If there is a country in Europe with a long tradition of using LPG in the automotive sector, it is undoubtedly Romania. In general, the whole of Eastern Europe has a long history of using Autogas in its vehicles, but the implementation in Romania goes even higher.
Its already traditional oil production led to a greater use of refined products obtaining an excess of LPG that they used for road mobility, which together with a lower price produced a massive adoption of LPG vehicles by the Romanian population.
As a result of this, supply needs led to the widespread introduction of LPG at refuelling stations throughout the country.
In Romania there are currently 702 filling stations offering LPG for sale to the public, a network that reaches any location in the country.