During my recent test drive of a 2014 Ford F-150 bi-fuel pickup that was equipped to run on gasoline and compressed natural gas (CNG), I shot a quick video with my phone while making a routine pit stop at an Indianapolis filling station.


The process of filling up with CNG or other gaseous fuels is not much different than liquid fuels, but it does take slightly longer. In most cases, a CNG pickup may take 10 or so minutes to fill up a tank with 20-30 gasoline gallon equivalents (GGE). The upside is that you are paying far less to buy the fuel. At this particular station, the price was $2.24 per GGE.


After the video, feel free to head over to the test drive to learn more about features, driving range, fuel economy and costs.