The misfuelling prevention device

Pay duty per litre of petrol and diesel at the fuel pump or pay per mile?

Will motorists struggling to pay the price per litre of petrol and diesel at the fuel pumps prefer the prospect of a pay-per-mile approach in relation to taxation? It is forecast that within twenty years UK motorists will be driving a total of 637 billion kilometres per annum. Visit http://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/6174 or http://www.newstatesman.com/economics/tax-and-spending/2012/05/ifs-recommends-making-switch-motoring-taxes-road-pricing or http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/motoring/motoring-news/charge-motorists-per-mile-says-ifs-7746788.html for more information.  Whichever may be the preferred option, motorists – like other consumers – don’t like to waste hard-earned funds and certainly do not enjoy the feeling – right or wrong – that they are viewed by the government as a potential cash cow.

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Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device.

This leads us to wonder why some motorists fall victim to the trap of pumping petrol in diesel vehicles’ tanks more than once when purchasing a misfuel prevention device can render misfuelling a thing of the past?  Incidents of misfuelling are somewhere between 150,000 and 300,000 depending on which reports we read but the number of households with two cars – one petrol and one diesel – may well contribute to the figures.  Distractions or not paying full attention when reaching for the fuel line are often the cause of misfuels and it can happen to any motorist.  Visit https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/misfuel-prevention-device-store/fitting-guide/diesel-head-fits/ to see if you have one of the many vehicle models for which the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device is appropriate and put paid to the potential pain of petrol in diesel.

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