Commercial Diesel & Gas Delivery in NY, NJ, and PA

Whether your business is retail, commercial, industrial, or agricultural, a reliable supply of diesel fuel is needed to help keep your operations running without interruption. SOS Xtreme Comfort is dedicated to providing the best quality diesel or gas fuel at competitive prices. We are proud to be the go-to bulk diesel fuel distributor with delivery services throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. From agricultural equipment to trucking fleets, we have the diesel fuel supply to keep your engines running!

SOS Xtreme Comfort delivers on-road and off-road premium Xtreme Diesel fuel that increases power, reduces deposits, and keeps injectors clean. Every gallon of Xtreme Diesel contains multifunctional additives such as detergent dispersants, lubricity enhancers, cold flow improvers, and anti-icing ingredients to enhance your engine’s performance and reduce normal wear and tear.

Keep your fleet fueled and your business running smoothly by scheduling bulk diesel delivery services with SOS Xtreme Comfort. Just call our Pennsylvania number at (570) 618-8055. You can also reach our Tuxedo Park, NY office at (845) 351-4700 or our Franklin, NJ office at (973) 827-8179.

Your Wholesale Diesel Supplier for Premium-Grade On-Road & Off-Road Diesel

At SOS Xtreme Comfort, we offer a wide variety of on-road and off-road diesel fuel to businesses in many industries! These diesels come in clear and dyed versions to help you distinguish their uses and follow their legally designated uses. You may be thinking, what is the difference between clear and dyed diesel? Clear diesel is for on-road vehicles and dyed diesel is for off-road vehicles. This system was put into place in order for the government to better collect fuel taxes.

Clear Diesel for On-Road Uses

Clear diesel is a type of fuel that is sold without added dyes and is considered “road vehicle grade fuel.” This can be anything from private cars, trucks, and SUVs to commercial bus or truck fleets. Clear diesel is designed to have low sulfur levels and is legally taxable in the United States. If your vehicle drives on a highway or road, you need clear, on-road diesel fuel delivery from SOS Xtreme Comfort!

Dyed Diesel for Off-Road Uses

Off-road diesel (dyed ultra-low sulfur diesel or ULSD) is primarily dyed a red color in the United States in order to distinguish it from taxed, clear diesel. A license is required to purchase dyed diesel. Off-road diesel, or dyed diesel, is intended to be used to power off-road vehicles, such as construction equipment or agricultural machinery. Because dyed diesel is non-taxed and is reserved for off-road uses only, there are heavy penalties and fines for knowingly using dyed diesel in an on-road vehicle. SOS Xtreme Comfort complies with all federal and state laws, and we can provide bulk on-road diesel delivery services to licensed buyers!

Choose SOS Xtreme Comfort for Premium Wholesale Diesel Fuel Delivery

Since 1934, SOS Xtreme Comfort has been operating on the same basic principle: “Hard work, attention to detail, fair market price, and the understanding that your name is more important than profit for a short-term gain.” Since then, we’ve grown to be one of the largest commercial diesel suppliers in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

When you choose SOS Xtreme Comfort for diesel fuel, you get individual attention and the service you deserve. For diesel delivery for your commercial business, call our Pennsylvania number at (570) 618-8055, our Tuxedo Park, NY office at (845) 351-4700, or our Franklin, NJ office at (973) 827-8179.

Automatic Delivery with “My Account” Purchase History

Not only will your Xtreme Diesel shipments be automatically scheduled so you never run out of fuel – you can also easily access your account online to monitor delivery dates, amounts, and payments. Delivery invoices will also include that day’s fuel prices for additional convenience.

Automatic Day-Before Delivery Price Email

As a no-surprises, transparency service to our Xtreme Diesel customers, SOS Xtreme Comfort will automatically send you the price of the fuel the night before the next day’s delivery. The actual fuel delivery ticket is also priced out, whereas most of our competitors might not send you a priced-out invoice until a week or more after your delivery. That is just one example of the SOS difference!

Fuel your fleet with premium SOS Xtreme Comfort—and enjoy our many associated services that will help ensure that your fleet (and your business) keeps running smoothly for many years to come!

Contact SOS Xtreme Comfort today to learn more or to sign up for commercial diesel delivery service in New York ((845) 351-4700), New Jersey ((973) 827-8179), and Pennsylvania ((570) 618-8055)!

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FAQ About Diesel Fuel

What is Diesel Fuel?

Diesel is a mixture of hydrocarbon molecules from petroleum crude oil. Diesel fuel can sometimes be a catch-all phrase for different oils and fuels, but most people talk about diesel for combustion engines or heating systems.

What Causes Issues with Fuel Injectors and Fuel Pumps in Diesel Equipment?

Your typical diesel equipment can be clogged up with dirt, water, and debris in the air. The good news is that it is all easily fixed! Make sure that your filters are right for the kind of work you do with the equipment and it will help keep the unwanted stuff out of the equipment and extend the life of it.

How Long Can You Store Diesel Fuel?

That depends on how you store it. The diesel tank should be in a cooler, underground area to maximize the life of the fuel. Diesel reacts to heat and oxygen and can start to get gummy if left in a suboptimal area (above ground). Most diesel fuels last about six months above ground. If you need to store it longer than that, you will need a quality, underground tank for it.

Why Is Smoke Coming Out of My Diesel Engine?

Smoke is going to come out of a diesel engine no matter what because the smoke is a product of incomplete combustion. However, you should keep an eye on the color of the smoke! White smoke is fine; black smoke means a fuel injector might be getting a little clogged or from over-fueling; grey/blue smoke means you better get your engine to the shop because something is mechanically damaged.

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