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CNG burns cleaner than gasoline or diesel, emitting fewer pollutants such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter. Converting vehicles to CNG helps reduce air pollution and mitigate the environmental impact of transportation. Converting vehicles to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) can result in substantial savings on fuel expenses, particularly for high-consumption fleets or vehicles, as CNG generally costs less than gasoline or diesel when compared on an energy-equivalent basis. This conversion can be a pivotal aspect of a comprehensive fleet management strategy aimed at enhancing operational efficiency, cutting costs, and bolstering environmental stewardship.

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