LPG is both inexpensive and far cleaner than either petrol or diesel.
The added fact that the fuel is readily available worldwide on traditional forecourts makes it a very realistic option for everyday motorists. This is even truer in countries such as Australia and Germany where there are substantial government subsidies.
It is on this basis that Andy Townsend, former captain of the Irish football team, decided to convert his 4.4l super-charged Range Rover Sport to run on a Prins VSI LPG kit. The Range Rover is truly a gas-guzzler, but by running it on LPG, Townsend could save £1,600 per year on fuel bills alone, as well as benefiting from carbon dioxide emission reductions of 20% and the virtual elimination of fine particulate emissions.
Will Putter, Commercial Director of Prins Alternatech comments: LPG is both safe and easy to use, far more so than any other alternative fuel, and the technology is well understood, with excellent systems produced since the late 1960's.
No other fuel choice is offering the benefits of LPG without sacrifice, and if you can give motorists something with the same level of performance, that is better for society and costs 50% less, how can they say no?