Is CNG safe?
When compared to gasoline, CNG is a much safer fuel overall. CNG is lighter than air and tends to rise to the atmosphere versus pooling on the ground if a leak were to occur. CNG has a higher ignition temperature then gasoline, making it harder to ignite. All of the components in a CNG vehicle have a redundancy of at least two times working pressure. Working pressure in the CNG vehicle is 3600 psi.
Can I retrofit my existing daily driver?
This depends on the vehicle. There are different emissions standards throughout the country. Several have adopted CARB emission standards, the rest of the country follows EPA standards. Due to the complexity and cost of certification to the standards, not every vehicle or model year is a suitable candidate for conversion. Go to www.ngvc.org for more information. Vehicles such as hot rods, typically are exempt from these standards, with the exception...