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Murdoch

I must confess I only heard about this about a week ago

 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/e10-petrol-explained

 

Any thoughts?

 

I have a diesel van and the misses and son both have 5 year old petrol cars so they should be OK

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Sharpend

I wonder if the ‘premium’ e5 fuel will become cheaper otherwise it penalises the less well off? 
fortunately my wife has a quality vehicle albeit older as she doesn’t want to change it which will accept the new fuel without issue.  
my vans a diesel so another year or two and that’ll be banned!! 

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binky

this is not very new, the reason supernarket petrol is cheap is becuase it's watered down with alcohol. Happened in WW2 as well. 

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roys

My car will be alright with the E10 apparently, but I will buy the premium E5 for my chainsaw, I already put a fuel stabiliser in it.

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NozSpark

It's not compatible with our car,,,, but then again that's not surprising, given that it's an EV 🤣

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Murdoch
43 minutes ago, NozSpark said:

It's not compatible with our car,,,, but then again that's not surprising, given that it's an EV 🤣

 

Unless you want to set fire to it

 

🙂

 

 

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NozSpark
On 16/07/2021 at 17:16, Murdoch said:

 

Unless you want to set fire to it

 

🙂

 

 

🤣🤣

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