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WHEN IT comes to saving cash on fuel and cutting carbon dioxide pollution there are actually alternatives to over rated electric and hybrid vehicles. In the surge of development ultimately causing electric vehicles, tried and trusted gas power has been left behind during the rush for new technologies. Running you car on LPG ends in a slight reduction associated with power and 10% less mpg. However with the petrol financial savings, the running costs are about 40% less than on petrol. There is nothing complicated about dual fuel operation in support of very slight differences with performance between petrol and LPG that go pretty much unnoticed, although LPG running is actually slightly quieter.

Chemically, LPG is a combination of two combustible gases called propane and butane both of them are hydrocarbons like oil. Autogas is 80% propane and 20% butane in addition to minor portions of other gases. Since LPG is generally odourless, small quantities of a pungent gas is added toit to help people smell potentially dangerous gas leaks.

LPG burns cleaner than gasoline due to smaller molecules, which results in a cut in emissions including carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas, nitric oxides and particulates (soot).According to independent pan European tests carried out in 2003, LPG vehicles emit 20 % less carbon dioxide compared to those powered by petrol. The amount of nitric oxides produced by 20 LPG cars is the same as just one diesel-powered car. It produces 90 per cent less particulates (soot) when compared to a diesel engine. The soot from diesel automobiles leads to over 20,000 premature deaths annually. Sound pollution is reduced as LPG powered engines are less noisy than diesel ones.

Lets look at LPG kits, each of them work! Front end kits can be classified by: region of production; vapour or liquid injection; electronic control unit; type of injectors; make of vapouriser; cost. The back-end is usually classified by: 4 hole or single hole; cylinder or toroidal. Already there exists a bewildering selection of possibilities. If we classify based on country kits fall into one of three groups, Dutch, Italian and others (mainly eastern European) and the usual understanding might say that the quality descends in the same order. I've no evidence that this myth is true but suspect it's grown out of clever promotion in the past by the Dutch manufacturers. When fitted correctly upon an average car the gap in effectiveness between Prins, BRC & Stag for example is un-measurerable.

The process of LPG Conversion [' lpg stations '] is straightforward but needs to be carried out by an UKLPG-approved garage. All approved installers should make sure the correct technique are used for your vehicle and should execute a LPG Conversion [' lpg stations '] based on safety, ecological impact, reliability and affordability. You must have significant space for the LPG tank - which is often fitted into the boot of the vehicle, sometimes in the spare wheel well. The dashboards will likely be fitted with a device permitting you to swap between LPG and petroleum, whilst the refueling point will be placed near to the existing petroleum refueling point. There are plenty of UKLPG approved LPG Conversion [' lpg stations '] centres at garages across the UK.

What motorists comment:
'So far I'm able to say that I can detect absolutely no difference in performance whether running on gas or petrol. It would be impossible to know which fuel youíre running on if it werenít for the gauge. Canít say much about reliability yet as itís only been on for a month, but have total confidence this the system fitted is of the greatest standard. ď

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