Bottle-gas driven vehicles possess a number of advantages in comparison with automobiles using petroleum, but their use requires careful adherence to safety regulations.
Traffic on the street.
A bus running on compressed gas.
The car drives into the courtyard of the Convoy.
The mechanic checks the tightness of the gas pipelines.
Gas car parking.
The driver closes the valves on the cylinders and the crosspiece.
The place of gas release.
The driver releases gas from the cylinders.
Workshop for the repair of cars with gas equipment.
The car is in a repair shop.
Adjustment of gas equipment.
Locksmiths repair the equipment.
A locksmith inspects the gas equipment of the machine.
The driver gets into the cab.
The driver lifts the hood of the car for ventilation.
The checkpoint mechanic checks the car before leaving for the line.
The car arrives at the gas station.
Filling the car with gas.
The car is on the highway.
A fire in a car on the highway.
The driver extinguishes the fire.