Natural gas trucks are trucks that use natural gas for fuel instead of gasoline or diesel fuel. They have engines that are similar to traditional gasoline-powered engines except for being powered by a special compressed ... More »

One tip for buying a natural gas truck is to select a vehicle that has a sufficient operating range. Vehicles powered by natural gas typically travel less distance in between fuel stops than conventional gasoline powered... More »

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There is no Environmental Protection Agency fuel-economy rating for the F-250, but Autotrader reports that diesel models are capable of up to 20 miles per gallon on the open road on the 2014 model. The Chronicle, an Aust... More »

While the specifics of individual models may vary, diesel motorhomes tend to be more fuel efficient than gas motor homes because diesel fuel allows for the creation of more energy than gasoline. However, in most areas, d... More »

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A natural gas regulator works to maintain the fuel at constant pressure as per the recommendation of the burner manufacturer. It is a valve that automatically cuts off the flow of gas at a specific pressure. It works in ... More »

Natural gas is a fossil fuel and a non-renewable energy source. While it is available in abundance in 2014, like petroleum, there is a limit to the amount of natural gas available. The primary compound in natural gas is ... More »

It is not safe to use diesel fuel in a kerosene heater. According to the National Kerosene Heater Association, the American Petroleum Institute and the Consumer Product Safety Commission, only K-1 grade kerosene should b... More »