:Cool: Nice write up. However? You say:-
The GASLOW system has saved me about £400 in the 6 months it has been fitted. By the end of the year it will have paid for its self and I will then be in pocket every time I fill up. How many “extras” you fit can actually save you money in the long run?
I haven't used that much GAS (LPG) since I sold our LPG converted 1988 Coachmen Classic. I'm not disputing your claim? BUT? Are you SURE? Can you please explain how the saving arises?
We Full-Time too (have done for 11 years with 7 in an RV), but we don't use that much gas. I agree there is a saving. But even in the depths of winter we don't use that much.What you must also take into account is that I full time in my 'van, so use gas everyday. Dave 656
How totally extravagant of hubby,I found 4 bicycle repair kits hidden around various cupboards)
would be even cheaper if you could convince the gas supplier it was for 'domestic use' only rather then paying 'road' fuel tax rate......i believe 'domestic' is rated at 5%vat .:thumb:Here is how I worked it out. I used 1 6kg Calor Gas bottle in a week, the replacement cost £16.75p. Now there are 26 weeks in 6 months, so 26 x £16.75p = £435.50p. Just checked how much the GasLow was and it was £450. Now with bulk LPG being about 42p litre and there being 22 litres in each of my 11kg bottles, each bottle costs £9.24 to fill. The 6kg bottle contains 12 lites @ £1.39454 per litre. If you work out the difference between Calor and LPG, I save about 95p per litre. What you must also take into account is that I full time in my 'van, so use gas everyday.