LPG

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by philbrawn, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. philbrawn

    philbrawn Funster

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    what are the rules on takeing lpg powered motorhome through channel tunnel we are hopeing to buy a b class american rv but dont know wether to get a diesel or petrol/lpg. thanks
     
  2. pablomc

    pablomc Funster Life Member

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    It does not look like you can if you looking at the site.

    Check out the important info near the bottom of the page.

    Edit to add see here also.
     
  3. slobadoberbob

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    no you cannot

    My RV has LPG for cooking, heating and fridge.. that is allowed, but they do check the tank is turned off and how much LPG you have on board 3/4 tank only allowed.

    They will not accept LPG powered vehicles.


    Bob
     
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    As Bob says, gas for cooking is OK because it can be turned off at the tank/bottle before boarding. LPG powered vehicles not allowed because they cannot be turned off.
     
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