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With prices of oil climbing higher now, we can see the price of fuel going up, the price of other products will follow (engine oil, rubber etc.), how quick do you think the rates for transporting will catch up with it, and how it's going to effect the availability of the freight , that every broker was so desperately trying to push cheep lately, so they can keep their customers (sellers/buyers). :ph34r:

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Fuel prices are coming down... finally! I don't know how long fuel prices will continue to come down but, the natural gas and shale oil boom in the United States is the main cause. Because of this, the U.S. is projected to become the largest oil producer in the world, even surpassing the Saudis, by the end of the year 2015. By the way, if you need to know where the cheapest diesel fuel is in your current area, just go to this website and use the cheap gas finder by typing in your zip code or city and state (on the left side of the webpage).

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