Malaysia sets up $1.2 million “just in case” insurance fund for vehicles damaged by B10

April 30, 2019 |

In Malaysia, local press reports that in an effort to help increase confidence amongst the driving public that B10 won’t damage vehicles, the government will set up a $1.2 million insurance fund that will pay for repairs to vehicles that are proven to have been damaged by the higher biodiesel blend. B10 was already launched five months ago but so far no incidents of damage have been reported. The country is hoping to boost its blend to 20%, following in Indonesia’s footsteps.

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