Online emissions checker to launch in autumn

A new initiative to clear the “smoke and mirrors” surrounding vehicle emissions has been launched by the Mayor of London. Sadiq Kahn says an online ‘cleaner car checker’ will help restore new car buyers’ faith in major manufacturers, helping them to make more informed choices. A website, set to ...

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Supermarkets At War Over Fuel Prices

Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury’s have followed Tesco in cutting fuel by 2p per litre in a fresh supermarket petrol price war. Around 2p per litre has been shaved off the wholesale price of fuel in the last week due to the falling price of oil and a boost in the value of the pound against […]

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Petrol Consumption Falls To A Record Low In January As Fuel Prices Rise

  UK petrol consumption dropped to its lowest on record in January, according to figures released by HM Revenues and Customs today. UK drivers used a total of 1.35bn litres of petrol, down one per cent from the same month last year and 12.7 per cent down on five years ago. Diesel ...

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Consultation To Be Held By Government About Red Diesel!!

The Government have announced that they are seeking evidence to support the use of red diesel in their Spring Budget. The Chancellor Phillip Hammond said that the consultation will be focused on understanding how it is currently used and which industries use rebated gas oil the most. It is ...

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How To Spot Fuel Contamination?

Fuel contamination may occur for a variety of different reasons. The main things which contaminate the fuels are water contamination, micro-bacterial growth and other solvents being mixed in with the fuel. In the early stages, water damage presents itself as molecules in the air, which you ...

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Changes To Fuel Cleanliness Standards!!

In response to issues about fuel cleanliness, the British Standards Institute have now released an updated version of their BS 5410 code of practice. This covers the use of oil in generators, tanks, and boilers used for space heating, hot water, and steam generation. Changes have been made ...

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The best and worst cars for fuel economy- You could save yourself £836 a year

If you’re considering buying a car, it’s more important than ever that you know how much it’s going to cost you to run – especially if it’s for frequent use. Car owners are today having to shell out £9.53 more to fill up an average family hatchback compared to 12-months ago, diesel ...

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