Transporters who have bought clean tractors are counting their losses: gas prices drive them to despair

High gas prices have also hit carriers that have invested in liquefied natural gas (LNG) trucks. Until the Russian war in Ukraine, such tractors made it possible to transport goods cheaper and with less pollution compared to traditional diesel vehicles. But now everything has turned around.

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