Petrol is changing from E5 to E10
Check the correct fuel for your vehicle.
Standard petrol is changing from E5 to E10, being rolled out gradually but already being used in some petrol stations
Warning! It's your responsibility to make sure you use the right fuel for your vehicle.
Not all manufacturers publish E10 fuel compatibility.
If you're not sure if you can use E10 in your vehicle:
check the vehicle owner's manual, the instructional booklet is specific to your vehicle
look inside of the fuel filler flap
ask the car, motorcycle or scooter manufacturer
If you're still not sure, use E5 petrol. It will still be available in the super grade at many filling stations.
All new cars manufactured since 2011 are compatible with E10 petrol, and most cars and motorcycles manufactured since the late 1990s are also approved by manufacturers to use E10.
The following vehicles, however, may not be compatible with E10 petrol:
classic, cherished and older vehicles
some specific models, particularly those from the early 2000s
some mopeds, particularly those with an engine size of 50cc or under
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