The administration is making plans to make it obligatory for makers of LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) and CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) kits for vehicles to provide guarantee of such products.
This declaration has been made by a Ministry of Road spokesperson.
The Road Transport and Highways Ministry, during a gathering later this week with makers is expected to settle the plan and it would be prepared by the coming three to four months period.
“This week, kit makers have been called for a gathering with the ministry to settle on how to make the guarantee operational for kits,” he said.
At the present time, the LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) and CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) cylinders, which are equipped in vehicles do not provide any assurance.
“We are confident that by the coming three to four months period it would be made operational,” he stated, adding that the plan is to offer genuine and secure products to clientele.
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) and CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) are stacked away under diverse pressures and are appropriate for utilization in vehicles, which have been peculiarly prepared to accept one of the two.
In the meantime, in order to introduce an eco friendly and energy competent vehicle, the Road Ministry may shortly settle down the plan of permitting ‘quadricycle’ to run on domestic roads.
A quadricycle is a 4 wheeled human catered land car.
The plan would be settles down by a board led by the Road Secretary, after deliberations with the different stakeholders over security, surroundings and energy competence linked matters.
Both CNG as well as LPG kits equipped in cars provide clients with a lot of advantages however are not without their share of hazards. The plan of this new Government announcement is to assure customers that utilization of these fuel alternatives are genuine and protected.