What is CNG?

CNG or compressed natural gas is a domestically available, economical, clean burning, alternative fuel source for vehicles.

Rather than burn gasoline or diesel fuel, a consumer would fuel their vehicle with natural gas. In order to provide enough range, the gas is compressed and stored on the vehicle in pressurized tanks. Tanks that can hold up to 3,600 psi. hence the name Compressed Natural Gas.

Sounds a little scary doesn't it? Not when you compare the physical properties of Natural Gas and gasoline. The fact is that natural gas is a much safer fuel than gasoline (Ever wonder why the stove in your home doesn't burn gasoline instead of natural gas?).

What is Natural Gas?
Natural Gas is an organic compound that is found deep within the earth. It is a fossil fuel formed over millions of years of geological pressures and changes. Natural gas is primarily methane comprised of hydrogen and carbon. It is a safe fuel source that is commonly used in homes and businesses for heating, lighting and cooking.

How is it used for powering vehicles?
This is accomplished by the following steps:

  • Natural gas is compressed and enters the vehicle through the natural gas dispenser or filling stations.

  • It flows into high-pressure cylinders that are located on the vehicle.

    When the driver steps on the accelerator, the natural gas leaves the on-board storage cylinder, passes through the high-pressure fuel line and enters the engine compartment.

  • Gas then enters the regulator, which reduces pressure from up to 3,600 psi to approximately atmospheric pressure.

  • The natural gas solenoid valve allows natural gas to pass from the regulator into the gas mixer or fuel injectors.

  • Natural gas mixed with air flows down through the carburetor or fuel injection system and enters the engine's combustion chambers.

  • One kilo of CNG is equal to roughly 1.5 litres of petrol.

  • If we divide by four the total capacity of installed cylinders (expressed in litres), we obtain (with a good approximation) the equivalent CNG cubic meters contained in the tank.

    For example in a 80 lt cylinder we have roughly 20 lt of equivalent CNG cubic meters. If we imagine running on average 14 km with a CNG cubic meter (equal to run roughly 12.5 km/lt with petrol), mileage will be roughly of 280 km.

Are Natural Gas Powered Vehicles safe?
Natural Gas an ideal fuel source for many reasons, including safety. Consider these points:
Natural Gas is lighter than air. This means that it will not puddle (like gasoline) or sink to the ground like propane, which is heavier than air. Instead, Natural Gas will rise and dissipate in the atmosphere.

Natural gas also has a higher ignition temperature. This means that it is much harder to ignite. Also the storage systems used for compressed natural gas are infinitely stronger (therefore a lot less likely to rupture) that the gasoline tanks found on cars and trucks today.

Also see our conversion procedure.

Will CNG or LPG really help me?

Why you should convert:

  • The conversion is absolutely safe when done at a qualified government authorized retrofittment center (such as Suman Enterprise). There is no welding involved and no fundamental changes to the body structure.

  • Petrol option is retained so your vehicle turns into a "green" very low polluting duel fuel hybrid.

  • As petrol option is retained your range in not effected. i.e. you can travel irrespective of availability of CNG / LPG along the route.

  • Growing number of CNG / LPG pumps

  • Finally, it saves you (and the nation) lots and lots of money.
Should I convert to CNG or LPG ?
Let us see the economies of both fuels:

What does conversion to CNG cost? ( View our cost calculator )
The cost of the entire CNG kit and installation is approximately Rs 40,000 over the price of the car. So is it worth it? Not if you cover about 10 to 20 km daily. CNG retails for around Rs 22 per kg in Mumbai, and at this rate, you will recover the cost in two to three years if you drive on an average of 40 to 50 km a day. It is simple. The more you drive, the earlier you recover your investment -- yes, it is the classic diesel versus petrol argument all over again. You will have to sacrifice some boot space and a small degree of performance too.

