Fuel Recovery Success!

14 Sep 2016 | Exhibitions, Fuel Recovery

AutoDrain would like to thank everyone who came to see us at the Tow Show 2016 at the International Centre in Telford.  It was a fantastic event and we were so pleased to see so many familiar faces come to our stand, we love  getting the chance to speak to you all in person and provide you with any industry and fuel removal advice that you may need.

If you happened to miss us at the Tow Show you can always contact us on 0113 205 9332 or email info@autodrain.net – we are always happy to help.

With more exhibitions coming up this October and November there will still be plenty chances to see our equipment first hand and still take advantage of some great  show offers available.

 

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“We are not naming the driver,” a police spokeswoman told reporters,”but we can tell you that she is 55 years old. She filled her VW diesel car with petrol, and only realised her mistake after she had finished. She asked for advice in the garage , and was told that she would need professional help to remove the fuel.
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