Fuel Drain Blaina South Wales
Have you ever had detention? Staying behind after school is just the worst. Well, imagine that feeling if you’re a teacher! One of our customers yesterday felt like she had given herself detention when she had to call us out for a fuel drain Blaina for her Audi A1.
After a lunchtime visit to the petrol station, she hadn’t realised that after a momentary lapse of concentration she had filled her Audi A1 with petrol instead of diesel. It was a new car and so she was used to filling her car with petrol.
When her car wouldn’t start at the end of school, she looked at her receipt and quickly realised what had happened. She gave us a ring at Help Wrong Fuel on 0333 666 8685 and we were with her within 45 minutes. We are fully approved to drain fuel at the roadside, fuel stations, at your home or place of work. So we were able to help her right there in the car park of the school in Blaina. Help Wrong Fuel are the most recommended fuel drain company in South Wales. So for your Fuel Drain Blaina or anywhere else in South Wales, just give us a call!
We are part of Swansea Tyre, Clutch & MOT Centre, based in Swansea with patrols all over South Wales and can pretty much get to anywhere in South Wales within 40-60 minutes. Being part of Swansea Tyre, Clutch & MOT Centre means that we are part of a larger organisation and benefit from being part of an AA Approved (with a certificate of excellence) and RAC Approved Workshop.
We cover all of South Wales and have an average ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) of around 40 minutes (depending on the traffic and the time of day).
If you are unfortunate enough to misfuel your vehicle in Blaina or anywhere else in South Wales then give the professionals a call on 0333 666 8685 (Mobile Friendly) and we will be with you in roughly 40 minutes.
As for our teacher, we were able to send her on her journey back home extremely grateful and relieved having drained her Audi A1 within 15 minutes. And of course she promised that she to would write some lines for us as homework. ‘I WILL NOT PUT THE WRONG FUEL IN MY CAR AGAIN!’