The misfuelling prevention device

Save fuel – diesel and petrol – and keep safe by easing up on the accelerator

There is a wealth of advice out there about how to drive and conserve fuel – diesel and petrol.  One of the tips is to not accelerate harshly and make sure you keep your speed down.

A report from the Road Safety Foundation suggests that motorway speed limits should be kept down too. The Foundation supports retaining the limit at 70mph rather than the proposed 80mph which is due to be considered later this year. Visit either or for more information.

Petrol in diesel tank – aka misfuel

Grab the wrong nozzle and pump petrol in diesel tank

Don’t pump petrol in diesel vehicle’s tank.

Harsh acceleration and driving at high speeds are not the only ways to waste fuel and burn money. Filling up with the wrong fuel at the filling station, pumping petrol in diesel tank, known as a misfuel, wastes both money and time.

Money – a recovery team has to be contacted to flush the petrol from the diesel tank and, if the ignition has been started and the vehicle driven, there will be an invoice for repairs to the diesel engine. Then there will be the cost of the new replacement fuel, the diesel.  Waste money on petrol in diesel tank

Time – the motorist will need to wait for the recovery team to turn up and then flush the diesel tank. If the car has been driven there will be the time needed to perform any repairs, during which the motorist may be off the road, and then the time to head back to the fuel station to fill up with diesel.

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device solves issue of petrol in diesel tank

The Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device

Diesel motor owners, drivers or hirers could avoid all this hassle by simply fitting a misfuelling prevention gadget, such as the Diesel Head, which eliminates the possibility of pumping petrol in diesel tank.  Visit for information.