In 2002, Israel joined other advanced nations and published a decree which allowed for the operation of motor vehicles powered by gas (LPG). At the same time, a considerable incentive in the form of a tax reduction was also offered in order to encourage the use of gas powered vehicles.
Since then, the number of gas powered cars in Israel has grown steadily.
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Vehicle quality LPG is produced abroad and imported into Israel. It is specially adapted to meet the demands made on the engines of cars converted to run on gas.
Vehicle LPG is cheap and economical, reliable and environmentally friendly. LPG burns with no waste products and so no harmful pollutants are emitted. This, in its turn, eases the potential damage to the rest of the cars systems because of the soot resulting from the combustion of liquid fuels.
The conversion of a petrol driven vehicle to one powered by gas is simple and easy and there is no need to change or alter any of the vehicles existing systems.
The LPG system combines with the existing petrol system so that it is still possible to use either one of the systems, simply by flipping a switch, as required, immediately, manually or automatically.
The gas used in motor vehicles undergoes a process which gives it the same properties as 95 octane petrol and reaches the engine after being filtered to the level of microns which allows for 100% combustion.
Vehicles powered by gas serve both private customers and vehicle fleets with a high degree of reliability.
The kit used for converting the vehicle to gas is automatically synchronized with the vehicles onboard computer.
The conversion becomes economically viable for vehicles travelling more than 18,000 Km. a year. In other words, savings begin from the first year of conversion.
The reduction in costs and awareness of environmental concerns are the principal motives influencing the conversion to gas.
The conversion of vehicles to gas has other advantages:
Preserves the engine.
The engine is quieter when operating.
Reduction in wear and tear due to clean combustion.
Increased time between services and more.
Today, ever increasing fuel prices are translated into more and more vehicles being produced and factory supplied with gas propulsion systems or of older vehicles undergoing a gas conversion.
Tens of millions of private and public transport vehicles across the globe are powered by gas systems.
In Europe's crowded cities, areas exist where only vehicles that don't add to the air pollution are allowed to travel. The majority of taxis have also undergone a conversion to gas for this reason.
The concept of a "hybrid vehicle" is rapidly gaining popularity in advanced countries.
When we talk of a hybrid vehicle, we are referring to a vehicle that has a dual power system: petrol and gas.
Economic considerations, alongside the availability of petrol stations and the simple conversion process contribute to the increasing spread of gas powered vehicles. As a result there is a lowering of polluting emissions which contributes to the efforts to preserve the environment.
We invite you to consult with Pazgas's vehicle conversion experts to find out how you can convert your vehicle to gas quickly and simply so that you to can start to save.