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What is AdBlue?

AdBlue is an additive for a car’s exhaust system, rather than the engine. It is stored in a special tank in the car. From there it is automatically injected in small quantities into the exhaust system, where it breaks up harmful nitrogen oxide gas into harmless nitrogen and water.

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What is NOx?

NOx is a term that describes nitrogen oxides, harmful pollutants that are emitted by car exhausts that have been proven to have serious health implications.

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