The Australian government is issuing a safety warning to owners of vehicles equipped with liquefied petroleum gas conversions or who have had their LPG tanks retested between mid-2003 and August 2005. Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Chris Pearce says since early 2005 there have been a limited number of pressure ruptures of LPG tanks, so far without serious injury to vehicle occupants. “However, rupture of an LPG tank due to a buildup of pressure can generate very significant ...

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