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As a fuel delivery company, we understand how important it is to care for your diesel engine when the winter hits here in New Albany. Let’s face it, if you’re running late to a fuel delivery appointment and your diesel pickup won’t start right away, it can be a chore and a headache. By investing a bit of time in some winter care, your diesel engines on your fleet vehicles will continue to purr happily all winter long. Below, we’ll review some diesel engine winter care tips, and contact OilWorks for fuel delivery today!
DIESEL ENGINE WINTER CARE TIPS IN NEW ALBANY
Keep Your Fuel Tanks Full
Keeping your fuel tanks full can be a chore when your fleet’s vehicles are running all day long. However, by having fuel delivery service to your New Albany business, it’s easy to fill your fleet’s tanks at the end of the day to help prevent the diesel fuel from freezing and gelling. Try to keep your tanks over half way full all winter long.
Use Fuel Additives
The point of fuel additives is to keep your trucks running optimally. By investing in anti-gel fuel additives for your New Albany fleet vehicles, you can help prevent the diesel fuel in your trucks from freezing and/or gelling. OilWorks offers fuel additive delivery service to help keep your vehicles running. Call to learn more today!
CHOOSE OILWORKS IN NEW ALBANY FOR YOUR FUEL DELIVERY NEEDS TODAY
Having the convenience of fuel delivery services for your New Albany business offers many benefits. It saves you the time and hassle of fueling up, and, as we’ve seen, it can help ensure your diesel fuel does not freeze in the cold winter months. By implementing the above tips and by choosing OilWorks as your preferred fuel delivery company, you can rest assured that the cold will not impact your customer service. Reach out to learn more and get started on fuel delivery near New Albany today!