The main benefit of a vehicle fueled by compressed natural gas is the cheap cost of fuel: a gallon of CNG costs less than $2.
The downside: there are only 11 public CNG fueling stations in Pennsylvania.
Here’s a map of the locations where drivers can fill up natural gas-fueled vehicles. Click on each marker for an address and phone number. It’s best to call a station before you show up looking for gas — some companies require drivers to pre-register before using CNG pumps.
For more on how many people are using natural gas to power their cars and trucks, click here.
Source: The U.S. Department of Energy