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With the number of vehicles increasing every day, the amount of pollution is also increasing. Air pollution is one of the poisonous hazards created by humans is also harming the nature. To overcome pollution problems, engineers introduced engines compatible to run with LPG and CNG gasses in order to save the environment. The CNG vehicles are pretty popular in metro cities like Delhi. All you need to do it get the government approved kit installed in the vehicle and driving with these types of fuels. At the same time, they bring better fuel average. Its advantages to nature are amazing. These vehicles are available in all types of transmission.

What is CNG?

It stands for Compressed Natural Gas, a fuel which can be used instead of petrol. It produces less undesirable gases as compared to other available fuels and is safe in the event of a spill, as it is lighter than air and is dispersed in no time when released. As the name suggests, it is produced by compressing natural gases to less than 1 percent of the volume it occupies in standard air pressure.