What signs of contaminated fuel are there at service stations?
Unfortunately, there are no signs that you are buying contaminated fuel, as the Australian fuel industry removed fuel sight glasses way back in 1986. These sight glasses were used to display the fuel as you were pumping it, so you could check the quality of the fuel you were buying. Due to their removal, most people now have no idea what clean fuel even looks like, so are unable able to assess the quality of the fuel they are buying.
To minimise possible spread via our organisation, we have implemented cleaning, distancing and safety measures to help protect both customers and staff.
SHIPPING & DELIVERIES
While we package and ship your Fuel Doctor every day, all shipping and postage services are still seeing reductions in staff and an increased demand for delivery due to Covid-19. All of our shipping partners are still delivering, however the delivery delays we've all experienced are still continuing to some extent. Please use your tracking number and link found on your order information and in your order emails. Should you feel the delay in your delivery is excessive, please contact us.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause, and thank everyone for their support and patience during this time.