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Jack Roberts

Work Truck Show wrap-up

| March 10, 2013

Everything I’ve seen – both at a recent visit to Westport Innovations and at the Work Truck Show — has convinced me that fleets no longer need convincing. They’re educated now and know if natural gas is a good fit for their applications. But until they’ve got access to plentiful and reliable fueling options, it’s simply not a practical move yet for many to commit to.

Once infrastructure catches up to the OEMs – and suppliers are working hard to make it so – I think we’re really going to see a natural gas revolution ripple across this industry.

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  • Collin

    I have a work van now and I’m not really a fan as much as I once was. I’ve actually been looking at Rocky Ridge Chevy Trucks for sale for the horsepower. I feel like as these trucks and vans come out with better gas mileage and more features that the scooby doo vans will slowly begin to disappear from the trade workers.

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