Georgia City Adding Its First Light-Duty CNG Pickups


The city council in Covington, Ga., has approved the acquisition of five bi-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) RAM pickup trucks from Chrysler Group through Mississippi-based dealership Ginn Motor Co.

According to a report from The Covington News, the city will pay $35,250 for each vehicle – a figure that includes a discount ‘because the trucks are part of a sale that fell through’ for Memphis, Miss., the report says.

Covington will have its own CNG refueling station online by April 2014. The city had previously budgeted $500,000 for the purchase of natural gas vehicles, and at least four additional trucks are currently being eyed for retirement and subsequent replacement with NGVs.

Read The Covington News' article HERE.

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