Discussion in 'Hangout' started by varunrtr, May 30, 2011.
Guys, FYI, the Volvo buses have two tanks. One on the driver's side and the other on the left.
hmm thank you . I had always seen on only one side. may be is it Multi axle ?? which has both side. ??
No, even the earlier B7Rs had two tanks, mounted each on the LHS and RHS behind the front axle.
And I would give the crackers theory a thought, IF the bus was plying from say, Sivakasi to Hyderabad.
ok. Yeah agree your point in the Sivakasi.
But Blr floks . It's easy to source from Hosur rather than Sivkasi.
The Volvo 9400 and 9400PX have total fuel tank capacity of 600 litres (1*300 litres + 2*150 litres).
I'm sharing an image below, showing the placement of the fuel tanks.
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Brand new 90HP. 2 months old. Head on with a tree. Punto takes the hit gracefully, proud to drive a Fiat!
Sad, but I see comments like 200KM free towing from RSA, please remember, in case of accident, RSA is not free.
Oh. Is it? I didn't know this.
Recently linealover's car had issues near Salem and it was towed free of cost. I thought it will be free for accidents too.
Its free if car develops any issues, but for accident its payed service.
If I remember correctly, its 15 or 30 Rs per KM (max).
Thanks for the correction Ravi. Didn't know this fact.
But I wonder why we need to reach towing service by routing thru RSA. It would just waste our time while we are already in distress. Better to call up some 3rd party towing service directly.
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