Technology allows CNG users to fuel at home
Natural gas vehicle drivers don’t have to go far to find a way to fill up on compressed natural gas, with equipment available to let them fuel up at home.
Jeff Maxwell has a device about the size of a golf bag on his garage wall that means he hardly ever has to go to the gas station anymore.He had a home fueling system installed at his Edmond home in early 2009 after he purchased a Honda Civic GX, which runs only on compressed natural gas. Maxwell said all he has to do is plug in his car when he gets home at night. “It’s usually filled in the morning, no problem,” said Maxwell, information technology manager at...
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