Gas in vehicles I read with interest your editorial entitled "Gas as vehicle fuel" (OGJ, June 4, p. 26). Good points. Here is one more. One big problem with using natural gas or hydrogen is the fact that pressurized tanks develop leaks. It is going to happen sooner or later. Therefore, parking gas-fueled vehicles in a closed garage will generate a certain percentage of explosions. It won't be long before insurance companies mandate that gas-powered vehicles be parked outdoors. (People who heat their homes with propane will be familiar with the outdoor tank.) This would be a major disruption for personal vehicles normally parked in garages. I wonder if the feds are aware of thi...

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