Natural gas is going to change the way you drive. From small cars to long-haul tractor-trailer trucks, natural gas can cut fuel costs and reduce emissions.
Light-duty vehicles such as cars, pickups and vans can convert from gasoline to compressed natural gas (CNG), and more and more businesses and cities are switching their buses and fleets as well. Long-haul trucks, which transport the bulk of goods in the U.S., can save money by switching to liquefied natural gas (LNG), which will soon be available from coast to coast.
You’ll feel no difference in the way a natural gas vehicle (NGV) drives compared to a gasoline-fueled vehicle, except in your wallet, which will feel much heavier as a result of the cost savings of up to 50%. And as consumers and businesses demand more CNG and LNG, you’ll find pumps in more places – with a much lower price than gasoline.
Changing the way the nation drives will slash the amount of oil we have to import from overseas, boost the economy and further secure America’s future.