Motorists who filled up at a Pacific Motorway service station this week have been warned some bowsers had petrol with traces of diesel.

Drivers who bought unleaded petrol from Caltex at Reed Creek North between 6pm Wednesday and 10am Thursday have been asked to contact the company’s customer feedback line “to discuss a potential fuel quality issue”.

“Due to an error made during a fuel delivery, regular petrol sold from some bowsers at this site contained a small amount of diesel,” the company said on Friday.

“We are sorry for the error and will cover any reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by affected customers, including mechanical assessment and any required repairs.”

The issue was at certain bowsers only, but the company did not specify.

“No other products are affected and there are no issues with any other sites in our network, including the nearby Reedy Creek South site,” it said.

Drivers who think they may be affected are asked to call Caltex on 1800 240 398.

Extracted in full from Adelaide Now.