Average Price of U.S. DEF Rises 4 Cents

The average price of U.S. DEF rose 4 cents from September and October.

The average price of U.S. diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) rose 4 cents from September and October, to an average of $2.80 per gallon, reports DEF Tracker. This is the second-highest average pump price in the last 12 months, behind June at $2.88 per gallon. The report also notes that bulk DEF dispensing facilities at truckstops reached its highest level since DEF Tracker was launched in October 2011, with 77 new locations coming over the last 30 days.



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