Just curious why CNG conversions are not BOOMING at the present? With the unleaded ripoffs at present it seems running CNG is looking like a very valid option??? It is about 2.40/gal equiv in Texas and only .91/gal equiv in OK just across the line. Is now the time???
Conversions with tanks are available for 3-4K so the payback isn't all that long anymore..
Notice, I did not say PROPANE I said CNG which is not a petroleum by product like propane!
Natural Gas is available and has a large supply just not many filling stations - (great Government isn't it!) There are a ton of new wells here in DFW area - production couldn't get a better hit than that. There are lots of Cities are running it, many fleets are running it, is it time for us the normal drivers to start running it?
Why or why not?