It seems to me that one of the biggest blows to the the production of CNG vehicles was the government allowing car companies to sell them E85 vehicles as 'alternative fuel vehicles'. E85 vehicles 1) use gasoline (at least 15%) all the time, 2) can use 100% gasoline, and 3) use Ethanol which according to most accounts takes more energy to create than it yields. Government purchases of dedicated and bi-fuel CNG vehicles was a great help to us and we need to figure out a way to get this included in whatever government gets Detroit to do (as much as I'm against what they're doing, as long as they're going to meddle we might as well get them to meddle the way we want them to.)
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