Whatever you spend on petrol every week,
it is 40% more
than you need to be spending.
- Free up your cash flow instantly by running on LPG
- No hidden extras, avoid insurance premium hikes
- Does not affect warranty for most vehicles
- No appreciable change in driving performance
- Great LPG availability in most parts of the UK
- Converted vehicles can still use petrol if needed
- Contribute to a cleaner, greener environment
Autogas means half price fuel every day
For most people, the biggest reason for converting is to save
money. This table will give you an idea of the huge savings
you can make, based on petrol at 75p per litre and LPG at
38p per litre:
Prices correct as at December 2002 from BP,
Or, download this simple spreadsheet attachment to your
computer for an exact calculation of savings for your vehicle.
Savings Chart Download
Simply add in the fuel prices in your area, check your relevant
mpg and your annual mileage, and instantly see your weekly,
monthly or yearly savings.
Free up your cash flow from the moment you convert
How long can you resist the temptation of half price fuel…and
a vehicle modification that actually pays for itself over
Start saving now – contact us for a quote.
OK so it’s not your main reason, but saving money and
also keeping a clear conscience? Now that is worth having!
To give you an idea of how using LPG helps reduce emissions,
see the table below for a comparison:
75% less Carbon Monoxide
85% less Hydrocarbons
40% less Nitrogen Oxides
10% less Carbon Dioxide
87% less Ozone forming potential
90% less Particulates
90% less Nitrogen Oxides
60% less Carbon Monoxide
70% less Ozone forming potential
Interested in cleaner fuels
in general? Find out more background.
You may be aware the government are supporting some LPG conversions
through the Powershift Register.
Some newer vehicles may be eligible for a grant of up to
60% to help cover the cost of conversion.
Click here to check if your vehicle is one of the lucky ones
eligible for a Powershift
Future Pollution Taxes
Plans are progressing to limit access in polluted city centres
to 'clean-engined’ vehicles, e.g. running on LPG. Others
may be heavily taxed or excluded completely, especially in
Prepare for the inevitable by converting to LPG
Possible Reductions in Road Fund License
The government is considering proposals to encourage the use
of 'clean' fuels by offering reductions to the Road Fund License
fee. This would be based on individual levels of exhaust emissions.
The cleaner the emissions, the lower the fee.
Another potential way to save with LPG – get
Still Got Lots of Questions?
Click here for answers to the most
commonly asked questions about LPG conversions: safety, insurance,
tanks, where to buy LPG, etc…
If you think there is an important question we have not answered,
it to us (mailto link) and we will reply as well as adding
it to the site!