Red diesel is the low duty form of diesel and can be used in off-road untaxed vehicles i.e. agricultural / industrial / construction machinery and as home heating only. As this fuel is minimally taxed, it cannot be used as automotive diesel fuel in normal cars. Customs and Excise regulations require minimally taxed diesel to have a special red dye. This way the inspectors can quickly and conclusively identify the presence of it and take appropriate action against the offender.
Kerosene is one of our most popular fuel products. Kerosene oil, also known as heating oil and kero, acts as a clean-burning oil and an efficient heating oil for commercial premises and domestic dwellings. It’s a particularly interesting oil which was once used as a fuel for light in oil lamps but has since become much more popular as a fuel for heating.