COLOMBO — Sri Lanka is drafting new laws to allow the conversion of gasoline-driven vehicles to run on liquid petroleum gas (LPG). “There's no legal provision now to convert vehicles from petrol to gas,” Commissioner of Motor Traffic D.S. Edirisinghe says. “It is prohibited.” The department can prosecute those making the conversions but is not doing so because new laws are being prepared to legalize the practice. “We're working on the safety standards in converting from petrol to gas,” ...

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