You must present copies of your ID card, as well as the ID card of the person who will deliver the car, on both sides and in force. In the case of not having it, copies of the driver’s license can be presented, as long as the document is in force or the renewal receipt.
Now we can talk about compressed natural gas, hydrogen, hybrid engines of gasoline or diesel and electricity, bi-fuel with gasoline, and even 100% electric vehicles where we find “plug-in” to charge in the domestic network, extended range electric vehicles, which generate electricity once consumed the available in their batteries… The options do not stop growing, mixing, and reinventing themselves without giving us time to assimilate what the future could bring us.
But today we want to share with you the interesting alternative proposed by the AOGLP and which is the present, as it has gained a lot of presence in the sector: we are referring to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) or autogas.
This is an alternative fuel based on propane and butane gas obtained by extracting and refining petroleum. In other words, autogas is the result of using the surplus gases that result from the distillation of gasoline and diesel from the crude oil that arrives at the refinery. In addition, this ecological origin is environmentally friendly as it is much cleaner since it does not contain lead or sulfur.
How to remove diesel from a tank
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If you have an old, empty propane tank, you’re probably wondering how to get rid of it. However, because propane tanks contain a flammable gas, they can’t simply be tossed in the trash with the rest of the garbage. Fortunately, there are several convenient ways to safely dispose of, replace or even refill your empty propane tank.
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If you have a contract in force, you will be charged a penalty for cancelling your contractThe customer should pay special attention to the contract’s permanence clause, since if it is still in force, the cancellation process will be more expensive.
However, if you still have a contract in force, you will have to pay the penalty established in your contract. Selectra will advise you on all the steps and will help you negotiate with other potential distributors to reduce costs.
Therefore, if you wish to terminate your contract, you may have to pay a penalty of 600€ to 2.000€. These are called “termination charges” and are quite high, although they vary from one supplier to another and depend on the time remaining before the expiration of the contract.
If your gas tank is rented from the distributor, the latter will be responsible for handling all the formalities to remove it. Ask your distributor or call Selectra for personal advice on your installation.
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For buried tanks that are to be extracted, caution should be exercised and high heat sources should not be applied when cutting, scrapping or excavating due to the risk of generating potentially explosive or flammable hydrocarbon vapors or pockets.
In this case, the fuel and contaminated soil will be removed and the waste will be managed in accordance with the environmental regulations contained in Law 10/1998 of April 21 in Royal Decree 9/2005 of January 14 and in the corresponding regional legislation.
Once any of the actions described above have been carried out, the installations attached to the cancelled or extracted tank will be sealed and all the manholes and confined spaces of the rest of the installation will be filled with the material described in the previous section.
In a service station where there are fuel storage tanks for supplying automotive vehicles, in industries, companies or homes with fuel storage tanks (diesel, gasoline or fuel oil) for heating, hot water or supplying engines, when these tanks are to be taken out of service for different reasons, either due to a change of fuel, technology, closure or cessation of business or replacement of installations, there are regulations to be followed and these are included in the Complementary Technical Instruction MI-IP06 published in the