Running vehicles on LPG, or Liquefied Petroleum Gas, is a great way for you to do your bit for the environment – take a look at this video, it’s happening all around the world!

What is LPG?

LPG or Liquefied Petroleum Gas is extracted alongside natural gas and is also a bi-product of the oil refining process. The primary use in the UK is in the form of propane which is used for autogas as well as heating and cooking in domestic, commercial and agricultural environments. When stored under pressure it becomes a dense liquid.

It's Cleaner, Greener and Cheaper.

LPG Autogas is by far the most widely available environmentally friendly alternative fuel with over 1400 refuelling sites throughout the UK, most of which are on petrol forecourts. You can find your nearest filling station here.
Most petrol engines can be converted to run Autogas and there are currently around 21 million vehicles worldwide with over 10 million in Europe and over 170,000 in the UK running on LPG. They are producing less harmful emissions than those driving petrol or diesel, whilst making significant savings at the pumps.
In the UK, LPG is around 50 pence per litre cheaper than petrol and diesel. Although the miles per gallon when running on LPG is usually around 15% less than petrol, because it is so much cheaper to buy, significant savings in fuel costs can be made – see how much money you can save by using this Savings Calculator.

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