New UK fuel which may damage classic cars will be introduced 'towards end of the year'

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Hagerty has warned this can lead to condensation in the vehicle’s fuel tanks and cause corrosion in brass, copper, lead, tin and zinc components.

Mr Balmer said the PRA was working on a “consumer awareness programme” ahead of the new fuel’s launch to make owners aware of the risks.

The DfT said experience from other countries suggests a comprehensive communications programme was important.

This is vital to ensure motorists are well aware of the change in grade and how this could affect them individually.



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