Businesses related to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vehicles have called on the government to draw up strict regulations on safety standards instead of imposing a ban on LPG-fuelled vehicle registration.
Surasak Nittiwat, president of the Thai Auto Gas Business Association, shows the letter. SURAPOL PROMSAKA NA SAKOLNAKORN
Frequent reports about LPG vehicles catching fire in recent years pushed the Energy Ministry to propose a ban on the registration of new LPG vehicles.
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