What if any Oklahoma or Federal laws govern a private individual installing a CNG kit on their own vehicle for their own use?
Goodness, I did not know they existed and would like to know more - but more about someone else installing. I found cnginterstate.com as one but have not figured out the web site to know more about people who are using the technology.
Could you give links to more info that you have researched?
CNG Interstate is very vague about products and pricing. Here is link to the most thorough CNG converson kit, info, and pricing we have found: http://www.ewsews.com/cnghome.html
Link to various CNG alternatives http://alternativefuels.about.com/od/naturalgasvehicles/a/cngconver...
There is a group of Oklahoma engineers who want to install CNG systems on their own vehicles but want to check any regulations covering private individuals doing their own installations.
This is link to OK gov contacts that should know http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/laws/poc/OK
This is link to laws that we know of http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/laws/laws/OK/tech/3846
Do you want someone to install a CNG conversion?