With the recent increases in fuel costs and limited supplies, fuel is a valuable item targeted by thieves.

Help prevent your fuel being stolen by taking some crime prevention advice on board.

Keep vehicles in a secure area, preferably a garage, shed, or outbuildings.

🔑 Consider the use of locking fuel caps.

Re-fuel vehicles just before the planned journey rather than leaving a vehicle fully fuelled overnight.

👀 Park vehicles in areas that are well lit so they can be observed easily.

🔒Consider the use of alarms. This could be on the vehicles themselves or for the perimeter of the parking/storage area.

🔒 Fit anti-syphoning devices.

👀 Install or confirm existing CCTV is fit for purpose, and train a camera on tanks and vulnerable vehicles.

🔑 Install cages and/or improve security that surrounds fuel storage tanks.

⚠️ Consider using ‘bunded’ fuel tanks if your existing storage facility is not of that type.

Consider the deployment of fuel dyes.

🚜 Use defensive parking techniques, wherever possible park vehicles against solid objects on the fuel tank side to prevent access.

🚜 Do not leave keys in or near a vehicle, where they can be easily found.

👀 Arrange for checks of vehicles and premises outside of normal working hours.

⚠️ Display signage to show security devices are being used. This will act as a deterrent.

How to get your Alexa to work

Just Click on the Alexa button below. Login to your Amazon account (if you aren’t already) and click the button to “enable” the Skill.

Then you can say to your Alexa Speaker

“Play Bridlington Gold”

Its Here…!

How to get your Google Smart Speaker to work

Just ask your Google smart speaker to

“Talk to Bridlington Gold”


“Ask Bridlington Gold to Play”

Its Here…!


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23 May 2022

Time Type Height
05:13 low 2.31m
11:19 high 4.99m
18:02 low 1.61m

24 May 2022

Time Type Height
00:28 high 4.82m

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