You really have to consider the year, make, and model of truck in this discussion...
I will give you my experience... My 05 cummins.. was very fuel picky... Ran fine and had good power, but some fuels would make her really rattle bad (injector rattle I would guess). I ran 2x dose of power service in that truck every tank (white in winter, grey in summer) and that certainly helped. I ran across a diesel pump in South Haven, MI last summer that had 2 grades of diesel... I used the high octane one and the truck ran like a raped ape!.. I have never again been able to find that blend.
Now, my '14... I have run some white bottle power service thru it for anti-gel in the winter, and I have put the grey bottle in every 5 or 10 tanks... I notice no difference in this truck with where I get fuel or whether I have any additive in it or not.
I think the main difference is 1 truck was designed for ULSD and one was not. If your truck was built before 2007, I believe some kind of lubricity supplement should be used. After that, I don't think there is alot of benefit.
Edit... Illinois by law has to have atleast some bio in all the diesel sold on road... while I like bio in my farm tractors, they seem to run fine on it, I do notice a little mileage hit... Although, bio diesel is great for fuel lubricity, so it will help in them older trucks running this dry fuel.
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