Here are some refueling safety guidelines that will help keep you and your family safe when refueling your vehicle.
•Turn off your vehicle engine while refueling. Put your vehicle in park and/or set the parking brake. Disable or turn off any auxiliary sources of ignition such as heater, cooking units or pilot lights.
•Do not smoke, light matches or lighters while refueling at the pump or when using gasoline anywhere else.
•Use only the refueling latch provided on the gasoline dispenser nozzle – never jam the refueling latch on the nozzle during refueling.
•Do not over-fill or top-off your vehicle tank, which can cause gasoline spillage.
•Avoid prolonged breathing of gasoline vapors. Use gasoline only in open areas that get plenty of fresh air. Keep your face away from the nozzle or container opening.
•Always re-install the fuel cap correctly before departing.
USE UNLEADED FUEL ONLY
FUEL TYPES AND DRIVEABILITY ISSUES
Your campervans automotive fuel and emissions systems are sophisticated and engineered to meet Federal and State emissions standards. They are sometimes sensitive to fuel types and blends, particularly fuels blended for certain altitudes and climates. Fuel suppliers provide customers with the correct fuel for their location and seasonal conditions. Sometimes, though, fuel blended for winter is supplied during summer months.
Your campervan will only operate on unleaded fuel.