According to data from the DGT, 2,113 Autogas vehicles were sold in January, with a share of vehicles of 1.9%, compared to 0.2% of those powered by natural gas, and 0.7% of electric vehicles. These figures confirm, as highlighted by the Spanish LPG Association (GasLicuado), “the consumers’ commitment to Autogas as the main option in the alternative vehicle market.”
With the ECO label, Autogas vehicles pay fewer taxes on municipal registration and circulation. Moreover, they can access to restricted areas, such as Madrid Almendra Central, and have benefits in regulated parking areas. In episodes of high pollution, LPG vehicles can also circulate without problems, unlike traditional diesel and gasoline, whose restrictions are increasing every day.