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LPG gap widens

THE price gap between liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and other fuels is continuing to grow as petrol and diesel costs climb higher.

The LP Gas Association predicts LPG will continue to be half the price of petrol and diesel for the foreseeable future and is urging fleets to consider buying LPG vehicles or converting existing petrol models.

The average price of LPG is 38.9p per litre compared to 84p per litre for unleaded petrol and 85.4p per litre for diesel. A spokesman from the LP Gas Association said: ‘There is now every reason for motorists to choose environmentally friendly LPG.’

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