Using LPG car gas will help you save up to 45% on fuel costs. LPG is an affordable liquid gas, which is environmentally more sustainable car fuel than diesel or petrol. See where you can find Alexela LPG car gas stations here...
ADVANTAGES OF LPG CAR GAS
You would save up to 45% of fuel on the kilometres driven compared to petrol. This means that you will drive using LPG almost twice as much!
LPG contains higher octane rating, which improves engine performance, reduces wear and thus reduces maintenance costs.
Car gas emits up to 50% less carbon monoxide, 40% less hydrocarbons and 35% less nitrogen oxides compared to engines running on petrol. All this means that we will have much cleaner air to breath!
LPG tank is safer than those of petrol or diesel fuel. Gas tanks can withstand stronger impact and in case of leakage its safety valves close automatically.
Car that drives on gas produces almost 40% less greenhouse gas emissions, thus you can contribute into saving the planet from climate warming.
You can install an LPG device to the whole car park of the company, which may consist of trucks, busses, operational vehicles, agricultural machinery, vans or cars. The bigger the car park, the more you save on fuel costs.
All modern car producers offer vehicles and engines designed to run on gas. Every year, the number of car gas consumers worldwide rises by 15%. In Europe, this number is 40%.
VEHICLE THAT DRIVES ON LPG DOES NOT SMELL
If in the old times, vehicles that drove on gas might have smelled of gas, then modern gas-powered vehicles are completely odourless. If you should smell gas when driving a modern gas-powered vehicle, take the car to the nearest service centre immediately.
KEEP THE CAPACITY
Switching to gas fuel will reduce the capacity of your vehicle by a maximum of 2%. You won´t even notice it when driving on the streets. And by the way, there are some rally drivers, who race in a gas-powered engine.
YOU STILL NEED PETROL
Even though you equipped the vehicle with a gas device, it will still require petrol to start-up. The system will automatically switch to gas, when the engine has warmed up. If the vehicle will run out of gas, it will again automatically switch to petrol.
EXPANDING NETWORK OF FILLING STATIONS
Alexela has invested into its network of filling stations, developing 20 gas filling stations across Estonia. Find out where they are here.
REFUELLING IS SIMPLE
Refuelling is carried out under pressure and that is the only difference compared to refuelling a car with petrol. Connecting the nozzle to the refuelling opening is easy and does not require any force.