KANPUR: In the past two months as many as 6.60 rupees per litre the petrol price has increased. Despite this reality, the exercise of daily variation in the fuel prices will continue. Along with this peculiarity, there remains no marked change in weighing the liquid form of the engine fuel. The persons pouring petrol into the vehicles do not correct their dubious tricks. Perhaps this trend goads the vehicle owners to criticise the petrol’s short weighing. The vehicle owners seldom satisfy with their assurance of correct quantity.
It is certainly this dissatisfaction compelling the vehicle owners to measure the petrol, not in the volume they are regularly buying from the different companies’ petrol pumps. They are often overheard saying that the petrol comes to an end so earlier. If the petrol’s quantity remains in full volume, the vehicle users would never compare the quantity of the petrol in the vehicle’s tank in accordance with the vehicle’s run, but unhappily they begin to count the days. It is practically found that the vehicle users do not care to look at the round sized metre fixed in front of the vehicle for reading the distance covered after filling up the petrol.
They are continuously bemoaning for the vehicles’ looming in the reserve situation. When they look into the tank they in a very sombre mood are heard telling that the petrol has abruptly finished within two days despite the fact of filling the fuel in the ample quantity. Perhaps it is only our great country where people are calculating the vehicle’s mileage in the days rather than the distance. It is their apprehension of short weighing that forces them to make such a notion. Although we come across the ways of maintenance in accuracy yet there is required adequate attention in this regard.