So is it worth it?
A very big yes if you are a fleet owner and want to run your CNG Lancer / Optra / Indica / Indigo Marina as a taxi. You will recover the cost in no time at all.

Just a yes, if your car covers 50 km a day, if you have a chauffeur and if you can spare him for an hour or two every few days to queue up behinds cabs and rickshaws to fill up gas.

A no, if you do not fall in the above two categories.

And a very big no if CNG is not available where you live. CNG infrastructure is not that widespread in the country, which is why HM, GM and Tata are offering the CNG versions of their cars only in certain parts of the country, like Mumbai, the National Capital Region and Gujarat.

Doesn't help then, does it? Well, there is an alternative. And that is:

The cost of the entire LPG kit and installation is approximately Rs 24,000 over the price of the car. So is it worth it? Not if you cover about 10 to 20 km daily. LPG retails for around Rs 37 per lt. in Mumbai, and at this rate, you will recover the cost in two to three years if you drive on an average of 40 to 50 km a day. It is simple. The more you drive, the earlier you recover your investment -- yes, it is the classic diesel versus petrol argument all over again. You will have to sacrifice some boot space and a small degree of performance too.

Of late, a number of car manufacturers are offering cars factory fitted with LPG kits. In any case, you can always convert your current petrol car to LPG at our garage.

Though you have to pay more for LPG than CNG (remember, it's also litre versus kg), it still works out to excellent savings in fuel costs. Another positive aspect about LPG is that it does not inhibit engine performance as much as CNG does. As regards distribution, a growing number of cities in India are now offering LPG filling stations. So your travelling range is not as restricted as it was a few years earlier. (view our comprehensive list of auto LPG filling stations.)

So for a personal vehicle, it makes sense to go for LPG (may a 1,000 retail outlets bloom), while for commercial vehicles, CNG vehicles deliver better economies.

How Safe are Natural Gas Vehicles?

Natural gas or CNG is an environmentally clean, plentiful, low-cost, domestically produced fuel for motor vehicles. But is it a safe fuel?

Any motor vehicle fuel can be dangerous if handled improperly. Fuels contain energy which must be released by burning. Gasoline is a potentially dangerous fuel, but, over time, we have learned to use it safely. The same is true of natural gas. Natural gas safely generates our electricity, heats our homes and cooks our meals. But, like gasoline, natural gas must be understood and respected to be used safely.

Natural gas is a naturally occurring fuel which requires very little processing before use. Chemically it normally consists of over 90% methane with smaller amounts of ethane, propane, butane, carbon dioxide and other trace gases. The high methane content gives natural gas its high octane rating (120-130) and clean-burning characteristics, allowing high engine efficiency and low emissions.

As with all vehicle fuels, natural gas can be used safely if simple, common sense procedures are followed. In fact, natural gas has safety advantages compared to gasoline and diesel: it is non-toxic, and has no potential for ground or water contamination in the event of a fuel release. An odorant is added to provide a distinctive and intentionally disagreeable smell which is easy to recognize. The odor is detectable at one-fifth of the gas’ lower flammability limit.

Natural gas or CNG vehicles have an excellent safety record for two primary reasons: the properties of the fuel itself and the integrity of the natural gas vehicle and its fuel delivery system.

Natural gas has a very limited range of flammability – it will not burn in concentrations below about 5% or above about 15% when mixed with air. Gasoline and diesel burn at much lower concentrations and ignite at lower temperatures. Although it takes very little energy to ignite a flammable mixture of air and natural gas, gasoline, or diesel, natural gas burns at a somewhat lower temperature.

From the gas field to the vehicle’s engine, natural gas requires very little processing to make it suitable for use as a fuel. Gasoline and diesel must be processed from crude oil in large and complex oil refineries. After water vapor, sulfur and heavy hydrocarbons are removed, natural gas flows by pipeline (the safest way to transport energy) directly to the fueling station where it is compressed for use. Alternatively it may be liquefied at cryogenic temperatures on site or at a central facility and delivered by truck. Gasoline and diesel are delivered to fueling stations by tank trucks over the highway.

