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bi-fuel vehicle

A bi-fuel vehicle is one with a multifuel engine capable of running on two fuels. On vehicles with a traditional internal combustion engines, one of the two fuels is gasoline or diesel, and the other is an alternate fuel (alt fuel) such as natural gas (CNG), LPG, or hydrogen. In a bi-fuel vehicle, the two fuels are stored in separate tanks and the engine runs on one fuel at a time (which is distinguished from more common flex-fuel -- or dual-fuel -- vehicles).

Bi-fuel vehicles can switch back and forth from the two fuels, either manually or automatically, and the two different fuels are mixed together and stored in the same tank (again, unlike flex-fuel).

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Director of Product Marketing, Verizon Connect

Todd Ewing from Verizon Connect

Director of Product Marketing, Verizon Connect

http://www.fleetmatics.com/
Chief Operating Officer

Jack Firriolo

Chief Operating Officer

http://www.merchantsfleetmanagement.com/
Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

https://www.wexinc.com
Executive Vice President of eDriving

Ed Dubens

Executive Vice President of eDriving

https://www.edriving.com/fleet/products-and-services/