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Another CNG Bus(Built by Tata) goes up in flames in Delhi -Are CNG Buses Safe now??

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Asked by SriniVenkat, 05 Dec '09 01:07 pm
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One or two per centage of mishap cannot be an indication of catastrophe. Even the mighty unsinkbale Titanic has sunk.
Answered by Siachen, 05 Dec '09 01:55 pm

 
  
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Any vehichle would go up in flames if maintaned in the manner these buses are.
Leaking pipes....carburettors without proper sealing....rusted under carriage including fuel tanks and what not.
If we were to check the condition of the engine and pipes and tyres of these buses...probably would fear to board them at all.
So CNG is not to be blamed....one has to check for leakages even at home when using cooking gas cylinders....and that is even more relevant for thes non-stop used transports.
Answered by prasoon, 05 Dec '09 01:31 pm

 
  
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