I was considering a duel fuel LPG conversion for my car, when I was
asked by the garage if I travelled in europe. I said that I did, and
they asked if I used the Eurotunnel. I answered again that I did, and
they then told me that LPG isn't allowed in the tunnel!
When I looked at the Eurotunnel website, I noticed to my horror that
not only was it true that LPG isn't allowed...
...more disturbingly the company had chosen to flaunt its wares on the
public using an image of one of those disgusting little souless french
I can just see you disconnecting the fuel tank before boarding, pushing the
car on board, pushing off at other end....
Meanwhile, you walk through in the (middle) escape tunnel with the tank
under your arm....
But you can have a small container with a valve, as you can see if you try
to make a booking on the website. Really helpful in your case.
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
Maybe as some sort of car-karma punishment for that comment I drove a
206 for a couple of hundred miles yesterday (a shiney new red one,
ohhh). You are right, it really looks great. Unfortuanately I think
Peugeot spent 90% of the budget on the exterior design before they
realised they had to design an interior. It is cheap, nasty, plastic,
uncomfortable, dated and noisy... very, very, very noisy. Did I
mention that it is noisy? Like fighter plane in a death dive noisy!
So it may have been car-karma that made me drive one, but my worst
fears about the experience weren't any match with the terrible
experience that driving one of these 'beautiful' cars turned out to
be. Please spare a moment for the poor sap sitting behind the wheel
of the next one you see out there on the road, they may look like they
are smiling, but I can assure you it is a grimace.
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