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Misfuelling – Putting Petrol in a Diesel car is a common problem!

December 11th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Misfuelling has been a common  problem for the Suffolk Police, with over £10,000 worth of repairs bills being caused from putting petrol in a diesel car over the past 5 years. 

“Unfortunately, even police officers and staff are prone to making mistakes such as this and it is down to human error,” said a Suffolk police spokeswoman.
Norfolk Police are also having problems with mis-fuelling when they announced earlier this year that blundering police officers had cost over £30,000 in the last six years by misfuelling. The largest amount was during 2007-08 when the repair bill for repairing vehicles damaged by mis-fuelling topped £8,000.

Diesel Key can save these costly bills that are generated by putting petrol in a diesel car.  This simple to install device replaces the existing filler cap and, once fitted, prevents you from putting  the wrong fuel into your diesel car.

Look at aide automotive ‘s misfuelling website for more information

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