Australian businesses specializing in repairing and servicing vehicles powered by liquefied petroleum gas are frustrated with government and public disinterest in the fuel. Despite the country’s vast reserves of LPG, consumer demand for LPG-powered vehicles is low and interest in LPG as a green alternative to gasoline is diminishing. Figures from the Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce (VACC) show 96,401 private vehicles in Australia were converted to run on LPG in 2008. By ...

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