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Old 02 April 2014, 11:03   #11
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Something about boat tanks being classed as demountable tanks and not cans springs to mind, and that its down to carrying them in the car being the bad thing to do.

Odd how my portable tanks have ' Remove from boat before filling' on them . - so remove them carry them to station , argue about tanks/ cans ( win the argument) , fill up and carry them home and put back in the boat . obvious really ..... doh.....
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Old 02 April 2014, 11:06   #12
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I got pulled up at Sainsbury's by a voice over the loudspeaker asking me to show them my fuel tanks while attempting to fill up the other week , but once the manager saw the markings on them he was happy to let me continue. Its the first time I've been pulled up there as well.
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