No they dont. Its literally IMPOSSIBLE to get low sulfer diesel now. It is not made in the US anymore and cant legally be sold anymore anyway. So
either they forgot a sticker on a pump, they're lying to you, or they're illegally selling you fuel that is well over 2 years old.
I'm pretty sure they do. One pump says high sulfer diesel, for off road use only. One says low sulfer diesel, taxable fuel, for highway use. Those pumps are off to the side by themselves, not in the row of the regular gas pumps, and the ulsd pump. I see older diesel trucks filling up with the low sulfer diesel quite a bit.
Like I said in an earlier post, unless the filing station is somehow getting their fuel from a shipyard, regardless of what the stickers say, it'll be ulsd. A sticker that says different is enough to get people who know the difference (but not enough to know its too good to be true) to use that pump to fill up.
Marine and locomotives are the only applications left in the US that have the ability to even get non-ulsd fuel. Our local co-ops, truck stops, fuel distributors etc. Can't even GET ulsd. And if they could, they're committing a federal crime if they sell it to a regular filling station. And the station is committing a federal crime by selling it to consumers. The govt will shut down the whole distribution network and every company involved will get fined out of business.
So my guess is that its most likely either someones idea of a joke, or an accident that the sticker says high sulfer diesel.
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