand your state’s rules and start saving money today. It all adds up to significant savings in off road diesel cost and profit to your bottom line.
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Be it a job site, a high-rise building, a grocery store, or your family farm, Fuel Logic can provide off-road diesel. No more searching for "red dye diesel near me" as we can pump directly into your equipment, or your bulk or jobsite tank.
We understand the applications and industries that rely on off-road diesel. Downtime is an expensive proposition, and we help you eliminate it.
Generators are great examples of equipment that should be using off-road diesel. It doesn’t matter if it’s for emergency power, permanent power, or temporary power on a construction site. You can’t afford for it to be down! We specialize in generators and understand the challenges that come with fueling generators.
You can use off-road dyed diesel in your refrigerated trailer if it’s not sharing a tank with the truck. Usually, the independent trailers will have a barrel tank hung under the trailer. This is a sign of an independent fuel tank. This type of trailer can certainly use off-road dyed diesel. You can’t afford to take chances with thousands of dollars in refrigerated inventory. Fuel Logic provides reliable deliveries to reefers on your site all across the country.
Most equipment on your construction site can utilize off-road diesel. Forklifts, skid steers, bulldozers, backhoes, and excavators can all use off-road dyed diesel. We can also fill your jobsite bulk tanks. Don’t have one? We can help you source one or provide you a rental (subject to availability).
Delivering off-road diesel to construction sites can be challenging. We understand these struggles and will make sure your equipment is ready to work when you are.