All brands now have autogas lpg outlets for automotive vehicles, although the differences in the quality of autogas lpg from one brand to another are very noticeable.
Royal Decree 61/2006 establishes the minimum characteristics that an autogas lpg fuel must contain and it is known that certain suppliers do not comply with this specification in the olefins section: their product has more than the permitted amount and can damage your vehicle. One piece of advice is to refuel with leading brands whose product is refined and complies with Spanish regulations.
With consumption growth of 50% per year, Liquefied Gas or Autogas is the most widely used alternative fuel in Spain.
With substantial economic savings for the driver and emission reductions of up to 90% compared to traditional fuels, the future of this alternative fuel in Spain looks promising.
Autogas is spreading throughout Spain, so driving your own LPG-powered car is no problem, no matter how remote a part of the peninsula you choose to travel to. And even if you run out of the cheaper, greener fuel, petrol is always there to save the day.
In Spain there are currently 813 filling stations offering LPG for sale to the public.