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Put the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter? Don’t panic! We’re here to help.

If you have just put the wrong fuel in your car whilst in Exeter then don”t worry as Wrong Fuel UK are here to help, we will have you up and running again quickly.

Have you just put the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter?

If you have unfortunately just put the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter, then please follow these four simple steps:

Step 1: Don’t worry. Wrong Fuel UK are here to help you.

Step 2: If you have started the engine and driven then please stop and turn the engine off to prevent damage.

Step 3: Call Wrong Fuel on 0800 999 3835. You will speak with one of our expert technicians who can advise you what you need to do.

Step 4: Relax and wait. Our fully trained, insured and experienced technicians will be with you quickly to drain, flush and refuel your vehicle wherever you are, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Have you just noticed that you put the Wrong Fuel in your car?

If you have put the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter a while ago and you have driven home or broken down. Don’t panic, our trained team of technicians will still be able to help you, we can drain, flush and refuel your fuel vehicle at your home or on the side of the road.

Just call us on 0800 999 3835.

If you need assistance due to misfuelling please fill out the form below or call 0800 999 3835 or 0333 900 3835!


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What happens if you put petrol in my diesel car in Exeter?

Putting petrol into a diesel car by mistake is the most common form of misfuelling. It’s quite easy to do because petrol nozzles are smaller than the diesel nozzle and they easily fit into a diesel vehicle’s filler neck. As well as being the most common misfuelling mistake, it can also be the most serious.

Diesel fuel acts as a lubricant and helps the fuel pump in your car perform as it should. When you accidentally put petrol to a diesel tank this makes it act more like a solvent and prevents the diesel from lubricating the system, the more the fuel is pumped around the system the more damage it can do. It is essential that you stop your car and turn off the engine as soon as you realise you put the wrong fuel in your in Exeter. Failure to do so and get expert help from ourselves and it could lead to engine damage.

What happens if you put diesel in a petrol car?

Mistakenly putting diesel into a petrol car is much less common than mistakenly putting petrol into a diesel car. This is because the nozzles for petrol and diesel pumps at petrol stations are different sizes. The diesel nozzle is physically larger than the petrol filler neck on most cars which means this type of misfuelling is much less common than putting petrol in a diesel vehicle. Whilst the potential damage to your engine isn’t as bad as putting petrol in a diesel car, misfuelling a petrol car with diesel can cause serious damage to your car so call Wrong Fuel as soon as you realise.

5 simple steps to prevent misfuelling

The best way to avoid putting the wrong fuel in your vehicle in Exeter is to double check the writing on the pump and not rely on the colour of the handle or hose. We understand that it can easily be done, especially if you are distracted or drive several different cars and use lots of different fuel stations. Take a look at these Five simple steps to prevent putting the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter:

Tip 1: Never rely on the colour of the handle or the hose at the petrol station. Double check the label on the pump itself and on the handle to make sure it is the correct fuel for your vehicle.

Tip 2: If you have purchased a new car that is a different fuel type from your previous car’s, think about leaving some little reminders for yourself in and around your car. So if you have a button to open your fuel cap, you could stick a little note. You may even want to put a note on the inside of your fuel filler flap too.

Tip 3: When using a fuel station, try to keep your concentration whilst at the pump. By not letting your mind wandering off will prevent you from putting the wrong fuel in your car.

Tip 4: Try not to refuel on the run and when you are in a hurry. The more rushed or stressed you are when refuelling then there's more chance that you could put the wrong fuel in your tank.

Tip 5: If you own a diesel car and have misfuelled before or simply want to prevent yourself from ever doing it, there are devices that you can buy to fit to your car to prevent you from putting petrol in a diesel car.

Choose Wrong Fuel UK

Putting the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter does not need to be a disaster. Here at Wrong Fuel UK, we specialise in the safe removal and storage of the wrong fuel from all makes and models of vehicles. Our teem of expert technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Wherever you are and whatever time of day, we can dispatch a fuel technician to be with you quickly to drain, flush and refuel your car to get you back on the road.

You can rest assured that you are in the hands of experts with Wrong Fuel UK, with every one of our technicians highly trained, qualified and experienced in working with all makes and models of vehicles. From simple and straightforward engines to more advanced ones such as those with high pressure diesel injection systems, they will have you up and running and onward to your destination in no time.

If you’ve put the wrong fuel in your car in Exeter (or think you have) then call Wrong Fuel UK now on 0800 999 3835 or 0333 900 3835 (inclusive with mobile minutes).

Customer Feedback

"Thanks for a very rapid and friendly response when I called you on Monday after having put the Wrong Fuel in my car in Plymouth. Your service was faster and cheaper than my recovery company!" - Gary Harbach

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