Brits Turn to LP Gas in the Face of Fuel Costs

In the wake of soaring fuel prices in the UK, a number of Britons are having their cars refitted to run on liqufied petroleum gas, which is about half the cost of gasoline at the pump; 40p per liter vs. 90p for gasoline. While cars run less efficiently on LP, the cost per mile is still significantly reduced over gasoline or even diesel. Other Europeans are following suit, especially Germany, which is emerging as a hot market for the fuel.

More motorists turn to LPG as petrol prices soar [Reuters]

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