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#1 Post by lebesset » Wed Nov 16, 2005 7:36 am

~I know that this forum is in theory LPG only , but it seems that most members have an interest in alternative fuels in general <BR>many years ago , a kiwi friend of mine told me that it was possible to run a vehicle by having a pump which compressed your town gas supply <BR>at night , you plugged into the gas and the pump would fill the tank overnight , cutting out at the maximum pressure allowed <BR>the trick was , apparently , to remember to unplug before you drove of in the morning ! <BR> <BR>does anyone know if <BR>this system is/was legal in NZ <BR>it is still being done

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#2 Post by classicswede » Sun Nov 27, 2005 10:53 am

I see no reason why you can not do it. In most of euro land CNG is more popular than lpg
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#3 Post by steve_96 » Mon Jan 16, 2006 11:57 pm

Up until we moved from NZ (2001) we knew at least one person doing this legally. <BR> <BR>Mind you, save Auckland and Wellington not much more of the Country has any gas supply, so you could never say the practice is or was widespread. <BR> <BR>It is legal in UK as long as all safety criteria are met and you pay the duty for road use.

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