Should I Go LPG?
High fuel prices are an increasing obstacle for the average British household. Electric cars are often highlighted as a way of addressing this problem, but the high initial purchase costs often negate any subsequent fuel savings.
Another option which is less frequently discussed is LPG. You wouldn't even need to buy a new car to take advantage of this option, with it being possible to modify your existing motor for about £1,500.
But does it make financial sense to go to this expense in light of the running cost savings which could be made? Find out in our LPG infographic...
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