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Old 09-16-2019
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Use any diesel biocide treatment (recommended label amount), to keep anything from growing in the diesel fuel. Also fill your tank full before storing, this way your tank has less chance of drawing in moisture, which creates the algae to grow in the fuel.
As for driving in very cold - Diesel fuel gels at a certain temperature. You should use a winter blend and/or add something like "HEAT" that lowers the temperature of the diesel's gelling point.
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