At a press conference going on right now in Sacramento, officials from the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF) are announcing the results of a survey done earlier this month (from the 12th to the 14th) in California on driving green, hybrids and diesels.
For months you've been hearing us talk about the impending introduction of the new low-sulfur diesel fuel throughout the country on October 15, though, mostly in regards to ushering in Mercedes' BlueTec engine. Keep in mind that the new fuel will also have a major impact on the 8 million diesel-powered trucks that move 94 percent of the nation's goods and the 500,000 diesel commuter buses.
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