With high gasoline prices in Brazil, professional drivers migrate to CNG and save 50%

According to Uber driver Hugo Costa, with fuel prices at high levels, consumers, especially drivers of the transport system by apps, have been juggling to save money when it comes time to fill up.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After 11 consecutive increases in gasoline prices, drivers in the Federal District Brasília are increasingly turning to compressed natural gas (CNG), which, according to experts, helps save almost 50% of the expenses at the end of the month.

According to Uber driver Hugo Costa, with fuel prices at high levels, consumers, especially drivers of the transport system by apps, have been juggling to save money when it comes time to fill up.

According to Alexandre Pereira, owner of a company that installs the conversion kit for natural gas, the demand for the service has grown . . .

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