I know someone who uses veggie regularly, car runs a treat but smells a bit
funny! Cold mornings can be a struggle, but adding a pint or two of diesel
now and again keeps things runny.
Paying the government? *ahem* yes, paying the government - that can be
done at your local customs and excise office. details can be obtained,
presumably from www.gov.uk.
Things get even cheaper if you can get hold of pre-used oil (and your car
will smell different depending on the restaurant!) rather than new.
In Germany it's called 'biodiesel', in holland 'raapolie'.
It does not stink and is better for the envoironment and also your hands.
No problem if your engine accepts it according to the DIN 51??? standard.
My Audi 1.9tdi had full performance and smelled much better, no sulfic.
Some time ago I did read about it in the newspaper, a company in Germany
makes a little change to the engine, so the veg oil runs better in the
These modifications are somthing like and extra filter and a system to
pre-heat the veg oil, so it gets thinner, so it flows better through the
and injectors. But they were honest about the HDI engines of PSA, these
engines are at the moment too difficult to make the modifications.
Most likely you will smell somthing like fried chips if you are
driving behind a diesel car on veg-oil. I wonder what the smell would be if
you use those wok oils, for making Chinese food?
Olive oil with Garlic extract would smell fantastic :-))
Anyway, due to the loss of tax for the government, it is actually not
If the police or customes catch you, you really have a big problem.
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