The risk of saving a few dollars at the pump using red diesel could leave users with large fines down the road
he temptation for diesel users to save a few bucks at the pump by filling up with red-dyed diesel could lead to major fines if they are caught red handed by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Red-dyed diesel should only be used for agricultural purposes in tractors, combines and other equipment that is typically not used for highway travel.
Clear diesel is used in semitrailers and trucks and has a highway tax of 47 cents more per gallon.
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