With gas prices being as high as they are you would think that the gas you put in your car would be safe, right? It looks like that isn’t the case in Manchester NH. It seems that a gas station was filled improperly and was pumping diesel fuel out of the regular pumps!
Not only were the regular pumps full of diesel, but the diesel pumps were full of regular fuel. Luckily the company that delivered the fuel, Albebaqui Carriers, said they are going to cover the repairs. There were at least 10 people who had reported problems of either stalling or their cars not working at all.
The problem vehicles would have had to have gotten gas between 1:30 p.m. Sunday the 16th and 8:00 a.m. Monday the 17th. Outside of those days, if you gassed up at Manchester Mart and Gas, your car should be perfectly fine!
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