The misfuelling prevention device

Fuel prices fall but the summer’s outlook for motorists is not sunny

The average price of a litre of diesel has fallen from a high of 147.93p a litre earlier this year to 138.10p a litre, while petrol costs an average of 132.65p a litre. According to a highly-respected motoring organisation, there may be further falls reflecting reductions in wholesale fuel prices. The increase in duty planned for August by the government, however, will pump up the pressure on motorists’ pockets. Visit http://www.supermarket.co.uk/news/2012/Jun/petrol-prices-to-continue-falling-for-uk-motorists-95656709.html for more on the outlook for motorists.

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Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device

Drivers of diesel vehicles could help to avoid wasting funds by avoiding misfuelling – pumping petrol in diesel tank by mistake. This happens about 150,000 times a year according to some sources and could well arise from the driver being distracted, with lots on his or her mind.  Fitting a misfuel prevention device https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/misfuel-prevention-device-store/ can remove the risk of petrol in diesel and enable the motorist to focus upon driving.

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