At a compressed natural gas fueling station the gas is compressed before being provided to vehicles at 3000 to 3600 pounds per square inch (psi). Stations can deliver a “fast fill” to vehicles in minutes or, using a “slow fill” strategy, in a few hours to overnight.

Although the use of high storage pressures might appear dangerous, compression, storage and fueling of natural gas vehicles meet stringent industry and government safety standards. Remember that high-pressure gases are used safely every day in industrial and Compressed natural gas ( CNG ) powered vehicles are designed and built to be safe both in normal operation and in crashes. New natural gas vehicles are subjected to the same federal government crash tests as other vehicles. Natural gas or CNG vehicle fuel systems must meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards 303 and 304. Natural gas cylinders are much thicker and stronger than gasoline or diesel tanks. Cylinders are designed not to rupture when fully fueled over six times a day, 365 days a year, far beyond what they will see in service.

Industry standards test them far beyond normal environmental and service damage risks. Cylinders must even withstand a bonfire test and penetration by a 30-caliber bullet without No matter what the fuel, fueling stations, indoor parking structures and repair garages must be built to ensure high levels of safety. Requirements for facilities handling natural gas and natural gas vehicles may differ from those for gasoline or diesel vehicles. For example, leaking diesel and gasoline form puddles on the floor. Natural gas normally rises toward the ceiling and disperses. Therefore the danger of fire would be greatest near the floor for liquid fuels and near the ceiling for natural gas.

Natural gas vehicles were first commercialized after World War II in Italy. There are now over seven million in use worldwide. CNG vehicles have been used in the US since the early 1980s. Yet there has been only one fatality in the US caused by an NGV fueling system failure in all that time.

How do natural gas vehicles behave in crashes? The strength of the natural gas cylinders and fuel system generally avoids any leakage or fire. For example an accident involving a CNG-powered pick-up…proved to be a testimonial to the safety of CNG tanks. As reported When the 1992 CNG pick-up was broadsided in Midland, Texas, the most vulnerable part of the fueling system bore the brunt of the hit. While the force drove an imprint of the tank safety valve into the side of the truck, the CNG tanks did not rupture, and driver Jimmy Oden And in a tragic 1998 accident, a stopped bi-fueled Honda (a vehicle which could run on either natural gas or gasoline) was impacted by another vehicle moving at nearly 100 mph and a fire fed by gasoline broke out. The 50-liter natural gas fuel tank was intact and remained secured in its support brackets. (Reported in a June 1998 BC Gas press

Nationwide Insurance, in looking at the safety of natural gas buses in a fleet, concluded as long ago as 1992 that “…the natural gas powered vehicles will be the safest vehicles in your fleet and (we) have no reservations about insuring them.” (Palmer, Pat, Nationwide Insurance, letter to Kenneth E. Bauman Bus, Inc., September 10, 1992)

In summary, technical data, appropriate safety regulations and years of experience show natural gas vehicles to be as safe as, or safer than, conventionally fueled vehicles.

The Conversion Procedure for installing CNG kit

The process of converting a petrol driven vehicle to use CNG is divided into five parts:

Part I - CNG Kit Fitment

  • Install all electrical connections and wiring connected with the CNG kit,
  • Complete all mechanical installations of the CNG kit
  • CNG Cylinder support in the trunk
This is followed by lifting the vehicle to install the high pressure CNG pipe. Throughout the process, the Q.C. sheet is filled while monitoring the technician performing each task.

Part II - CNG Leakage Testing
A primary leakage test is conducted using a pressurized cylinder, that raises the pressure to around 120 BAR. All the CNG gas connection and links are tested using soap solution and the test pressure and results are recorded in the Q.C. sheet. The CNG cylinder valve is set to the “open” position and the pressure gage pointer is checked to zero reading. Afterwards, the filling process is done.

