And the whole effort.

Effortless refueling with autogas

And the whole effort.

Surely you have already thought: A LPG car – that would be it!. But then you didn't pursue the topic any further: You probably still drive with gasoline& Co – probably the question of refueling has kept you from taking further steps in the direction of LPG.

No question about it – interest in LPG has risen steadily in recent years. In addition to public institutions and commercial fleet operators, more and more private vehicle owners are opting for an LPG vehicle – lower fuel costs and pollutant emissions included. LPG vehicles have been rolling along Germany's roads since the 1960s. But the introduction of the catalytic converter and tax exemption put the brakes on the further development of LPG& Co. Quite massive. Nevertheless, more than 5.5 million LPG vehicles are already on the road across Europe today. In the meantime, they are even offered ex works in certain model variants. Even the retrofitting of gasoline vehicles – whether new or old – is no problem. With gasoline engines, a conversion to operation with LPG is generally not difficult – the technical framework conditions are good. Nevertheless, it must be checked in each individual case whether the necessary conditions for a conversion are present. Only the expert can judge this conclusively. And the whole effort? That normally pays off, as the German Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association e.V. Has calculated: After only approx. Two and a half years is a private car user (30.000 km annual mileage, eight liters of fuel consumed per 100 km) into the profit zone.

The decisive argument in favor of LPG is not least the minimization of fuel costs: a liter of LPG currently costs around 60 cents. Refueling is almost child's play – no more difficult than refueling with gasoline or diesel: the specific equipment of LPG vehicles makes it possible. Autogas is of course – just like gasoline – filled into tanks (steel containers). And the refueling time? This is also on the level of conventional fuels. And how many kilometers can be driven with a filling of autogas? On average, you should be able to cover 500 kilometers on one tank of fuel without any problems. There is even more – in the case of so-called bivalent LPG vehicles with LPG and gasoline, there are up to 1.000 kilometers. And last but not least – the filling station network? Here you have a considerable choice in the meantime: At more than 5.000 autogas filling stations can already be refueled in this country today – more are in the pipeline. In addition, there are about 1.200 liquid gas filling stations for commercial use in operation. A gas station near where you live will certainly already exist -. You can find this out very easily: Simply on the Internet at www.Gas filling stations.De the appropriate search engine!Gas stations.De make use of the appropriate search engine! A few clicks, and you know where you could(t) refuel in the future.

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