The misfuelling prevention device

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More mums and dads are buying cars for their children than in the 1960s according to the findings of an insurance company’s survey.  And more first cars are new rather than second hand.  Around 80% of car owners bought their own first vehicles in the sixties whereas something like 33% expect their parents or other relatives to fund their cars today, 26% of which will be new compared to 8% five decades ago. See;_ylt=AwrIBTWwNT5QBmYADATEh8EB;_ylu=X3oDMTRkaHVya3E3BG1pdANMaXN0IG1vZHVsZSBvbiBuZXdzIHBhZ2UEcGtnAzc1Njc4ZmY2LTg1MmMtMzVlZC05Nzc0LTM1ZWI0NzhmYmNlYgRwb3MDNARzZWMDTWVkaWFTdG9yeUxpc3RMUFRlbXAEdmVyAzY4MDliM2MwLWYxOGItMTFlMS1iZmVmLTI2NGUzODg1Yzc2MQ–;_ylg=X3oDMTF2aXJnbWg1BGludGwDZ2IEbGFuZwNlbi1nYgRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdANuZXdzfG5ld3NhcnRpY2xlcwRwdANzZWN0aW9ucw–;_ylv=3 for more niformation.

Misfuelling prevention device - no petrol in diesel

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device

Car-buying habits have changed over the last 50 years and, today, diesel models are as popular as petrol, with many families having one of each.

This, of course, increases the risk of a motorist mistakenly pumping petrol in a diesel car, known as a misfuel.

The solution to avoiding a misfuel is to fit a misfuelling prevention device. Visit see if your vehicle is among the many that the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device fits. If so, make the purchase and you can cross off your shopping list the need to have the petrol in a diesel car flushed from the tank.