Testing for difference between diesel and heating oil.

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Home heating oil has a colorant added to it and none of the taxes from state or federal added. P.


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It's put into diesel that is sold for off-road use....graders, tractors, etc., without that annoying road tax (about 48 cents per gallon here). On-road diesel vehicles are checked sometimes at weigh stations and some state boys sneak around to construction jobsites and check diesel trucks used by those grader drivers, etc. It's a $1,000 fine if you're caught. I've never heard of a car being stopped and checked for red dye diesel. That'd be a waste of their time since their chances of finding a culprit would be very slim.
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Oh, you poor things...violin strings....
Try 48 PENCE (or more) per LITRE in Europe...
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For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
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