Fewer particulate filter problems – which reduces expenses
The engines diesel particulate filter is where particulate matters is captured from the engines exhaust to reduce harmful emissions. When the filter gets full it heats up to burn off the gathered particulate matter. This process decreases fuel efficiency and require maintenance and replacement of the filters.
HVO in particular creates fewer particulates, which means that it will also fill the filter slower and thereby less frequent changes of filters compared to regular fossil diesel (and B100). In addition to this is the particulates coming from HVO also easier to burn off than the particulates from regular diesel.