In Brazil, many cars run on gas.
Big whoop! Most of the car in the U.S. and everywhere else are run on gas.
No, not gasoline. Natural gas.
After a little research, I discovered that there are a handful of cars in the U.S. that run on natural gas, but not many.
Of course, natural gas is better for the environment. But here is how it works in Brazil:
In this case, the gas tank is in the bed of the truck. Often you will see the tank at the back underneath of the car.
I’m CERTAIN someone engineered a way to make sure that if a natural-gas operating car were to be rear-ended, it would not result in a mind-blowing explosion.