The misfuelling prevention device

Motorists wish for cheaper petrol and diesel

The price of fuel – petrol and diesel – at the pumps continues to make headlines. Drivers who responded to a survey by Post Office Car Insurance said that if they could have a wish come true it would be a drop in fuel tax.

2,414 motorists took part in the survey and almost half claimed they have reduced the number of car journeys they make. Around a third of respondents said they had rationed their fuel – diesel and petrol – expenditure and changed their driving habits in a bid to save fuel. Visit http://www.carmony.co.uk/en/news/article/drivers-cutting-back-on-car-journeys_2654 or http://www.google.com/hostednews/ukpress/article/ALeqM5j8_5daEKQi7I5buxNr8rDsCBJRxg?docId=N0071981336864791748A for more information.

What about cost of petrol in diesel?

Quentin Willson

Quentin Willson

Motorists may feel they have little ability to influence the thinking of the Treasury in terms of the level of fuel duty but there are organisations, such as that involving Quentin Willson, working away in the hope of persuading the Government to review fuel taxation. Drivers of diesel vehicles can, however, take steps to ensure that they do not misfuel – pump petrol in diesel vehicle – by purchasing and fitting a misfuelling prevention device.

Misfuelling prevention device - no petrol in diesel

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device.

Quentin Willson reviewed the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device and reported that it was the best engineered device of its kind that he had seen. Other motoring pundits have reviewed the gadget and agreed. Why not visit https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/misfuel-prevention-device-store/fitting-guide/diesel-head-fits/ and verify that your diesel car or van is a match for the Diesel Head and then purchase the device so as to be sure that you never waste money pumping petrol in diesel vehicle again?

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