Carplan 5 litre fuel can only £2 instore at Asda. - HotUKDeals
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Great price. Supplied with easy grip cap and spout for easy filling. Silver only at Strabane branch..
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#1
Doesn't matter but why cold?
#2
No idea. Its a great thing to have in your car.

I remember getting caught without one in the middle of nowhere. I could buy petrol, but had **** all to carry it in >_>
#3
That's a dark silver in your pic!

Only kidding, voted hot, not too hot though, don't want it exploding!
#4
Voted hot as you probably can't buy cheaper.

I think these are £2.18 in Tesco, if you can't get to an asda, and want one:thumbsup:
#5
Stone cold for me - who the hell can afford to fill it nowadays.......!
suspended#6
Gotta be hot at this price.
#7
I wasn't going to bother until I saw silver. That swung it for me.

Heat.
#8
I remember when these used to be £7.99 or something daft like that at fuel stations.

Can also confirm tesco are more or less the same price too and you can get them in tesco fuel stations for same price as instore.

Hot.
#9
fuel included?
#10
The plastic cans are garbage - they always leak at the seal.

Pay extra and buy a proper jerry can and spout.
#11
Nellster
fuel included?


Wishful thinking :D
#12
Good price for these but I'm confused. I've been driving for over ten years and probably been 200k miles and never run out of fuel. I can't really see how you could, perhaps I am just lucky.
#13
*cobra*;5552998
The plastic cans are garbage - they always leak at the seal.

Pay extra and buy a proper jerry can and spout.


That's true, but I'd rather have 2 litres or so in a lightish plastic can to get me out of trouble than a heavy great metal 25 litre thing in the back of my boot. For the rare occasion I'd use it I think it can live with a dribble.
#14
Golaboots888
Good price for these but I'm confused. I've been driving for over ten years and probably been 200k miles and never run out of fuel. I can't really see how you could, perhaps I am just lucky.


Just depends where you happen to live & some classic cars don't have gauges!
#15
Golaboots888
Good price for these but I'm confused. I've been driving for over ten years and probably been 200k miles and never run out of fuel. I can't really see how you could, perhaps I am just lucky.


Lawnmowers, strimmers, chainsaws, garden debris, funeral pyres etc :)
#16
For example very late in this country or others a lot of small towns and thats petrol stations aren't open thats where you could run out.
#17
most modern cars have a low fuel warning light that comes on/starts to flash when your fuel guage needle/indicator is creeping into the red zone. Here's an idea... fill up or get some fuel at that point so that you are not stranded and your car starts chugging and choking from a dry tank. I think this only applies to ppl who put the minimum amount of fuel in their car for example the average 17 year old student running a 10 year old fiesta or sooped up saxo working weekends at tesco's and scrapeing their minimum wage to get p*ssed every friday and saturday night. Or be i'm stereo typing..... hmmm
#18
azzy129
most modern cars have a low fuel warning light that comes on/starts to flash when your fuel guage needle/indicator is creeping into the red zone. Here's an idea... fill up or get some fuel at that point so that you are not stranded and your car starts chugging and choking from a dry tank. I think this only applies to ppl who put the minimum amount of fuel in their car for example the average 17 year old student running a 10 year old fiesta or sooped up saxo working weekends at tesco's and scrapeing their minimum wage to get p*ssed every friday and saturday night. Or be i'm stereo typing..... hmmm


Nah, you just sound bitter. :thumbsup:


Nice car in your avatar.............:p:whistling:
#19
l33t-krew



Nice car in your avatar.............:p:whistling:



Yeh but he drives a Perodua Kelissa.

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