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    Use Vegetable Oil If You Have A Diesel Car
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    • 5th Aug 07, 10:03 PM
    Use Vegetable Oil If You Have A Diesel Car 5th Aug 07 at 10:03 PM
    Ever thought of using vegetable oil in your diesel car ? last month revenues and excise have given everybody a personal limit of 2500 litres of bio diesel duty free per annum. So if you have 5 people in your house you can safely use 12500 litres of vege oil per annum and as it is 54p at most supermarkets and if you buy in bulk direct from the manufactureres this turns down to approx 42p per litre. against 99p per liter of diesel and 97p per liter of petrol.
    this would save you a bomb. Also some vehicles do not need conversion either before they can accept vegetable oil either.
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