I recently watched the Top Gear episode where the A8 TDI was driven from London to Edinborough on one tank.
During his trip I distinctly remember and won't ever forget how he said that when a Diesel runs out of fuel, you don't just go down to a petrol station, get some fuel then fill it up. It's not like a petrol car.
With a Diesel, you need to "blead the system". Now I don't have a clue what that means or how it's done.
What exactly do you have to do if that's ever the case?
Also, if you've run out of Oil on a long journey. Do you stop much earlier or can you drive till it dries out? What do you do in that scenario?
If theres any anyone else can think of, please mention it as i'm making a word document that i'll be putting in the car so I know what to do heh.