The Australian government has paid out A$130 million ($104 million) over the last year as 70,000 motorists have taken advantage of liquefied petroleum gas subsidies. The ongoing government grant provides a A$2,000 ($1,600) rebate to convert an existing vehicle to LPG or A$1,000 ($800) towards the purchase of a new LPG-dedicated vehicle. “The LPG vehicle scheme is a practical initiative designed to increase fuel options for motorists while helping them save at the (fuel pump),” Australian ...

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