The misfuelling prevention device

Quiet in the back – you’re fuelling accident rates

Almost 25% of drivers who took part in a Confused.com survey have been distracted by back-seat drivers and consequently been involved in accidents. Apparently, partners are awful back-seat drivers as are parents who insist on offering helpful tips and people who drive for a living, e.g. bus drivers.

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Gadget stops petrol in diesel car

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device

Distractions are, of course, the main driver behind many misfuels, where motorists at the fuel station pump petrol in diesel car, thereby misfuelling.  The potential for a misfuel can be eliminated by fitting a Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device that is designed and engineered to only allow a fuel nozzle of a diesel diameter to activate its aperture and access the diesel tank.

Visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/confusedcom-reveals-cost-of-back-seat-driver-distractions-2012-05-29 for more information about the interesting survey.

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