Should drivers be nervous about using auto-gas in their cars?

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The answer to this question is very simple, NO, actually propane has better safety records than gasoline, the auto-gas is in a puncture resistant tank, and if that’s not enough, there are other safety systems to ensure that no gas escapes.

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Now that you know, driving an auto-gas car is not only safety but also cheaper, you might be wondering, Can a normal car run on Auto-gas? and the answer is, Yes, you can convert any car to auto-gas, the conversion cost around $5.000, if you are thinking that $5.000 is too much money, think again, after the first  25.000 miles you recovered the investment, by saving money at the pump.

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If you were worried about, driving an auto-gas vehicle, you should put those feeling aside, it is more safety than driving an Gasoline car, you will be saving money from your pocket, and helping the environment.

Here is a short video demonstrating how Auto-gas is more safety than normal gasoline cars.

 

The real smell of Propane

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Propane in its Natural form is colorless, and odorless, this makes it really hard for people to detect any leak. That’s why manufactures deliberately add a chemical compound to give it that unpleasant smell that we are all so used to.

The odorized propane smells like rotten eggs, or a dead animal. The reason why they chose this unpleasing smell is because of the need of alerting people about a possible leak as fast as they smell it. Just think about it, if propane smells like strawberries nobody would feel uncomfortable with a leak, this creates a really dangerous situation.

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If you are worried that you or others in your household may have difficulty smelling propane you can always install a propane gas detector, this detectors activate an alarm if they sense the presence of propane.

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Never ignore the smell of propane, and if you own an alarm act immediately even if you don’t smell the propane.

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