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Autosessive 50% off oil and filter

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1 day only 50% off oil and filter, also spring deals on, 45% off lots of items, clutch, air filters, batteries, 50% off brakes Read More
1 day only 50% off oil and filter, also spring deals on, 45% off lots of items, clutch, air filters, batteries, 50% off brakes
trev25 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Took £1 off my oil and air filter... not the 50% off
Rubbish prices.
Rubbish offer not what it promises. Added OIL and FILTER and that came over 31 pounds qualifying for free delivery. OIL CHANGE Promo code knocked 2-81 off!

Edited By: Ralph888 on Jun 01, 2016 19:22
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It's back!!! 20 Litre Jerry Can £18.94 delivered from Autosessive

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Halfords reported a 467% increase in sales of these, and they are selling them for £29.99 instore (if you can still find one) After almost 24hours and over 1500 views of the previous deal, still no… Read More
Halfords reported a 467% increase in sales of these, and they are selling them for £29.99 instore (if you can still find one) After almost 24hours and over 1500 views of the previous deal, still no…
Premier Avatar5y, 1m agoFound 5 years, 1 month ago29 Comments
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Expired !

Well done to all that got one again.

Edited By: Premier on Apr 04, 2012 09:13
Paint a "W" on the side in white ( water) and smuggle beer into a German swimming pool in one.
I know, I was that soldier. (_;)
Jumpingphil
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LOL - the previous poster posted that link almost half an hour earlier

Not me causing the confusion - that confusion comes from Emma Brant

The jerry can is a 20-litre metal can. It is illegal to store petrol in one of these because you are not allowed to carry 20 litres in just one container.


Sorry for multi tasking and posting a duplicate link, at least it's not a whole duplicate thread.

Emma's article is about storing fuel, not transporting it. She could/should have used a different word, but I think it is acceptable. See number 6.
Lets not get too involved in the semantics.

This product is not encouaging any illegal activity.

So just vote it cold and buy one. It's a cool deal at an unbeatable price.
bollybobinson
It is not legal to store more than 10l of petrol, and that must be in a purpose made approved container, not some of the ad hoc plastic dangerous s##t on certain auction sites.

However Diesel is covered only by environmental issues, so if it don't leak you can keep.

:D


I understood the law said 20 litres in purpose-made and marked metal can(s), or 10 litres in purpose-made and marked plastic container.

I store thousands of litres of fuel at home in a big metal tank. So does anyone who has oil fired central heating. Similar story with LPG.

Edited By: LongPockets on Apr 03, 2012 13:05
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charliebrown
The jerry can is a 20-litre metal can. It is illegal to store petrol in one of these because you are not allowed to carry 20 litres in just one container.

Very poor and inaccurate reporting there by BBC Newsbeat reporter Emma Brant

TRANSPORTING PETROL FOR PRIVATE USE:
The carriage of petrol by private individuals in a vehicle where the petrol is intended for their personal or domestic use or for their leisure or sporting activities is exempt from the general restrictions on the carriage of dangerous goods by road.
However, where the petrol is to be carried in refillable containers filled by or for a private individual, the total quantity transported must not exceed 240 litres at a time and each individual container must not contain more than 60 litres. In addition, the individual must take measures to prevent any leakage of the contents of the containers.
Notwithstanding the general limit of 60 litres per container, it is worth noting that the individual local authority petroleum licence under which a filling station operates may impose a limit on the capacity of individual metal containers that may be filled at that filling station. This limit is commonly 23 litres (5 gallons).
Source: http://www.rya.org.uk/sitecollectiondocuments/legal/Web%20Documents/Legal%20Leaflets/Clubs/Premises/CARRIAGE%20AND%20STORAGE%20OF%20PETROL.pdf



You seem to be confusing storing and transporting.
Here's another source for you.

LOL - the previous poster posted that link almost half an hour earlier

Not me causing the confusion - that confusion comes from Emma Brant

The jerry can is a 20-litre metal can. It is illegal to store petrol in one of these because you are not allowed to carry 20 litres in just one container.
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20 Litre Jerry Can £18.94 delivered from Autosessive

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Halfords reported a 467% increase in sales of these, and they are selling them for £29.99 instore (if you can still find one) After almost 24hours and over 1500 views, still no one has managed to po… Read More
Halfords reported a 467% increase in sales of these, and they are selling them for £29.99 instore (if you can still find one) After almost 24hours and over 1500 views, still no one has managed to po…
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needs unexpiring (so I can vote cold ;) )
Sorry guys, all gone at this price now! (Now £31.99)

EXPIRED!

(Well done to all that got one)
eroticsnow
Technically its not a good deal if no one wants it.
I didn't vote, but its the equivelent as posting a cheap Jedward CD

Hmmm...maybe I could interest you in an expensive Jedward CD???

http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/1276/jerrycans.jpg

Edited By: Premier on Mar 30, 2012 07:50
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There was no rationing of fuel in 1976.
Ration books may have been issued because of the 1973 oil crisis, but rationing was never implemented.


My apologies it may well not have been 1976 but it was definately after 1974 due to my having to travel a lot in the job I started in 1974 where I had to make sure I had petrol which meant a lot of searching then as no mobile phones et,. but definately no ration books. Garages were running short and rationing and a lot of it was down to panic buying
But, on a positive note, storing petrol at home means it will be readily available when you want to make petrol bombs for the next round of riots ;)
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