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August 27, 2013   |   Diesel Technology Forum

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Find Diesel: Locator Apps, QR Codes & Search Services Provide One-Stop Shop to Aid Diesel Car Drivers

Contact: Steve Hansen (301) 668-7230

As Clean Diesel Vehicle Availability Increases in U.S, the Diesel Technology Forum Is Providing Quick & Easy Diesel Fuel Locators

Washington, D.C. – With more than 20 new clean diesel vehicles entering the U.S. market in the next 18 months, the Diesel Technology Forum has compiled a collection of apps, retailer sites and other search services from a variety of sources to help diesel drivers easily find clean diesel fuel in all 50 states.

“Even though some of the new clean diesel vehicles will average more than 40 miles per gallon and get more than 750 miles per tank, we want to make sure that finding diesel fuel is quick and easy for all drivers,” said Allen Schaeffer, the Executive Director of the Diesel Technology Forum.

“With more than half of all retail fuel sites in the U.S. offering diesel fuel – and more coming each day – these fuel locator search services will show drivers diesel refueling stations in their immediate location and some will even show the best available prices. In addition, drivers going on vacations or trips to new areas can use these fuel locators to help plan their excursion.

“We also include information about biodiesel fuel locations and other alternative energy fuels wherever they may be,” Schaeffer said.

For more information visit or scan the QR code.


Fuel Finder: Cheapest Gas in the US and Canada (iTunes)

Gasbot (Android) - Visit from any mobile device.

Retailer Sites:






Other Search Services:

AAA Fuel Price Finder

Volkswagen's Clean Diesel Tracker


Biofuel Search Services:

BiodieselNow (iTunes and Android)


U.S. Dept. of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center (B20 and Above)

(See clean diesel vehicles currently available here and new diesels coming to the U.S. market in the near future.)

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The Diesel Technology Forum is a non-profit national organization dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of diesel engines, fuel and technology. Forum members are leaders in clean diesel technology and represent the three key elements of the modern clean-diesel system: advanced engines, vehicles and equipment, cleaner diesel fuel and emissions-control systems. For more information visit

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