Thursday, July 27, 2006
Most of the Bangalore Auto's use LPG as alternative fuel...
Most laboratory tests give LPG an emission advantage over gasoline in emitted unburned hydrocarbons. LPG is mostly made from by-products of oil refining. It's limited in availability and is kept artificially cheap as a result.
LPG prevents premature engine wear, doesn't contaminate engine oil, and is a higher octane fuel than gasoline. Several manufacturers offer LPG powered vehicles. Other manufacturers have licensed and marketed retrofit "kits" to convert gasoline engines to operate on LPG as well as gasoline (dual fueled) or to operate solely on LPG. More>>