Bottled gas seller Prímagáz is lobbying to change Hungarian regulations that prohibit vehicles fueled with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from public parking garages, Prímagáz told MTI on Tuesday.
LPG vehicles present less danger of exploding than do cars that run on petrol, Prímagáz said.
An annual 25,000 tons of LPG for vehicles is sold in Hungary.
The proportion of LPG vehicles in Western Europe is expected to reach 10% in by 2015, said Prímagáz technical director Tamás Kirilly. (MTI-Econews)