LPG / CNG / Autogas Additives

What is LPG?

LPG is liquefied petroleum gas - a blanket term used to describe two natural gasses: propane and butane. LPG is used to fuel cars and burns in a similar way to petrol; it is quickly becoming a cheaper and more sustainable alternative to petrol and diesel because it emits less harmful gases. Compressed natural gas (CNG) is used in a similar way to LPG. These autogasses offer great financial and greener benefits but problems with LPG converted cars include a lack of lubrication (that you’d normally get from petrol) causing engine damage.

Problems with LPG converted cars