This is how your petrol pump might be cheating you right in front of your eyes


The Economic Times reports:

* Petrol pumps install a chip inside the fuel dispensing machine, which is designed to reduce the fuel output by nearly five to ten per cent. 

* The chip is attached to a wire, which sets the limit through a remote control. So, if you are buying one-litre of petrol, the machine will release only 940 ml. 

* Such chips cost around Rs 3,000 a piece.


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