The closest found was access:hazmat (only 15x in TagInfo), and was thinking of access:gpl=no and access:lpg=no, which few days ago was first time observed at a new supermarket's 'in-building' access route to roof and underground parking. Saw today a sign at a condominium's underground parking which in the UK is coded UK:622.8 "no vehicles carrying explosives".

Any pointers appreciated, all the more now the attention is peaked, had noticed a no-hazmat truck sign before a long tunnel like this https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/hazmat maybe hazmat:gpl and hazmat:lpg are the better combinations.

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Are you asking about a vehicle transporting LPG, or powered by LPG? Dangerous good legal restrictions usually excludes fuel for a vehicle itself.

(01 Jan, 14:45) Kovoschiz

Pertaines purely to vehicles with an LPG/GPL installation. The signs are there because the law does not register with too many, thusly tag according.

(01 Jan, 20:12) SekeRob
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Definitely not hazmat=no. That only applies to the cargo.

A similar question on the tagging mailing list in 2017 yielded no usable answer unfortunately.

(01 Jan, 20:30) TZorn

I'll go ahead and tag it with vehicle:gpl=no and see what the cavalry makes of it. Taginfo has 40 such entries, not popular, but better than introducing a fabrication.

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