Which probably means using "Off Road" vehicles on the road for extended distances of over 10 miles is probably illegal then?Red diesel is a fuel used to run 'off road' vehicles, particularly tractors and other agricultural vehicles...................it attracts around 40% less fuel duty
Ha, I just "red" the very same thing from Rix. Didn't know tractors can only go 1.5km on the road. I bet they go further and use red.Red diesel is a fuel used to run 'off road' vehicles, particularly tractors and other agricultural vehicles. Although it is essentially the same as standard road diesel – known as white diesel – it attracts around 40% less fuel duty, meaning it is significantly cheaper to buy.4 May 2018
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It funny you should say that. Years ago I used to have my own truck business, years before all of us had heard about DPF. We bought this truck that had two fuel tanks and the small one had a small leak so had it taken off to get repaired. The fuel that came out of it was a blue / purple in colour so my guess the previous owner had been running red diesel in that tank possibly mixed with who knows what.What colour does it change to if you use AdBlue (no in a Kuga obviously)? Purple diesel?