TikTok Video of Toyota Hilux Driver Discovering Unlimited Petrol Hack, Mzansi Impressed: “How Does That Work”

TikTok Video of Toyota Hilux Driver Discovering Unlimited Petrol Hack, Mzansi Impressed: “How Does That Work”

  • An ingenious TikTokker found a way to have unlimited petrol in his car instantly
  • His method was free and didn't even require him to drive to a petrol garage to fill up
  • When netizens saw his clever hack in the video, the comments section exploded with disbelief

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TikTok video of man's infinite Toyota fuel tank hack
A TikTok video of a man finding a hack to unlimited petrol in his Toyota Hilux has impressed social media users. Image: Saint Letso
Source: TikTok

A young man on TikTok discovered he could get unlimited petrol in his skorokoro Toyota using only a little twig.

He made a small hole in the glass casing covering the speedometer, inserted the stick, and slowly pushed the petrol gauge up from empty to full.

TikTokker shows how to have unlimited and free petrol in your car

It seemed like there were at least three people in what was likely an old-school 1990s Toyota Hilux bakkie: the driver, cameraman and a third person.

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Watch the video below:

After the fuel pointer reached full, the vehicle's occupants celebrated by singing a weird but catchy song in bad Jamaican accents, speaking Pidgin and repeating "no police" over a reggae-type beat.

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The video has been viewed over 900k times, three days after it was posted by @saint_letso. The video has more than 4300 comments, mostly with laughing emojis.

Read some of the comments below:

‍♀️was amazed:

"Did he just gaslight the car?"

Dom liked how he called the shots:

"Bro decides when the car runs out of gas."

TheJjmiaHH said:

"Infinite gas glitch."

Jackson Rizzleheimer The Third wanted to know:

"Dawg, how does that work?"

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tinashematthew8 was impressed:

"Bros are now doing hacks to cars."

Just Kevin mentioned:

"That's one hell of a cheat code."

TM Atiah joked:

"It's the FBI open-up."

Lonwabo Zazini quoted:

"The taxis are falling apart."

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In a similar story, Briefly News previously reported about how a frantic woman filmed a Toyota Quantum taxi driver trying to insert the car's fallen sliding door into the taxi.

Judging by the road signs, the unroadworthy taxi was recorded breaking down at a traffic intersection in Cape Town and the woman is heard moaning in a Nguni accent.

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Max Nthite (Editor) Max Nthite is a Human Interest editor who joined Briefly in May 2023. He obtained a National Diploma in Journalism from Tshwane University of Technology in 2010 and worked for Red Bull Media House, Rekord West/ Wes Newspaper/ Koerant, Rekord East / Oos Newspaper/ Koerant as a journalist. He also worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation on Channel Africa Radio and for ANN 7 as TV news reporter.

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