On the subject of heating oil - sort of "good news" and "bad news" in New York. Bad news is - NY got rid of the old fashioned heating oil a year early. No longer available where I live as of last week. Now it's low-sulfur and the price jumped 30 cents a gallon.
The "good news" is nobody can get arrested anymore for running heating oil in a farm tractor. It is now - at least by sulfur content and dye, legal again.
Our oil burner never runs unless we go away somewhere and use it as backup. We haven't gone anyway in 10 years (in the winter).
Diesel police have been around my town, entering private property and dipping fuel tanks. Local saw mill owner got busted running high sulfur old-fashioned heating oil in his Detroit Diesel.
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