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Monday, December 11, 2017

GRAVENHURST–For a recent trip up to cottage country, I had the choice of driving my 2001 VW GTI 1.8T or a 2002 4x4 Chevrolet Suburban. In the hopes of saving money, I took the Suburban.Huh? An 8.1 L V8 Texas Cadillac over a four-cylinder compact hatch?The deciding factor here was cost of fuel. My GTI likes premium gas, which at the time was $1.37 per litre. This Suburban, on the other hand, sported a propane conversion, and liquid propane was trading at a very nostalgic 61.9 cents per litre.If you're like me, propane-powered vehicles are somewhat of a mysterious proposition. Sure, I've seen the cabbies filling up at the propane tank, but cabbies are pretty mysterious creatures too...

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These days when gas prices are skyrocketing, drivers are looking for any possible way to reduce gas consumption: from small things like maintaining proper pressure in tires, avoiding unnecessary trips, trying to drive smoothly, car pooling etc. But, really, savings from these measures are inessential, especially when we are talking about fleets. PHD Group Canada Inc., company based in Mississauga, Ontario, offers its customers much more "radical" way to save on fuel consumption – we talking about 20% in savings. We met the key specialist of the company Darek Szuba and... asked him a few questions...

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