Sunday, November 21, 2010

Is natural gas the fuel of the future?

Despite sparse filling stations, car owner swears by Civic GX

Staci Matlock | The New Mexican

"Albuquerque's Barry Bitzer likes the fact that his newly acquired Honda GX needs no gasoline and spits out almost zero emissions from the tailpipe.

The one problem with the natural-gas-fueled vehicle: There are only three public places in the state to refuel it. "The one thing I cannot yet do with my CNG Honda GX is drive interstate to the west, south or east," Bitzer said. "There are no fueling stations for it within my 250- to 300-mile range."' More>>>>

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