The misfuelling prevention device

Avoid misfuelling even if new fuel makes motors mean and green

Grab the wrong nozzle and pump petrol in diesel tank

Don’t pump petrol in diesel vehicle’s tank.

The cost of fuel has led many motorists to change their driving habits in a bid to make their fuel take them further. Other drives, sadly, have simply reduced the number of trips they make, leaving their cars parked up.

Furthermore, some vehicle owners have considered hybrids as an option to not only enhance fuel economy but also to support their environmental credentials.

News of a new, more green fuel may be of interest to them  Motorists may form diverging opinions about the new fuel depending on how much weight they attribute to factors including cost, performance and environmental benefit.  Whatever position they arrive at, the new fuel looks likely to be arriving at a fuel station near them in the not too distant future, where it will replace the existing unleaded fuel.

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device solves issue of petrol in diesel tank

The Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device

Drivers of diesel vehicles, however, should avoid being distracted by this new fuel regardless of how interesting they may find it or face the prospect of misfuelling by pumping petrol in diesel vehicles’ tanks.

Distraction tends to be the catalyst behind the incidence of misfuelling so, rather than face what may prove to be a pretty large bill, motorists could consider simply purchasing and fitting a misfuelling prevention device