The misfuelling prevention device

Driving test survey doesn’t fuel nightmares for 76%

“When I tap the dashboard I’d like you to perform an emergency stop.” One of the phrases that remain with people years after taking their driving test.  Another favourite is: “I’d now like you to perform a three-point turn”.

A survey of motorists by a road safety and breakdown organisation recently found that 76% of respondents believed they would pass their driving test again.  This number reduced to 50% when asked about the theory test and more than halved when they were asked about the Highway Code.

Visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/road-safety/9477114/Would-you-pass-the-driving-test-again.html for more on this story. Hope it doesn’t fuel nightmares about your driving test and examiner.

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

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device

Some of us have what are known as recurring nightmares. This may apply to those motorists who, sadly, experience the nightmare of misfuelling – pumping petrol in diesel car’s fuel tank – more than once.  It is estimated that somewhere between 150,000 and 300,000 misfuel incidents occur annually, incurring not insubstantial costs so maybe the simplest solution if you own, drive or hire a diesel vehicle is to purchase and fit a misfuel prevention device.

 

 

 

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