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With both petrol and diesel prices well above £1 per litre, there has never been a better time to convert your car or van to run on LPG.
By adding a dual fuel Autogas system you will not only be doing your bit for the environment, you’ll be reducing your fuel costs by around half.
By using the latest multipoint sequential gas injection systems, the only way you will know you’re running on gas is by the size of your fuel bill.
LPG, or Autogas as it is often referred to, is the most popular solution to not only reducing your vehicle running costs by up to 50% BUT it has up to 20% less CO2 than petrol and has 120 times less harmful particulates than diesel.
Although there has been a large shift towards electric in recent years, we are still converting cars across to LPG which is an immediate fix as far as emissions and fuel costs are concerned. We also have refuelling facilities on site.
Find out how soon you could be saving along with the other 9 million other Autogas drivers by calling Central Autopoint on 01536 261619
Although all fuels continue to rise in price, the margin between LPG and petrol remains the same. On average you will save around 50p a litre although this can be as high as 70p. This can equal huge savings on your fuel bill. The main reason LPG is so much cheaper than either petrol or diesel, is because fuel duty levied by the government is much lower than that on petrol and diesel. This is because of the environmental benefits of using LPG and there is currently a five year rolling agreement not to increase the duty on LPG by any more than 1p compared with petrol.
After converting to LPG, Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) for cars registered after 2001 is also less, add to this the savings in maintenance from reduced engine wear, and the savings really do start to mount up. Converting your vehicle to run on LPG is a sure-fire way to save money. LPG fuel is slightly less calorific than petrol, so 1 litre of LPG is equivalent to about 820ml of petrol. So even though a litre of LPG will take you and your car just over 80% the distance of the same journey using petrol, the savings on even that one journey can be substantial.
For an average user, the cost of converting to LPG will be paid off within the first year, and for drivers covering lots of miles or with petrol hungry engines, the savings are larger and made quicker.