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CarPlan 5 Litre Petrol Can - Grey In Colour - £1 Instore @ Asda

Like the picture, but only grey.

Instore at Stockton branch - BARGAIN!
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#1
Pity the fuel dont come with it lol
#2
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.
#3
Golaboots888
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.


How do you carry fuel for your lawn mower, strimmer, chainsaw etc? In your handbag? :? Hot price, as it was at £2 a few weeks ago. :thumbsup: £7.99 in Hombase !
#4
Cheapest I've ever seen. Hot.:thumbsup:
#5
Golaboots888
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.

Fuel gauges can go faulty on older cars, and guess what, you wont know until it's too late!
#6
2 pounds at Swindon Asda.
#7
This is a bargain even if you dont need it. Buy 1.
#8
Golaboots888
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.


If you are travelling in Europe with a fairly thirsty car and in quite a remote area, that extra 5 litres can be the difference between walking for your fuel or driving there ;)
#9
whatsThePoint
Fairly useless to most people as gray cans are for LPG :whistling::lol:


Yes i know ;-)


So how do you carry LPG in a non pressurised container ??
#10
Good for carrying water too at campsites.
#11
V6ALFISTI
If you are travelling in Europe with a fairly thirsty car and in quite a remote area, that extra 5 litres can be the difference between walking for your fuel or driving there ;)


agreed.

All depends on how people are going to use it. Petrol lawnmowers etc

If anything will probably be a good idea to stock up on fuel whilst its still around a £1 a litre. Who knows what price it will be in a couple of weeks. Maybe back to £1.15 a litre
#12
shadowdogg
agreed.

All depends on how people are going to use it. Petrol lawnmowers etc

If anything will probably be a good idea to stock up on fuel whilst its still around a £1 a litre. Who knows what price it will be in a couple of weeks. Maybe back to £1.15 a litre


Never been that price around my price!

the worse ive seen it is around £1.10p :whistling:
#13
I ended up paying the extortionate £5.50 from the Shell Garage when I ran out!
#14
This reminds me of Michael McIntyre on top gear - 'pertol...suitcase?' :p
#15
Golaboots888
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.


So you’ve never broken the speed limit nor had an accident, and never just sat in the middle lane on the motorway. In fact you’re the perfect driver:p
#16
V6ALFISTI
If you are travelling in Europe with a fairly thirsty car and in quite a remote area, that extra 5 litres can be the difference between walking for your fuel or driving there ;)


Been there done that Happy times:thumbsup:

vikingaero
Good for carrying water too at campsites.


I’d like to see the faces of the happy campers when they see you walking around with a petrol can in the middle of the night:p
#17
Golaboots888
How stupid do you have to be to be unable to read a fuel gauge?

I've driven 300k miles in my driving life and never owned a Jerry can nor run out of fuel.


how ignorant do you have to be not to understand the number of uses for one :-D
#18
Just been to ASDA woodchurch, £2. Still good price though.
#19
tonikeys
Just been to ASDA woodchurch, £2. Still good price though.


Yeah, £2 for me also, thanks to the OP

Nick
#20
I was ignorant enough not to think of Petrol Lawnmowers needing these. I apologise.

If however you run out of fuel in a car then you are either stupid enough not to understand a fuel gauge or even more stupid in not getting a broken fuel gauge fixed!
banned#21
£2 each at my local, priced as that and scans at that!

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