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The Renewable Resource Of Natural Gas Cars

By Mike Jones

Let’s say that where you live there is a constant flow of fresh mountain water available for your use every day but ever since you were little your T.V. has told you that you can only buy bottled water even though you have this wonderful replenish able resource right at your fingertips. Does that not sound a little idiotic? It is the same thing that we have been doing to ourselves for years by brushing aside natural gas solutions.

Natural gas is a replenish-able resource and renews itself within a matter of a few years. With natural gas our economy could feel safe knowing that we will not run out of the resource that fuels our ability to have fast, reliable transportation.

Natural gas is cheap and costs a measly 70 cents a gallon. Natural gas runs clean and allows your car to run much longer than most other cars, up to 700,000 miles to be exact. Natural gas is becoming more and more popular as time goes on, and you are able to make a difference by switching to natural gas and helping to change the trend so that it becomes our primary source of fuel.

Natural gas kits can be installed on your current vehicle for less then you pay for a whole year of oil based gas, and it ends up saving you thousands every year on top of that. Oil based fuel is harmful to the environment and expensive. In the news the country is hearing a lot about the BP oil rig that is leaking into our ocean and killing our marine life which illustrates how dangerous oil really is.

Cars that run on natural gas last anywhere from 500000 to 700000 miles before the engine breaks which is more than most cars can touch. Natural gas runs cleaner and keeps your engine and the environment much cleaner. CNG kits are incredibly safe and reliable. Tests on the natural gas tanks using dynamite caused little damage on the tank. In short the natural gas systems are efficient and can make a difference in the economy if Americans make the push to transition.

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Jones, Mike "The Renewable Resource Of Natural Gas Cars." The Renewable Resource Of Natural Gas Cars. 9 Jul. 2010. 26 Jul 2014 <>.

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