I am sharing a horrible experience with you, here. Last weekend my friend took my car for a trip, I was not willing to give my car to him but with his lots of request I agreed but when he returned my car after two days. My car is showing strange signs to me especially the engine was knocking and high-pitched pinging or rattling noise was making me worried. I had to go to work the next day in my car. I got a very short time to think about, my friend told me to call DR FUEL wrong fuel service, immediately. They reached my place in half an hour they told me that my friend made the mistake of putting diesel in a patrol car that is why my car facing the high risk of causing serious damage. It’s important for you to act quickly, so you can limit that potential damage. I was mentally revealed that I have done the right decision to call them. It’s a common mistake in the UK.
If you put diesel fuel into a car designed for gasoline, the engine will run rough with low power and lots of smoke, if at all. The good news is that the fuel system can be drained, fresh gasoline put in, and the car will run normally. … So, putting petrol in a diesel is much worse than diesel in a patrol car.
Thank God they drained the engine and brought it into a working condition. After using their services, I have a strong belief that they know what they are doing and I would like to use their service again because I know my vehicle is in protective hands.