Posted 22 January 2015 - 01:38 PM
for non Malaysian vehicles , max can pump 100 ringgit for euro 5 diesel
Pump before going to shopping/meal then top up the rest before going to CIQ.
Very soon, SG gahmen will think about imposing 3/4 tank rule for diesel vehicles also.
you mean now there is no 3/4 rule for diesel vehicle?
Posted 22 January 2015 - 01:57 PM
Not that I know of, at least not one that's actively enforced - although bro Mustank has previously done a search on the statutes and posted about how vague the relevant law is.
3/4 is is only on dutiable fuel
Only petrol and cng is duitable
Sorry I Donno how to spell
Means kena duty, tio tax
I called ica check liao
Consperm is no 3/4 tank rule for diesel
That time Christopher the staits times reported also got say in news paper
But even then, euro 5 want to risk go in jiu hoo pah lousy you sai meh
Save cents, waste thousands
Kan boh hua
Wah I didn't read!!!!
Nah beh lah!!! Now my diesel kangtAo picha liao
All because all the lich diesel car people come in spoil market for we all poor Lori driver
Really is knn
Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:44 PM
Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:51 PM
Biodiesel is not pure diesel and personally I would definitely not recommend it for Euro 5 vehicles. Go read up on it.
that is only when JB have shortage of diesel, some petrol limit even true blue malaysia lorry with rm30 limit. Caltex using biodiesel is it euro 5 compatible?
Posted 05 June 2016 - 11:00 AM
Shell in melaka too
Euro 5 diesel is now avail at these Shell outlets at Kulai and Petaling Jaya.
How much per liter? Which one cheaper? Malaysia or sg euro V?
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