The misfuelling prevention device

I remember a tiger in the tank but not a bunny under the bonnet

I hope I am not alone in recalling the advertising slogan about having a tiger in the tank, be it petrol or diesel fuel.  However, in this instance a rabbit, usually fuelled by carrots and lettuces, decided that the best way to hop it would be via a mode of petrol or diesel powered transport .  The bunny bounded under a bonnet but … don’t worry, this tale does not turn out to be as “hare”-raising at it might. Visit  http://www.rac.co.uk/news-advice/motoring-news/post/2012/7/rabbit-bids-to-burrow-drivers-car/ for more.

The only way the tortoise would have stood a chance was if the driver had misfuelled – pumped the wrong fuel into the petrol or diesel tank. Having said that, two points come to mind – first, it was a hare not a rabbit that raced the tortoise and second, we believe it is only possible to pump petrol into a diesel car not diesel into a petrol car http:https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/the-great-misfuel-or-misfuelling-debate///dieselhead.co.uk/the-great-misfuel-or-misfuelling-debate/ because of the diameter of the fuel nozzle.

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