Wrong Fuel? Petrol in Diesel? From £120.00 St. Abbs, Scottish Borders
Have You Put Petrol in a Diesel or Diesel in a Petrol Car by Mistake?
In St. Abbs And Mistakenly Filled Up With The Wrong Fuel And Need Recovery?
Call one of our friendly advisors now on 0333 344 1908
- Should you have put petrol in a diesel, or diesel in a petrol then please ensure that the engine is not running and call one of our advisors.
- If you have driven the vehicle, don’t worry! We’ll get you on the road again
- If possible, just pull over where it’s safe and call us. Most of the time there will not be any damage to your vehicle but it will require a fuel drain.
If you’re stuck with the Wrong Fuel in St. Abbs call us now!
Our Fully Licensed Technicians are locally based in St. Abbs, Scottish Borders and can be with you within 30 minutes.
Our technicians are fully licensed and fully insured for you peace of mind. Along with our 10 years experience in draining fuel from every make and model of car you can be sure that you will be on your way again with the minimum of hassle.
What people say about our Fuel Drainage Service in St. Abbs, Scottish Borders
You’ve mistakenly with the wrong fuel in a hurry to get somewhere? Put diesel in a petrol? No problem for Wrong Fuel Help
A new car is most peoples dream so we understand how it feels if you break down unexpectedly. Our fuel technicians are only a few minutes away and we have the best team of helpful advisers to assist you in your hour of need. Mrs Baker was helped out by one of our technicians when she had put diesel in the petrol car by mistake in a hurry to collect her dog from the kennels. In a panic she searched the web on her phone and found out about Wrong Fuel Help. “Great stuff, got me out of a certain pinch. I was anxious to get the pet back, he’s a member of the family”. Our technician carried out a fuel drain on the Skoda Superb and the lady was on her way again. No problem here at Wrong Fuel Help our phones are available every minute of every day should there be an issue with fuel in the St. Abbs area.
In a hurry but don’t worry – Wrong Fuel Help is here in St. Abbs, just in case
A Musician was in a hurry, he was running late, and the concert rehearsal was starting very soon. Our fuel drain technician arrived on the roadside, in St. Abbs, where his Fiesta diesel had pulled up. “What a rather silly thing I’ve done! I didn’t see the difference in the fuel nozzle until it was too late and I’d put over half a tank in. I thought it would be OK but here we are. It won’t go and is making pitiful noises. Can you please take care of it?” Of course! We drained the petrol, which he had mistakenly put in the car, and flushed all the fuel tank and system thoroughly. “I’d better get going but please let me say thank you.” Professionalism is one of our top priorities at Wrong Fuel Help and is why we are fully insured for fuel drain services giving you complete piece of mind.
Put the wrong fuel in? call Dad he’s bound to know about Wrong Fuel Help.
Our technician was there in a flash to help a group of ladies on the way to the theatre. They were in a Citroen DS3 hurtling down the High Street in St. Abbs, desperate to make the theatre in time. It was all they needed to see the red light come on! In a rush they pulled over and accidentally picked up the diesel nozzle instead of the unleaded and managed to pour in £30’s worth of the wrong fuel. They instantly knew what they had done and flew into a mega panic thinking they’d miss the theatre. One of the girls quickly made a call to her dad who told her don’t worry we’ll be there soon; “I’ll sort the car whilst your mother takes you lot to the theatre” instructed the dad. Wrong Fuel Help were the first point of call for the caring father, he knew the technician would make a quick fuel drain and the car would be just fine.
If you are wondering what do I do if I’ve put petrol in a diesel car? Then just call a professional Fuel Recovery service, like Wrong Fuel Help.
So if you’re in St. Abbs, Scottish Borders local friendly technicians are always on hand should you have a wrong fuel problem, for example filling up with petrol in a diesel car.