The misfuelling prevention device

Scottish police misfuels – petrol in diesel vehicles – drive the misfuelling bill to over £60K

Scottish police forces’ bill for misfuelling totals more than £60,000 since 2007, including draining and repairs.  Misfuel instances involved pumping petrol in diesel vehicles. Visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-south-scotland-18051953 to read more.

Petrol in diesel fleet

Police and blue light services specify Diesel Head to stop petrol in diesel vehicle fleetA number of police forces around the British Isles are considering or have already fitted misfuel prevention devices to enusre that officers no longer pump petrol in diesel vehicle fleet.  Not only does a misfuel cost money it also disrupts the officer’s journey and time is valuable.

Misfuelling prevention device - no petrol in diesel

Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device.

Fitting the Diesel Head Misfuelling Prevention Device takes mere minutes and can save hours and funds.  It should therefore be no surprise that a number of members of the blue light services have already specified the Diesel Head to keep them on the road.

Designed and engineered by British inventor Lee Steadman, the gadget is robust – made from cast metal – and effective, being a truly “fit and forget” solution to the problem of pumping petrol in a diesel vehicle.  Visit   https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/the-great-misfuel-or-misfuelling-debate/ to find out more about the misfuelling issue.

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