What is lpg cars?
LPG cars are liquid petroleum gas cars that can run on normal petrol or LPG
There are many, many uses for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) including domestic and industrial uses. LPG is very commonly used in the agriculture business during the drying processes. It is also used daily by most individuals lighting a cigarette seeing as LPG is the gas in everyday lighters. However, in today's society, LPG is mainly used to fuel automobiles from cars to trucks to motorcycles.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is called that because it is made by liquefying (stored under pressure to create and maintain a liquid state) the very lightest components (primarily butane and propane) of the fractionation process of crude oil and/or the gases that come off with the oil at the wellhead. It is a petroleum derivative, used as a fuel for heating and cooking and a a fuel for some LPG adapted cars.