Absolutely true - 100%. The biggest, and honestly only real problem with running propane is filling up when you need to. Finding the auto fuel refill stations is no easy convenient task. But, they are out there, just need to find them and they aren't usually 24/7 by any means either. Mostly just at the actual Propane supplier locations. You can just get and run BBQ propane, same exact stuff, just different filling fittings and tank requirements. Which is mostly all about making sure you pay your road taxes when it goes into a road vehicle. I do believe you can also purchase non-taxed LPG and then pay the taxes yourself manually if you want to do it all legally as they will make you do if you get caught. I have a 29 gal LPG for my pickup and I also have a forklift tank and a hose that can connect the 2 in an emergency if I were to run out. You can also do the same thing with a simple BBQ tank or even a little propane torch cylinder if you wanted and just needed to get off the side of the road and maybe down a mile or 2. I don't drive too far out of town because my truck is an old 50's farm truck and not good for long trips anyway. But, I do have to remember to get a fill up 8-5 M-F only or hope I have enough for the weekend if I forget. If they just had more propane tanks at gas stations, it would be not much of a concern. Chicken/egg problem though. Not enough demand because too much of a pain to fill up therefore not enough suppliers willing to invest in the few $'s and space for a tank and effort to deal with the few LPG wackos who just can't go along with the program. Again, keep in mind, the gas companies also supply LPG as it is largely produced as a by-product of gasoline refining. So, you would think it wouldn't be that hard to promote and distribute something you already make anyway. But, with that said, LPG is not a magic cure all and held down by conspiracy. Since it is a by-product of gasoline refinement, you still need to refine a lot of gas to get a lot of LPG. So, you can't just have all LPG and then little demand for the gas. Ideally you sell exactly all the LPG and other products you make and there isn't any extra supply to hold down prices on any of it. When LPG was in much lower demand years ago, they use to just burn it offs as just total waste. That is what the flames were mostly at the top of the refining towers. You don't really see those any more for environmental reason too - at least in the US anyway. They probably still do it where they can and don't want to be bothered with dealing with the "waste" gases.