If you find yourself in the situation where you accidentally filled up your diesel car with petrol or the other way around, don’t panic. You can give us a call and we will take care of this frustrating problem for you. We operate fuel draining companies all over Derbyshire and a mobile fuel draining unit can assist you shortly after calling us. With a 99% success rate, we aim to get your car running within the hour after the mobile fuel draining unit arrives at the scene. Furthermore, there won’t be any costly repairs involved as our team carries all the necessary equipment to drain the fuel out of your car.
Fuel draining in Derby: Returning from work, a young office worker decided to stop for a quick refill at the Murco Petrol Station on Traffic Street. Accidentally filling his VW Polo with diesel instead of petrol, the car broke down on Senson Road, where our mobile fuel draining unit came to assistance and got him back on the road within the hour.
Fuel draining in Buxton: After refilling his car with the wrong fuel type, the owner of a BMW 320 found himself stuck on Grin Low. When our team got there, he explained that he filled up his car at the Esso Petrol Station on London Road and got distracted. Fortunately, our team successfully drained the car and got it running again.
Fuel draining in Chesterfield: Stopping to fill up her car at the Tesco Petrol Station on Newbold Road, the owner of a VW Golf mistakenly filled it up with diesel instead of petrol. When the car broke down later on Dunston Road, our mobile fuel draining unit was called and successfully managed to get the car started in less than an hour.
Fuel draining in Matlock: A young office worker was returning home from work when he stopped to fill up his diesel Ford Focus at the Sainsbury’s Petrol Station on Cawdor Way, but using the wrong fuel, his car broke down on Edge Road not long after. Our fuel draining team was at the scene in half an hour and got the car running in less than an hour.
Fuel draining in Belper: The owner of a new Ford Fiesta was stuck on Spencer Road after he filled up with the wrong type of fuel at the Morrisons Petrol Station on Chapel Street. Our team managed to get there in 30 minutes and drain his car completely to get him back on the road shortly after.
Fuel draining in Alfredton: The owner of a Nissan Juke mistakenly filled it up with petrol at the Shell Petrol Station on Alfreton Road and realized this when he found himself stuck on Grange Street, from where we were called. Our mobile fuel draining unit were quick and efficient and the car was running again within the hour.