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Autogas is the term generally used for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) when it is used for the propulsion of road vehicle.
LPG is obtained as a by-
When it is pressurised it becomes a liquid and it is in this form that it is pumped into your tank. Compared to petrol, Autogas has a higher octane rating (RON). For example, Super grade petrol is 98 octane , ordinary Lead Free petrol is 95 octane. LPG is over 100 octane.
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