While a large number of French people are still trying to fill up this weekend, some motorists are waiting, if possible, for the famous “click”, an audible indicator that indicates that the fuel level is close to the maximum capacity of the tank. . This signal, which is repeated three times, is often ignored by motorists. However, there is a danger that the money will not be spent as intended.
The weekend continues to be difficult for motorists due to fuel shortages affecting almost 15% of petrol stations in France today. So when you do, watch out for that little ‘click’. Indeed, an audible indicator is activated to indicate to consumers that the fuel level is close to the maximum capacity of the tank. This is called the famous “click”. This signal is repeated three times.
If the latter can be exceeded, motorists often tend to ignore it. From now on, they must make sure that this beep does not sound a second or even a third time, as it can be dangerous.
Indeed, even if the excess is removed through the drainage system, it then flows onto the road, which poses a danger to other drivers, in particular to motorcyclists.
In addition, over-clicking the pump can lead to unnecessary and expensive costs, as it can cause problems with the gasoline exhaust hose.