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Cheap mess free no waste Adblue fill up 90p per litre @ Moto service stations

£0.90 @ Moto
I discovered this last week and it makes sense to share. If you've got a modern Diesel car that requires Adblue by far the cheapest way of filling up is to visit your local Moto service station (as… Read More
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7m, 5h agoFound 7 months, 5 hours ago
I discovered this last week and it makes sense to share.

If you've got a modern Diesel car that requires Adblue by far the cheapest way of filling up is to visit your local Moto service station (as found on motorways countrywide) and visit the HGV pumps where every pump also has an AdBlue pump ready to use.

There for a mere 90p a litre (compared to the £20 10 litre bottles from Halfords) you can fully fill up with adblue, pay and drive away without any of the hassle and mess you would get trying to use an adapter and the 10litre bottles halfords sell for twice the price.

You may have to visit the shop to get them to switch the pump on but they are happy to do it.
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#1
thought this was common knowledge, most petrol stations with a HGV diesel pump have a ad blue pump. worth mentioning for those who don't though.
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What's adblue. any cons
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single_lonely
What's adblue. any cons

Apparently it's an additive that works with the catalyst to reduce emissions.
#4
single_lonely
What's adblue. any cons


its been used in commercial diesels for a good few years, it hasn't been in use on diesel cars for that long ( I'm sure someone will correct me) its a separate tank you put the adblue in, you can't use it on any vehicle the cars its on have come out of the factory with it.
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scottswaha
single_lonely
What's adblue. any cons

Apparently it's an additive that works with the catalyst to reduce emissions.


its not an additive you put in with your diesel. It goes in a separate tank and reduces emissions from the exhaust. Modern diesel cars require this to pass emission test. Diesel lorries have been using this for years.
#6
how many miles on average can u drive on 1 litre before I needs filling yes I know different cars will be differnet but for a car which does between 40/50mpg
#7
muddassarsardar
how many miles on average can u drive on 1 litre before I needs filling yes I know different cars will be differnet but for a car which does between 40/50mpg

I topped up 13litres at about 5500 miles so for VW passat its about 450 miles a litre
#8
Japes is right. You must not put Ad Blue in with diesel fuel because it can damage the fuel system and engine. Only cars equipped with an Ad Blue filler cap are suitable. There is a really good explanation at https://www.rix.co.uk/blog/2016/7/adblue-what-diesel-vehicle-owners-need-to-know/. Older cars like my 2008 Peugeot and the wife's 2010 Ford do not have Ad Blue filler caps, they have hidden tanks that need topping up with difficulty from under the bodywork, so I always get the garage to do it when in for servicing.
#9
only problem I find with doing this is on my Audi it is painstakingly slow to fill as apparently your supposed to have a magnetic ring around the filler cap (something that isn't on my new Audi) so will need to buy an adaptor from Amazon. but well worth doing as the savings are huge.
#10
Fill up at the local truck stop only 52p a litre!

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