It looks like a regular fuel pump, digits ticking over predictably as a driver fills up his car – until the figures suddenly skyrocket by 180 per cent.
13CABS places first order to convert 100 new Toyota Camry Hybrids to tri-fuel system
A new LPG Autogas Centre of Excellence has been opened in Victoria to meet the future …
New dual-fuel technology for heavy vehicles is on the cards in Australia after trials conducted by Unigas, Prins Autogassystemen and CMV Truck & Bus showed positive operational and environmental results …
LPG bowsers are disappearing from petrol stations across the country as customers and car manufacturers abandon the fuel that was to be the environmental and economical solution for powering cars.
The future of LPG on the forecourt of Australia’s service stations is a discussion that the industry needs to have – before it risks shooting itself in the foot.
Nine News, 09 July 2015
Hours after a 40,000-litre LPG tanker slammed into a car and rolled in Sydney’s west, motorists are still being advised to brace for traffic chaos.