Part III - Gas Filling
Filling up the vehicle with CNG takes place in the CNG station closest to the conversion centre, whatever it was in the same location or not. The engineer in charge attends the filling process, to ensure no leakage exists and to record the filling pressure. During the filling process, another leakage test is conducted.

Part IV - Government inspection and approval
The vehicle is taken to the nearest R.T.O for government inspection and approval. The government officials inspect the CNG kit and all equipment connected with it. If necessary they might take a test drive to ensure the CNG Kit is perfectly fitted. On successful approval, the customers vehicle registeration booklet is stamped by the R.T.O.

Part V - Customer Education
After performing the CNG operation tuning, a preliminary explanation of the parts, safety procedure and accident procedure is given to the client. The procedure to follow in case of CNG operation failure is clarified to the client.

The client receives all the relevant documents connected with the conversion along with our latest list of CNG filling stations.

List of CNG filling stations in Maharashtra
List of CNG filling stations in India

Please select a state from the following list. The next page will display the list of CNG filling stations for that particular state.


Harbanslan Marg
Lucky Auto 292, Comrade Harbanslan Marg, Mumbai
Mumbai, Agripada
Kausar Auto Services S.G Road,Agripada Mumbai,
Mumbai, Anderhi east
Bajrang Auto Andheri -Kurla Road, Marol Naka, Andheri (E), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Andheri (E)
Royal Service Station Near Hotel Leela, Andheri (E) Mumbai
Mumbai, Andheri (E)
Andheri-Kurla Road, Sakinaka, Mumbai,
Mumbai, Andheri (E)
Guru Nanak Auto 82-Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri(E), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
Madhav Motor Stores, 11, S.V.Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
Patil Service Station,69/A, S.V.Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
Marol Auto Service 116, Andheri-Kurla Road, Marol Naka, Mumbai
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
Parker Brothers Plot A/25, Malvani Link Road, Lokhandwala Area, Andheri (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
K.K. Brothers 15, S.V.Road, Near Fire Brigrade, Andheri (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Andheri (W)
Jivan Service Centre, sova Road, Near Dhake Colony, Andheri (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Arthur road
Gujrat Service Center Arthur Road, Mumbai
Mumbai, Bandra east
Three Star Service Center C-50, G Block, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Bandra west
Suburban Service Station 261, S.V.P.Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Bhandup west
National Ex-Serviceman Petrol Service Station L.B.S. marg, Near Asian Paint, Bhandup (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Bhandup west
Kaka Automobiles Janata Market, L.B.S Marg,Bhandup(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Bhandup west
Mahaveer Auto LBS Marg,Bhandhup(W),Mumbai
Mumbai, Bhayander East
Sai Service Centre Kashmira, Bhayander Road, Bhayander(E), Thane
Mumbai, Bhendi bazar
Royal Auto 33/35 Ibrahim Rehmatulla Road, Bhendi Bazar, Mumbai
Mumbai, Borivali east
Jaya Automobiles W.Exp Highway, Borivili(E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Borivali east
Magathane Bus Depot Magathane Bus Depot, Borivali (E)
Mumbai, Borivali west
Borivali Petrol Supply co. S.V Road, Ganjawala Lane, Borivali (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Byculla
Golden Auto Service Victoria Garden Road, Ulster Road Corner, Byculla, Mumbai
