The misfuelling prevention device

Numbers charged with driving when fuelled with alcohol fall

Levels of drink-driving in Scotland have dropped in the last five years by 33%, as measured in terms of the fall in numbers charged with the offence. 5,348 motorists were charged in 2010/11 while the number was 8,071 in 2006/07. The news that the numbers charged with driving when fuelled with alcohol were down has been welcomed, although questions have been asked relating to impact of severe weather. Visit for more information.

Misfuelling prevention device - no petrol in diesel

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device.

Not sure that number of drivers who misfuel – pump petrol in diesel – has fallen as figures quoted still seem to be around the 150,000 mark.  Motorists, however, can help this level to fall by fitting their diesel vehicles with a misfuelling prevention device, such as the Diesel Head

Designed and engineered to stop incidents of petrol in diesel, the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device has a mechanism that can only be activated by a diesel fuel pump nozzle.