Found out a few days ago, most of our C-stores here that sell diesel fuel have posted labels on the fuel pumps that indicate you can not use that fuel in 2007 and later vehicles. It's labeled "low sulfur" at 500 ppm. So someone tell me, are the auto makers aware of this fact, and if so, where is a person supposed to buy this ultra-low sulphur fuel? By reducing the sulfur content, that also lowers the combustion power, thereby making it less efficient. Guess what.. it takes more refining to reduce the sulfur, so it's gonna cost more. Big oil screws us again -- and again -- and again -- time for the KY yet? Maybe it's time for the trucking industry to put the squeeze on the oil companies by shutting this country down. It'd only take about 2 or 3 days to do so. Something's gotta give somewhere.