Mumbai, Byculla
Patel Brothers 326/330, Sir j.J.Road, Christ Church Compound, Byculla, Mumbai
Mumbai, Byculla
American Auto Supply Victoria Road, Opp Rustom Baug,Byculla, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chandivali
Abhishek Service Centre Saki Vihar Road, Chandivali, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur
Chembur Service station Corporate Park, Sion-trombay Road, Opp Swastik Mills, Chembur Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur
Diamond Auto Service Sion-Trombay Road, Chembur, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur
Shree CNG Shree house, Near Amar Talkies, W T P Marg,Chembur, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur
Shalimar Auto Plot \'C\', Dr. C.Gidwani Marg, Chembur, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur
National Highway Trucking Center 76-77,Ghatkopar Mahul Road, Chembur, Mumbai
Mumbai, Chembur Naka
Radiant Petroleum Near Akbarally\'s , S.T. Road, Chembur Naka, Mumbai
Mumbai, Cotton green
Gill Auto Service Jackeria Bunder Road, Cotton Green, Mumbai
Mumbai, Dadar
National Petrol Company Gokhale Road, North Ashe Lane, Dadar (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Deonar
Sanjeev Service Station Punjab-Wadi Sion-Trombay Road, Deonar,Mumbai
Mumbai, Dhaisar
Ketki Enterprise, Near Shree Krishna Industrial Estate, Near Dahisar Toll Naka, Dahisar
Mumbai, Dockyard Rd
R.B.Traders Rajpal Building, Opp. Docktard Road Rly Station, Mumbai
Mumbai, Dongri
Hind Auto 70, SVP Road, Chinch Bunder Naka, Dongri, Mumbai
Mumbai, Dongri
Shivam Auto 50, SVP Road, Chinch Bunder, Dongri, Mumbai
Mumbai, Ghatkopar w
Highway Automobiles LBS Marg,Opp Darga Ghatkopar(W) Mumbai
Mumbai, Ghatkopar w
Dinesh Auto LBS Marg, Opp. Shreyas Cinema, Ghatkopar (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Ghatkopar w
Bharat Garage Chirag Nagar, LBS Marg, Ghatkopar (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Goregaon e
Goregaon Auto Centre Off Western Express Highway, I.B. Paph Road, Goregaon (E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Goregaon e
Bharat Coaltar 1-A, Cama Municipal Industrial Estate, Off. Western Express Highway, Goregaon (E)
Mumbai, Goregaon e
Carcare Centre Village Pahadi, Western Express Highway, Opp. Aarey Flyover, Goregaon (E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Grant road
Modern Service Station 142/alibhai Premji Road, opp BEST Office, Grant Road(E),Mumbai,
Mumbai, Jacob Circle
New Bharat Automobiles 65,Maulana Azad Road, Jacob Circle, Mumbai
Mumbai, Jari Mari
Gupta Automobiles Saphed Pool,Mohili, Jari Mari, Mumbai
Mumbai, Jogeshwari e
Pushpak Auto Jogeshwari - Vikhroli Link Road, Jogeshwari (E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Jogeshwari w
Neptune Adhesives S.V.Road, Opp. Excel Ind. Ltd., Jogeshwari (W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Jogeshwari w
Mukund Super Services Opp. Jogeshwari Telephone Exchange, Jogeshwari (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Jogeshwari w
Jogeshwari Petrol Supply S.V Road,Opp Post Office, Jogeshwari(W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Juhu
Prakash Automobiles Janardan Ramji Mhatre Marg,Next to JVPD Bus Depot,Juhu, Mumbai
Mumbai, Juhu
Juhu Auto Service Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai
Mumbai, Kalina
Lakhbir Automobiles CST Road, Kalina, Mumbai
Mumbai, Kamani
Arpeejay Enterprises Kale Marg, Kamani, Mumbai
Mumbai, Kandivali w
Chamundi Petroleum Opp. Poisar Bus Depot, Kandivali (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Kandivali w
B.P. Mahavir Nagar, Kandivali (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Kandivali w
