A repair shop in California that specializes in repairing diesel engines has spent nearly $4 million on repairs since 2014, when the country was hit by a series of droughts, floods and wildfires.
The work is part of a larger industry that has seen the cost of repairs rise by nearly 30% in the past decade.
The company, Diesel Engine Repair, is based in Oakland, California, and has been in business since 2009.
The repair shop has an extensive fleet of diesel engines.
Diesel Engine Repair estimates its annual revenue has grown from $2.5 million in 2013 to more than $3 million in 2018.
That’s due to a large number of customers who have been calling in their problems to the repair shop.
The company also has a strong online presence, including a mobile app and social media.
Drydenys owner, David G. Zorbal, said he had to make a decision to close the business when he couldn’t find enough people to fill his inventory.
He said he didn’t want to shut down the business because it was doing good business.
Dirty diesel engines can cause a diesel vehicle to be out of service for months or even years.
But the damage is far less than it could be, experts say.
The engines are more prone to wear and tear and damage than older models, so they need to be serviced periodically, and the maintenance costs are much lower.