Traditional gasoline internal combustion engines can be converted to bi-fuel engines that use compressed natural gas (CNG). CNG takes up more space than gasoline because it is a gas rather than a liquid and requires more space for storage in a vehicle. When a car is converted the CNG tank is usually installed in the trunk of the car or the bed of a pickup.
The US has federal tax credits available for buying a new CNG vehicle (which would have the CNG tank located underneath the car, saving space).
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