The misfuelling prevention device

Cars have cats & Diesel Heads, but a dog?

We all like stories with happy endings so, when reading a story about a cat being chased under a car by a dog, we worried, especially when the dog failed to emerge from beneath the motor.  The dog, a Bedlington Terrier, was found with his head lodged in the engine bay of the Vauxhall Corsa under which the cat had sought shelter. The local fire brigade was summoned and freed the pooch, who was none the worse for his adventure – a happy ending.

Diesel Head Misfuel device stops motorist error of petrol in diesel vehicle tanks

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device

Not all stories end quite so happily, however, as we know from the motorists’ misfuel misadventures – where they mix up the petrol and diesel nozzles and pump petrol in diesel vehicles’ fuel tanks.  This mishap can be averted by the installation of a misfuelling prevention gadget such as the Diesel Head.  This prevents motorists from filling up with the wrong fuel via means of its aperture denying access to a nozzle unless it is the circumference of a diesel nozzle – petrol nozzles are narrower and so will not activate the Diesel Head’s aperture mechanism.  So drivers of diesel vehicles might want to consider a Diesel Head as one way to help their car trips have happy endings.