Bit of an odd one this, just went to fill up my Mum's Honda Jazz at the local Shell. My other half has borrowed it, and kept moaning at me to fill it up, as it was near empty, but having firing the car up, it was still showing 1/4 tank left.
So I needed to pop out anyways, so a trip to the filling station it was... and now at the filling station, I'm at pump No.7 filling away, I've used this car as a daily in the past(albeit 12 months ago), and have never filled over £30 with the petrol light on, so when the pump went past £30, I was thinking please 'click'.... now heading towards £40 now, I'm getting worried, and then it 'clicked' on £40.12p. Didn't confront the sales guy, as I wasn't 100% sure if my gut feeling was right, but I did get a receipt. Just got home to double check the fuel tank size on the Jazz, it's 42L, and my fill was 36.5L@109p/l. I 100% don't think I was driving around with 5.5L of fuel in the car, the fuel meter showed 1/4 left, and with 5.5L, surely the fuel light would be on?!
What you think guys, should I make a complaint on the said pump, it's not accurate, or should I just take it on the chin and NEVER use that pump again?
It's Pump No.7 @Shirley Triangle for anyone who wants to know, and not sure if it's related, it had a 'Pay before fill up' warning on the pump, but they still let me fill up as normal. It was the only pump on the whole court with this message.