Yes, you can run on either fuel by selecting the fuel you wish to use with the push of a button on the dash. You can even switch while driving.
No, it is actually better for your engine since it's a cleaner burning fuel.
It depends on the vehicle type and engine size. You should get about the same miles-per-gallon from natural gas as you did from gasoline or diesel fuel.
We work with several factory-trained installers qualified to retrofit your vehicles. We can partner with you to identify qualified installers in your area.
There are conversion kits for several diesel engines. A diesel engine requires a dual fuel system, meaning the fuel will be a mixture of diesel and natural gas.
Yes. We only promote the use of certified, approved conversions. Learn more about EPA approved kits at the EPA Alternative Fuel Page.
You may qualify for federal and state rebates and credits. We can help you uncover all applicable federal and state information.
You will be able to pass all emissions inspections. Conversion kits are designed to meet or exceed the most stringent emissions standards. Your emissions will be much lower if tested while running on natural gas as opposed to gasoline or diesel fuel.
We do not recommend installing the conversion kit yourself. We work with several qualified installers who are factory trained. We can partner with you to identify qualified installers in your area.
EPA-certified conversion installations cost $10,000 and up, and are available for many late model light- and heavy-duty vehicle engines.
The conversion parts and tank are intended to last as long as the vehicle is in use.
NGV storage cylinders are made of a thicker metal than a thin plastic or metal gasoline tank. Millions of cars have been driving safely on natural gas for years, including many federal, state, and local government vehicles.
Yes, you can install more than one tank to increase your driving range, particularly in heavy-duty vehicles
No. Once the tank has reached its end of certification date it cannot be reused.
You only need to perform a quick visual inspection of your system each time you fill your car with natural gas.
Yes, and you should get a much better price for your vehicle.
Yes, it can be removed and installed in another vehicle, but you will need to discuss that with a certified installer at that time
Yes, we will work with you to develop the right solution for you.