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Wibbly
Obviously topical at the moment, but the current situation did get me thinking about this.

I would guess diesel quantities could be higher than petrol as it's less dangerous, but I can't find any references to how much you can store and what you can store it in. I have a 20L jerry can, but they cannot be used now for petrol, but what about diesel?

Anyone got an authorative link?
rojariggs
I think you'll find there's no difference in law between diesel and petrol from a storage point of view. The regulations will just stay the storage of fuel.
FocFie
Try looking at this link if you havn't already seen it [url="http://www.london24.com/news/how_much_petrol_can_i_store_at_home_woman_burned_decanting_fuel_in_kitchen_1_1335750"]http://www.london24.com/news/how_much_petrol_can_i_store_at_home_woman_burned_decanting_fuel_in_kitchen_1_1335750[/url]

In respect to whether the fuel is petrol or diesel, it makes no difference.

FocFie


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