The number of CNG vehicles has grown considerably in the world over the last decade – about 18 million in use.
- Passenger cars are usually bivalent – they use two fuels.
- The vehicle starts up and uses the default compressed gas (CNG), at the end of which the power system automatically and unobtrusively switches to petrol.
- After CNG refuelling, the car starts to run on compressed gas again.
- The use of compressed gas is more efficient and more cost effective than gasoline.
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