Oil pressure gauge.
It’s a fancy way of saying it’s the number on the pump where the oil pressure is.
It looks like a big number, so you can tell if it’s really at 100 per cent, or if it just dips to 90 per cent.
The oil pressure gauges are available for petrol, diesel and petrol-powered vehicles in New Zealand.
There are three types of gauges, but they are labelled with the number of litres of oil.
Jamaican cayenne oil, a type of oil that is used for cooking and cooking oil, is labelled at 80 litres.
In New Zealand, the pressure gauge on a petrol station will display the number 100 per head.
If you are buying a new vehicle, there’s an online option for gauging your oil pressure.
You can read more about gauging oil pressure in this article.
Read more about Jamaica Castor oil.