Australian sales of new liquefied petroleum gas (autogas)-powered passenger and light commercial vehicles jumped 139% in 2006. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says sales of autogas passenger cars to fleets and business increased in 2006 by more than 2,500 vehicles, or 48%. Deliveries of autogas light commercial vehicles surged 93.6%. Industry body LPG Australia says continuing uncertainty over gasoline prices and increased public awareness of the fuel’s key benefits resulted ...
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