Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) provides drivers with the chance to escape the high prices of diesel and petrol while using a fuel that burns much more cleanly. When a car runs on LPG, it sends none of the heavy metals, such as soot and sulfur dioxide, into the atmosphere, meaning that there is much less damage to the environment in general and public health. Benzene, PAH, and aldehydes also do not leach their way into the environment.
In contrast to petrol, your car makes much less engine noise with LPG. The fact that you don’t have carbon deposits or acids means that your engine will last much longer. When LPG hits the engine, it is already in a gaseous state, leading to more efficient combustion. In contrast with diesel, you have no problems with cold starting, because the LPG acts more like petrol. Finally, when you fill the tank, there’s no chance of spilling. You waste less money and leave fewer toxins in the environment.