So i wonder if "they" will ever go the way of large over the road tractors and use LNG which is easier to use, ie less equipment and faster to implement nation wide.. it, like CNG has a downside but overall better than gas and cheaper.
I have seen the CNG cars and pickup mostly ones owned by city, county governments but was not aware of them for public. guess they don't sell that many of them but you never see them advertised on TV either.
if you go to cleanenergy.com and find the videos you can learn a lot about the difference between CNG and LNG and why LNG is a better way to do nat gas in vehicles.
ps: this is the company boone pickens was heavy involved with several yrs ago and still own quite a number of share.
pss. from what i was reading they are fitted with both CNG and gas or diesel tanks that the bi fuel compont. i remember trucks in military that would run on gas, diesel, jet fuel, alcohol etc. from 20 yrs ago. deuce and a half trucks.
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