As clearly seen, the communication between the vehicle and the LPG system in ordinary sequential system is made through the same channel, which is used for both running the vehicle and signal computation, thus causing slowdown in the system. Hence, some of the computations are made on estimation and flawless performance is not achieved In Plus Dual Sequential system, the system running the vehicle on LPG and the system making the computations use separate routes, thus achieving flawless performance and at the same time making accurate analysis and simultaneous computations. This in turn means longer engine life, better performance and more economical drive. Since the ordinary sequential systems are incapable to carry on the LPG mode on high RPM, the system, automatically switches to gasoline mode in order to overcome this problem, thus resulting in high gasoline consumption and rendering the system less economical With Vogas Plus, the vehicle works perfectly on high RPM eradicating all the above-mentioned problems,thanks to the Vogas.

 

     

 

 

     

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LPG Grants

In the 2009 budget, the Treasurer made slight changes to the grants for LPG conversion. Whilst the Federal Government has announced some changes, the LPG rebate scheme will still provide support for LPG conversions in the years ahead.

The government has also now provided a written commitment to continue the scheme for another five years until 30 June 2014.

Furthermore the Federal Government also announced that small businesses will now be able to claim a bonus tax deduction of 50 per cent - up from 30 per cent previously of the cost of eligible assets acquired between 13 December 2008 and 31 December 2009, and installed by 31 December 2010. This has the added advantage of small businesses potentially claiming 50% of the LPG conversion cost on eligible company vehicles up to December 2009.

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From 1 July 2009, the LPG Vehicle Scheme will provide grants for conversions of private use vehicles at the following rates...

1. $1,750 for conversions 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010

2. $1,500 for conversions 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011

3. $1,250 for conversions 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012

4. $1,000 for conversions 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2014

LPG is typically at least 50 percent cheaper than other automotive fuels, meaning you can achieve significant; savings from day one, and recover the cost of a conversion in a relatively short period of time.