Can a bi-fuel car run on petrol only?

I've been offered £450 off the list price for the Bi-Fuel Dacia Sandero, but there are no LPG stations near me. Should I take it and run it on petrol only, or pay extra and get the petrol-only version?

Asked on 23 February 2024 by Alan Ferris

Answered by David Ross
No harm will be done by running the Sandero Bi-Fuel on petrol alone, so in plain terms it does mean a saving of £450. Although there are no LPG stations near you, you could check for stations when you are making longer journeys and take advantage of the opportunity to fill up with LPG.
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