The 10 States with the Cheapest Diesel Prices

Fuel prices have an enormous effect on almost every aspect of our lives. Increases in diesel prices are reflected in the cost of every good that is delivered. Price jumps alter our daily spending habits by chipping away at expendable income and even make the cost of taking a vacation unreachable for some. There’s no way around it, we all suffer from increases at the pump.

This is especially true for those in the trucking industry.  The average trucker travels over 100,000 miles per year. Considering modern trucks average 6.5 miles per gallon, each truck will consume over 15,000 gallons of diesel every year! At those quantities, every cent matters.

Cheapest Diesel Price by State in 2022

With the cost of diesel seemingly rising every week, the impact of fuel price is felt by everyone in the transportation industry. Fortunately, relief at the pump may be a state border away. We’ve compiled a list of the ten states with the lowest diesel costs to help you along.

Be sure to check back regularly as we’ll be updating this page to reflect price changes. If you’re a trucker checking on this list, be sure to check out our fuel cards to save at least 25 cents per gallon!

Now, without further ado, here are the top ten states with the cheapest diesel prices according to AAA.

1.      Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas, except your diesel price! This week, pricing came in at $5.28 per gallon.

2.      Oklahoma

The Sooner State comes in 2nd on the list with an average price of $5.28 per gallon. The proximity to refineries and low fuel taxes contribute to Oklahoma’s place on the list.

3.      Mississippi

Coming in at number 3 is the state that’s the most fun to spell (step up your game Ohio). A gallon of diesel in the Magnolia State is $5.34.

4.      Nebraska

Nebraska’s diesel price of $5.35 per gallon is the result of…wait for it…. lower fuel tax and location!

5.      Louisiana

Louisiana comes in at number 5 with the price at the pump at $5.35.

6.      Kansas

Diesel prices in Kansas are currently $5.37 per gallon. Kansas shares the same qualities that equate to cheap fuel in Missouri: low fuel taxes and a lot of pipelines.

7.      Missouri

Though the Show Me state doesn’t have any refineries, the combination of low fuel taxes and an abundance of pipelines crossing the state keep diesel prices low. It is currently $5.37 per gallon.

8.      Arkansas

The Natural State has a diesel price of $5.38 per gallon, coming in at 8th cheapest.

9.      South Dakota

Low fuel taxes and the proximity to the Dakota Access Pipeline help keep South Dakota diesel prices low. The average price for a gallon of diesel is currently $5.39.

10. Iowa

The Dakota Access Pipeline crisscrosses Iowa, helping bring down prices. Diesel is currently $5.41 per gallon.

And the most expensive is…… California at $6.96 per gallon!

*Diesel prices are continuously fluctuating. Check the most up to date prices at AAA.

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What do you think of the list? Did your state make the cut? While altering your route to hit the states with the cheapest fuel might not be an option, one sure fire way for you to save on fuel is by using EZ Freight’s diesel discount program. Our fuel card program can save truckers at least 25 cents per gallon. Getting started is a click or phone call away. Start saving today!

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