In most cases when a fuel delivery tanker is still parked at a filling station, it could mean two things, either it’s still pumping into the underground tank or it had just finished. The reason is that as the station’s underground tanks are being filled, the turbulence of the incoming fuel can stir up sediment. If there is sediment in the fuel you are putting into your car, it can clog your fuel filter and fuel injectors, causing poor performance and possibly bringing about repairs or replacement of fuel pump and other parts affected.

If you confirm that the underground tank was just filled, go to the next station or come back the next day. This should give the sediment time to settle.

 

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