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Why Get a Conversion?

Why should I get a gas conversion?

Will you remove my petrol tank?

Does an LPG conversion change the servicing of my vehicle?

I have a small car, is it worth it?

Can I get my brand of car converted?

What are the safety features of an LPG tank?

What about gas reserves – aren’t they running low?

What about the cost

Are there Government rebates available?

Isn’t diesel fuel better?

What about my vehicle’s performance?

Will I lose boot space?

 

Why should I get a gas conversion?

Whether you have a fleet of vehicles, a run-about car, or a recreational vehicle for weekends away, a gas conversion can deepen your hip pocket – and the environment will thank you for it.

A gas conversion can:

  1. Save you up to 60% off your fuel bill

  2. Let your car run with fewer emissions

  3. Lengthen the life of your engine

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Will you remove my petrol tank?

No, a gas conversion on your vehicle will result in it being a ‘dual fuel’ vehicle. With the added security of the petrol tank as back up, you can alternate your fuel consumption between gas and petrol – so long trips are a breeze!

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Does an LPG conversion change the servicing of my vehicle?

Yes, your vehicle must be serviced by an individual or business registered with the Automotive Alternative Fuels Registration Board (AAFRB).

All LPG iQ suppliers are registered to carry out servicing and maintenance of LPG vehicles.

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I have a small car, is it worth it?

Gas conversions are not limited to large vehicles. Plenty of individuals and businesses have converted their small cars, like a Hyundai Getz, so they can benefit from long-term savings.

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Can I get my brand of car converted?

If you don’t think your car can have a gas conversion, think again! Virtually all unleaded petrol cars can be converted to gas. We have developed and supplied LPG kits for brands such as:

  • Ford

  • Holden

  • Toyota

  • Hyundai

  • Kia

  • Subaru

  • Mazda

  • Nissan, and many more!

For more information on whether we have a kit for your car model, check out our Product Range.

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What are the safety features of an LPG tank?

LPG tanks have been specially designed and tested to eliminate the risk of leakages. With the very latest technology invested in the safety and durability of an LPG tank, you can be assured you are using not only one of the most cost effective fuel systems, but one of the safest.

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What about gas reserves – aren’t they running low?

Almost all LPG used in Australia is produced here and we export a great deal as surplus. Crude oil, from which petrol is derived, is largely imported.

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What about the cost

Gas conversions quickly ‘pay for themselves’. Take this example:

$ Spent on petrol
per week

Saving per week

Saving per year

Saving over 5 years

$100

$50

$2600

$13,000

$80

$40

$2080

$10,400

$50

$25

$1300

$6,500

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Are there Government rebates available?

There are several schemes helping individuals and businesses convert their vehicles to gas.

What happens with a rebate is you pay for your gas conversion, fill out the documents provided to you by the garage, and then take your receipt to Medicare for the refund.

For more information visit the AusIndustry website.

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Isn’t diesel fuel better?

Although diesel fuel may give greater mileage, compared to LPG it is still more costly mile for mile.

Not only are the emissions from a diesel vehicle more toxic to the environment, but handling a diesel pump can leave traces of chemicals, like formaldehyde, on your clothes and skin.

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What about my vehicle’s performance?

An LPG conversion correctly installed on your vehicle should not have any impact on the quality of your drive.

LPG conversion kits have even been designed and fitted to high performance vehicles!

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Will I lose boot space?

If you have a 4WD vehicle, the gas tank can often be installed underneath the carriage, so you will not lose boot space.

For sedans, hatchbacks and utility vehicles, the tanks are installed in the boot/tray space. With different size tanks available on the market, there is bound to be a suitable option for your lifestyle.

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