PITTSBURGH, Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — “As an owner-operator truck driver, I have spent years standing in fuel-soaked fuel islands and also have had the fuel pump nozzle slip out of the tank on a freightliner test truck I was evaluating,” said an inventor from Pahrump, Nevada. This inspired me to develop a means to hold the fuel pump nozzle in place while refueling.”
She developed the NOZZLE BUDDY for a freightliner to prevent a pump nozzle from slipping outward while refueling. This patent-pending invention may eliminate a petrochemical mess that may pose a fire hazard and environmental pollution. Additionally, it may provide peace of mind for safety-conscious truck drivers while also saving money in fuel loss.
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