Oh yes, I certainly would drive one...in fact had one for a few months.Then had to change my car for other reasons, and I missed the LPG.
I think, if I could afford it I would have it done to my car, for sure.No problems with the cars running...it went very well.
I feel sometimes, I am driving my money into the ground....I really should try to save for the conversion.You have me now thinking :)
Yes. I have an LPG car. I drive in the city a lot and have never had any performance issues. It seems to run just as well as a petrol car and is such a relief to see the price remaining fairly stable while petrol keeps going up (that being said, it just went up by 10 cents, but that's the first price rise I've seen in over a year, so not too bad).
Fuel prices for LPG are cheaper that unleaded. I think taxi's run off LPG too. It depends on whether or not there are costs to convert (if available, I could be dreaming) to convert a cars fuel to LPG. Then weigh it up. On the other hand I don't drive a lot, and using unleaded is more convenient.
LPG was a product that had the potential to reduce pollution, cost and the need to import oil. Then as with all good ideas commercial interests reduced the benefit by increasing cost to install and increasing the cost to purchase the fuel.
Given a further kick when the Government removed the subsidy when you installed the systems sending many small operators out of business.
Perhaps someday we will stop the greed of the commercial world and put the environment and the welfare of the people first over greed.
I will hold my breath until then shall I (or not?)
Regards from Kstew