The Total station of a municipality in the North has not been distributing diesel for several days. Several cars suffered breakdowns after refueling.
The inhabitants of Quaëdypre, in the North, have no choice but to leave the city to hope to find diesel. The local service station has stopped distribution since Saturday noon, after a series of breakdowns that hit vehicles at the pump.
For the moment, the cause of the problem has not been determined, according to information from La Voix du nord. Investigations are continuing to understand what may have damaged the cars of the customers of this Total Access station.
The persons concerned are invited to contact Total’s consumer service directly to report their situation and, as the case may be, to obtain compensation.
The procedure can be carried out by telephone, on 0970 808 651. A proof of payment as well as the date of purchase of the fuel must be provided for each request made.