Prins Autogassystemen launches new consumer platform in Germany, France and Spain with easy calculator


Eindhoven, March 2016 – Based on the Dutch initiative, Prins now also officially introduces its consumer platform www.prins-afs.com in Germany, France and Spain. Driving on Autogas (LPG) is cleaner and cheaper than driving on Petrol or Diesel, but is it also cheaper for everyone? As this may not always be clear, Prins launches the site with a calculator to easily calculate if running on Autogas is really beneficial for each individual. One can immediately (24/7) request online an offer for conversion (no strings attached).

The site is a platform together with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube where visitors can inform themselves about driving on Autogas and exchange information.


Website: www.prins-afs.com; de.prins-afs.com; fr.prins-afs.com; es.prins-afs.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prinsautogassystemen
Twitter: @Prins_Autogas
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/prins-autogassystemen/
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Prinsautogassystemen

“We see that Autogas is a popular but also a cleaner fuel in many countries and realize that still a lot of people have no idea what driving on Autogas means and what it can do for them, so we like to inform them via various channels with various type of stories. Driving on Autogas is cheaper and lowers CO2 and particle emissions drastically. If you can benefit from this, it is a great win, is it not?” says Marketing Manager of Prins, Angelique Berden.

Extended range with Autogas.
Prins offers various bi-fuel Autogas systems (for various car brands and engines; 3 up to 12 cylinder) that leave the original Petrol system intact. The range while driving on Autogas is additional to driving on Petrol. Depending on the size of the tank, one can drive about 600 kilometer on LPG. Adding the range when driving on Petrol, one can drive more than 1000 km without filling up. It is much cheaper driving as LPG is about 50% of the price of Petrol.

Esthetic conversion.
Nowadays one cannot see from the outside that the car is equipped with an LPG system as the tank is discretely hidden in the trunk (spare wheel compartment), and the switch is neatly assembled in the dashboard. The well designed components fit the motor compartment. Prins certified conversion centers can specifically tell what the options and the costs will be for a conversion.

Please visit www.prins-afs.com for the benefits the website and driving on Autogas offer.