I want to know that in LPG version, which is the best car(second hand)? I am going for brands like Wagon R because the maintenance cost is less( Cost per kg -23 while petrol costs nearly double)... Can you name couple of more brands with the prices... I stay in Mumbai..
If your city has the option for CNG, it would be a much better choice given that CNG is comparitively safer than LPG and also operational cost is 1/3rd of petrol.
hi.. i hv wagon r duo lpg version. it has done 30000km in last two years and i never faced any problem so far. go and check availability of cng/lpg in ur city then decide.
well i feel unsafe to go for lpg version. cos when i was in delhi i saw 2 cars getting burnt just like that though i dont have the technical knowledge on cars my driver explained to me its cos of lpg.
Originally Posted by yogendra_agr
Vehicle safety is a major concern for all drivers and so before deciding to convert their cars to run on LPG drivers have to ask themselves just how safe are LPG cars.
Originally Posted by Pri_dm
The answer is that LPG is extremely safe and has a very good safety record in cars. One of the main reasons for LPG cars good safety record is the construction of the LPG fuel tank which is more robust than petrol fuel tanks making it less likely to be damaged. Another reason is the LPG quick fuel cut off system, which uses 3 fuel safety cut off solenoids which shut off the LPG system whenever the car is not running or if the car is involved in an accident the LPG system will automatically cut off the flow of gas on impact in fraction of a second.
In many LPG websites consumer safety concerns are a main point of interest and they all try to put their consumers at ease by answering typical questions related to the safety of LPG within cars i.e. (www.fuleture.com) answers the following questions related to safety.
Is LPG safe?
Yes LPG is perfectly safe. In fact, the LPG tank in your car, van or taxi is actually tougher and safer than a traditional petrol tank
What happens if I’m involved in an accident?
The LPG tank will automatically shut off the gas supply – keeping you safe
Is it safe to have petrol and LPG tanks in the same car?
Yes – LPG cars are very safe. Your LPG tank has gone through a huge amount of tough testing – including pressure-testing and strength-testing. LPG tanks shut down the gas supply if you have an accident.
This Article was written by Daniel Muir for Fuelture Ltd. Fuelture Ltd is a UK based alternative fuel company with a national LPG conversion service. Fuelture Ltd aspires to build a unique network of state-of-the-art LPG Stations and to launch a unique LPG fuel card. Fuelture Ltd. works closely with performance engine specialists Nicholson McLaren Engines Ltd. Visit LPG conversion + LPG cars + LPG stations = Your Savings for more information about automotive LPG in the UK.
Article Source: Daniel Muir - EzineArticles.com Expert Author
Accidents are only due to drivers who have installed the kit themselves & illegally.
even i dont know but somehow i dont trust at all..gas cars.. i mean i just feel they can explode anytime due to gas leakage, i always feel foul smelling gas when i sit in someone's gas kitted car...
above all.. i think the engine goes dumb on gas ..
Now you have turned into stuart.
Last edited by Mr.Tooth Fairy; 19th July 2009 at 12:42 PM.
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ur welcome buddy