The sound of the automatic switch-off on the fuel nozzle signals that the tank is full. Does it damage the car if you fill up even more?
At some point the automatic switch-off ends the refueling process. But if you have a very long distance to cover, for example, can you add a few more liters?
I’d rather not. First of all, manual filling usually doesn’t do much beyond the automatic switch-off, because often only a little additional fuel fits into the tank anyway. But there is a great danger that the fuel will spill over. And with it the risk of fuel escaping into the environment. It is therefore advisable to only fill in fuel until the dispenser’s automatic switch-off stops the refueling process.