The misfuelling prevention device

Misfuelling or missing fuel can be costly

Misfuelling – pumping petrol in diesel tank – can be costly, from having the fuel tank drained of the wrong fuel and then filling up with diesel to having engine damage repaired and hiring a car in the interim. A fuel station has allegedly misfuelled or, more accurately, missed fuel or mis-counted almost 5,500 gallons of fuel, visit for the fuel story.

No fear of petrol in diesel tank

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device stops motorist pumping petrol in diesel tank

Any motorist hoping to avoid the pitfall of pumping petrol in diesel tank should consider investing in a misfuel prevention device, such as the Diesel Head which is engineered from cast metal and fitted to a vehicle’s fuel inlet pipe by either three grub screws or three hexagonal bolts if the motor is a Mercedes Benz.