In everyday life, mistakes are inevitable. Maintaining and owning a car can involve many mistakes. But every error has repercussions. If a mistake is minor enough, such as choosing the incorrect route to your destination, it may only result in a small increase in fuel consumption. On the other hand, some errors could be more serious, like fuelling your car with the incorrect kind of fuel. Let’s have a look broadly at wrongly filling up fuel inside a car and what could be the consequence of such a mistake. Commonly, most vehicles run on only two types of fuel: either petrol or diesel. Therefore, it is possible that anyone can goof up when these types of fuel are available under the same premise. However, two possibilities might be likely when there is an instance of wrongly filling up a car’s tank. 1. Filling diesel into a petrol car Though the diesel dispenser usually has a larger nozzle as compared to the petrol dispenser, these large nozzles do not fit into the smaller necked gasoline tanks. However, it is possible to make a mistake and fill the vehicle with the wrong type of fuel. It happens when someone does not have […] read more