thats of course possible,can it be that it's not as common in other parts of DR? i don't recall seeing natural gas station in POP area...
i HAVE LIVED HERE 20 YEARS NEVER HEARD OF A BLOW UP IN A CAR WITH PROPANE., GAS STATIONS, MANY!!!to me, "average" means death sentence. propane system cars blow up on regular basis here. if you must, go for a good one. my FIL installed one in his tundra and it was close to 100k pesos.
similar statistics here for me.i HAVE LIVED HERE 20 YEARS NEVER HEARD OF A BLOW UP IN A CAR, GAS STATIONS, MANY!!!
thanks for that answer.The tank for natural gas is heavier due to the increased pressure required to keep natural gas in a liquid form, that would
be one item to consider. Natural gas has LESS btu than propane, it takes more natural gas to do the same job versus
Fully agree with lots of caution when choosing who installs any gas system.this is a very common occurence in DR. i cannot use my computer atm but i will look up links. but just look at that article from last year: http://eldia.com.do/instalaciones-glp-siguen-explotando-vehiculos/
i saw a pickup where faulty gas system caused explosion, here in costambar, a corner away from my house. presidente bottles that were in the back melted flat.
sad story indeed.Fully agree with lots of caution when choosing who installs any gas system.
A couple of weeks ago my wife?s aunt?s grandson (4 yo boy) passed away due to complications (which were partly the fault of the hospital) after he was passing a street, the gas system in a camioneta nearby exploded, somehow gas was leaking, the leaking gas (without fumes) followed the boy, eventually the fumes followed this gas, and caught the boy, who was then running on the street his back on fire. 3rd degree burns.
I have driven a few vehicles here with gas installed, it?s really comfortable on long trips, but extreme caution is recommended...