love that term....the political correct police...made me laugh anyway
pc has nothing to do with it...im not telling you to not do it, but its obvious that there are many out there that are clueless to the dpf system...im just giving some, and i mean, some..of the true facts.
i dont blame anybody for removing the system, it isnt fit for purpose in that the life cycle is far too short even when used as was intended, let alone when driver is unaware of the importance to follow certain guidelines, let alone the sheer costy of keeping the system intact and working.
my bug bear is with anybody that promises its ok to do, without consequence..only possible loser in that outcome is the owner that deletes believing their troubles are over.
i also have issue with the controlling bodies, the ones who have been fully aware of the practice yet doing nothing to get it stopped, now its the car owners that could pay the price, not the firms making money out of an illegal practice.
if youve had a delete, and manage to carry on getting away with it, good luck to you, i drive a diesel myself, has never had a dpf so not passing judgement on anyone thats had them removed...i knew of the systems and i knew they were best avoided...im looking to buy another van later in the year, no 1 priority for me is it will be petrol, no longer interested in any kind of diesel as regs will get tougher...be they old or new vehicles
ive already had a perfectly good van that was worth £2/3k turned into scrap value overnight, without any compensation due to london lez regulations, they wont catch me out again.
know the facts, then and only then can you make an informed decision...pc my ****