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Honda Dealer Opening Natural Gas Station

14 March 2007

A Los Angeles, California-area Honda dealer has begun construction of a natural gas station they say will make natural gas vehicles (NGVs) a more viable option for Antelope Valley residents.

The filling station is the nation’s first to be built at a Honda dealership and is thought to be the first at any US auto dealership. The station is expected to be fully operational within a month.

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what a great need to have anything to do with the oil companies anymore.

Pearson Ford in San Diego sells CNG. It is the only place that sells E85 in all of Californiam, and also sells Biodiesel, LPG, and let's you charge electric cars (conductively).

If all Honda dealers nationwide will install CNG filling stations, I will buy a Honda GX natural gas vehicle. The
obstacle has always been finding a filling station for CNG
on long trips.

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