PETROL INTO DIESEL VEHICLE? or DIESEL INTO PETROL VEHICLE?
We use the latest state of the art equipment and our specialists will safely drain, flush and refuel your vehicle on site where motorists have mistakenly put the wrong fuel into their tanks whether petrol into a diesel vehicle or diesel into a petrol vehicle.
Wrongfuel.ie's service is provided 24 x 7. We are located on the Dublin/Meath border and will travel to all areas within a 80 mile distance. All other areas will be accommodated by us, but could be subject to an additional charge for travelling. We try and be with most motorists within 60 minutes.
There have been quite a few news articles in car magazines and newspapers over the last few years with incidents of petrol in diesel and diesel in petrol tanks. For normal motorists this is an easy mistake to make and accidents happen, but you might still feel a bit of a fool. However while browsing the OK magazine website, an article popped up that detailed how police officers in North Wales managed to pump petrol in to the diesel tank of 26 patrol cars! If police officers who are almost full time motorists can make this mistake there is no reason to feel a fool.
Call us and we will get you back on the road for just 200euro (Plus VAT).
Set up in 2011. WrongFuel.ie first started off servicing the counties of Meath and Dublin. We have now expanded. Call Us Now if you need help. We are based on the border of Dublin and Meath.
DID YOU KNOW - 10% of Irish Motorists accidentally make the mistake of putting the wrong fuel into their vehicles. Statistics show that normally this is 75% male, 25% female. The AA, have estimated that at least 150,000 UK drivers put the wrong fuel in their car each year – one every three and a half minutes! CALL US NOW ON - 01 8258899. WE COME TO YOU.
In most cases, A fuel drain will be required. We offer a speedy, cost-effective solution for the customer, minimising the impact on the environment. Our Standard Call Out Charge is 200euro(Plus VAT). We Accept Credit Cards.
"We're not sure we will get featured in OK magazine but if Wayne Rooney visits Ireland at the end of the season and pumps petrol into Coleen's Diesel powered Range Rover again we could save him a couple of euro."