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Car SOS host urges drivers to 'clean' fuel tanks after E10 changes – 'no immediate panic'

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“There is all kinds of dangers in there

“If you’re not confident I would suggest going to a workshop and getting that done would be a better bet.”

E10 fuel was launched earlier last month in a bid to cut down the UK’s carbon emissions.

The new petrol is believed to reduce 750,000 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere, the equivalent of removing 350,00 cars from the road.



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