Often customers ask us if it is safe to invest in enlarged fuel tanks in their vehicles? Finally, we intervene in the part that is implicitly intended to store a flammable, and sometimes explosive substance. Added to this are concerns about potential damage to the vehicle and the legality of additional parts. In this post, we will try to dispel your doubts.
First of all, we would like to point out that our fuel tanks are made of one of the safest materials available on the market. We are talking about aluminum, not its standard version, but one that has undergone appropriate hardening processes. This made it possible to obtain a material with high durability and resistance to mechanical damage. Additionally, it is a material that is relatively light, allowing tanks to be designed that combine durability with high capacity.
We also make every effort to use the highest quality materials. We make sure that they come from proven sources and have appropriate approvals and certificates. This approach allows us to prepare an offer for you at the highest level.
One of the most frequently asked questions is: Will the enlarged fuel tank damage my vehicle? We answer right away that this is not possible. This is due to the simple fact that the enlarged fuel tanks we offer are non-invasive. What does this mean in practice? That our tanks are installed in accordance with the original production assumptions, in the place where the original tank was previously placed. So it will be located where it belongs and will not have a negative impact on the other components of the vehicle.
We make sure that our fuel tanks meet all the requirements of our customers, as well as all legal requirements. We do not have anything in our offer that is not in line with international guidelines. Our legality is confirmed by approval for the entire European Union. Therefore, there is no fear that after installing our enlarged tank, you will have to face some unpleasantness. Our company policy is clear and transparent. We focus on reliable and legal solutions.
We hope that after reading this post your fears have disappeared and you no longer hesitate to invest in an enlarged fuel tank.