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I don't know if you are aware and I don't know if it applies nationally but my local outlet has had an increase in autogas from 38p to 42p per litre, thats an increase of over 10% in a couple of weeks, I wonder if this is a start of a trend?
Do your maths and go for it. I'm thinking of converting a panel van and going total LPG. One tank for everything: engine, water, heating, cooking.
Haven't found simmilar examples yet, and this worries me. Have I gone mad or what? Such a simple idea and am I the only one, or there is something wrong with it.
1. It will cost you.
2. Extra tank takes some space.
1. You will stop thinking how much is it going to be going to Italy.
2. You will love paying at a gas station.
3. When comes to selling your MH should attract more buyers.
4. Another option is to move it to another MH.
Converted a land rover to LPG and it was the best thing ever done, ran a lot better after some teething problems.
Not only Auto LPG that has gone up in price, we are all on LPG for heating on the farm and that has gone up 6p a litre in the last few months and we have a bulk contract with Calor. Nothing sinister just oil prices affecting all fuels at the moment I think
If I had a petrol MH I would not hesitate to convert it, just make sure you do your homework and get a reputable experienced firm to do the conversion, there are a lot of LPG cowboys out there!!
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I have been running a couple of Merc Sprinter minibuses on LPG after experimenting with a Renault Traffic about 6 years ago. You do lose a bit of go needing a bit more on the loud pedal. I have a Hymer with a bulk gas tank, there is a difference in the construction and drawing off of fuel.
TB Turbos, Lancaster or Tartarini, Yorks. of Flo-gas will give you the definitive answer.
As with most things in life, when it becomes a trend, Gordon Brown will slap a tax on it. I believe fresh air is next on the agenda.
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