The Australian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Assn. Ltd. (LPG Australia) says motorists are quickly acting to submit claims for the government's fuel conversion scheme, with more than A$3.5 million ($2.6 million) in grants approved. Under the 8-year program, the Australian government will give a $743 (A$1,000) cash rebate to motorists who buy new LPG-powered cars and a $1,486 (A$2,000) subsidy to motorists who convert their cars to use LPG. LPG Australia Industry Development Manager Phil ...
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