Every driver can tell you that it is not good to drive “on a reserve”, but is it really better to drive a tank full of fuel?
Many drivers when they go to the gas station pump fuel more than the predicted maximum or nationally speaking – “to the top”. In doing so, they ignore the “clicks” of the fuel filler gun indicating that the maximum capacity of the tank is filled.
The main reason for this is the fact that drivers want to use the entire empty space in the tank to have as much fuel as possible.
However, there are several reasons why you should not fill the tank to the end, and the main thing is that excess fuel will flow through the designated drain, which means that you literally throw money on fuel that you will never use.
Also, modern fuel pumps have a technology that drains the fuel through a cable in charge of extracting gases, so there is a chance that excess fuel will return to the pump even if you already have paid.
Lastly, perhaps the most important reason why you should stop fueling when the gun clicks is the damage you can apply to the refueling system that is in charge of saving fuel from the evaporation tank.