Fuel expert can help you if you mistakenly filled your diesel car with petrol or the other way around. A mobile fuel draining unit based in Cardiff can assist you in less than 30 minutes with this problem.
Putting the wrong fuel in your car can cause you a lot of headaches, but we can help you and get your car running again in less than one hour most of the times. There aren’t any expensive repairs involved and our mobile draining unit has all the equipment needed to drain the wrong fuel out of your car. With a 99% success rate we can help you get back on the road in the shortest amount of time possible with no hassle.
Recent work done, removing the wrong fuel from a car in Cardiff include:
Fuel drain in Gabalfa: An old couple with a new Volkswagen Golf mistakenly put petrol in their diesel car at the Tesco petrol station on Excelsior Road and after a few miles their car broke down on Clare Road. They called us from there and we managed to get the car running again in less than 60 minutes.
Fuel drain in Grangetown: Early one morning, a young construction worker filled his diesel Ford Focus with the wrong type of fuel (petrol) at the Texaco petrol station on Penarth Road. His car broke down shortly on Fairoak Road, from where he called us. We arrived at the scene in less than 30 minutes and he had his car running in less than one hour.
Fuel drain in Roath: Late in the evening, a woman returning home from work filled up her car, a new diesel Vauxhall Astra, with petrol from a Sainsbury’s petrol station on Colchester Avenue. She managed to get to Cathedral Road when her car broke down and called us for assistance. We arrived at the scene in half an hour and within an hour, their car was drained and running again.
Fuel drain in Llanishen: A young couple driving home in their new Volkswagen Polo filled up their car with the wrong type of fuel at the Morrison’s petrol station on Ty-Glas Road. Their car stopped working on Hearthwood Road. They called us and we were able to assist them in less than 25 minutes and get their car working in under an hour.
Fuel drain in Culverhouse Cross: We assisted young man driving home from work who put petrol in his diesel Ford Fiesta at the Tesco petrol station on the A48. We arrived in less than half an hour on Green Farm Road, where his car broke down and managed to get him back on the road in less than an hour.
Fuel drain in St Mellons: An older gentleman mistakenly filled his new BMW 120d with petrol at the Tesco petrol station on Crickhowell Road and not long after, his car broke down on Burnham Avenue. After arriving at the scene in less than 30 minutes, we managed to get his car running in less than 1 hour.
Going as far as Bristol and beyond we cover the whole of south wales