Charkop Petroleum Plot No. 186,90 Road, Behind Vasant Complex, Kandivali(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Khar w
Mecloids Garage 567, S.V.Road, Khar (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Kings circle
Hind Automobiles 29, Sewree Wadia Road, Near Arora Cinema, Kings Circle, Mumbai
Mumbai, Kurla west
Mahavir Auto Services LBS Marg,opp Punjab National Bank, Kurla(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Kurla west
Samrudh Auto Plot#9, near Golden Palace Gotel, L.B.S. Marg, Kurla (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Kurla west
Vijay Automobiles LBS Marg,Kurla(W),Mumbai
Mumbai, Kurla west
Janseva Petrol Service Station LBS Marg, Kamani, Kurla (W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Kurla west
Sainik Auto Services LBS Marg, Kurla (W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Kurla west
Mumbai Taxi Association(MTA,Kurla(W)) LBS Marg,Kurla(W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Lamington Road
Taj Automobiles 96, Lamington Road, Mumbai
Mumbai, LBS Marg
Dashmesh Automobiles Near Kamani Estate, LBS Marg, Mumbai
Mumbai, LBS Marg
Ganesh Auto Manorpada, LBS Marg, Thane
Mumbai, Mahalaxmi
Malhotra Auto Dr. E Moses Road, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
Mumbai, Mahalaxmi
Mumbai Taxi Association(MTA,Mahalaxmi)) Dr. E.Moses road, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
Mumbai, Mahim
Hind Auto Lady Jamshedji Road, Opp.Paradise Cinema, Mahim, Mumbai
Mumbai, Mahim
Bharucha Auto Service Lady Jamshedji Road, Mahim, Mumbai
Mumbai, Majiwada
Universal Service Centre Mumbai Agra Road, Majiwada, Thane
Mumbai, Malad west
IBP Auto Services S.V.Road, Malad (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Malad west
Kapadia Brothers S.V Road, Malad(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Malad west
Sachdeva Automobiles S.V.Road, Malad (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Mazgaon
Universal Motors 211, Dr. Mascarenhas Road, Mazgaon, Mumbai
Mumbai, Mira road
Vasani Service Centre NH-18, Near Dahisar Check Naka, P.O.Mira
Mumbai, Mira road
Dahisar Service Station NH-18, Opp. National Plastic, Kashmira, S.V.Road, Mira Road
Mumbai, Mulund west
Zojwala Petroleum L.B.S Marg, B.R. Road, Mulund (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Mulund west
Global Automobiles 151-A/533, Veer sambhaji Nagar, Opp. Bombay Oxygen Ltd., LBS Marg,Mulund(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Mumbai central
Maharastra Auto 97,Dr.DadasahebBhandmarkar Road,Next to Navjivan Society,Mumbai Central, Mumbai
Mumbai, Mumbai central
Modern Auto Near Maratha Mandir, Mumbai Central, Mumbai
Mumbai, NM Joshi Marg
Sonal Super N.M .Joshi Marg, Delisle Road, Mumbai
Mumbai, Oshiwara W
Mastakar Auto Services New Link Road, Near Adarsh Nagar, Oshiwara(W), Mumbai,
Mumbai, Parel
Hind Auto Dr. Ambedkar Road, Parel, Mumbai
Mumbai, Parel E
Shetkari Sahakari Sangh Ltd. Jerbai Wadia Road, Near TATA Hospital, Parel (E), Mumbai
Mumbai, Sahara Terminal
I Carport Mumbai International Airport, Terminal -2, Sahar, Mumbai
Mumbai, Sakinaka
Batra Brother Batra House, Saki Vihar Road, Sakinaka, Mumbai,
Mumbai, Sakinaka
Bright Brothers Saphed Pool, Sakinaka, Mumbai
Mumbai, Santacruz w
Autopets Khira Compound, S.V.Road, Santacruz (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Santacruz w
Automobile Centre Near National Highway, S.V.Road, Sanatcruz (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Santacruz w
Santacruz BEST Bus Depot S. V. Road, Santacruz (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Sion
City Gate Station City Gate Station , Opp Anik Bus Depot Near Everard Nagar ,Sion, Mumbai
Mumbai, Sion
Anik Bus Depot Anik Bus Depot, Near Everard Nagar,Sion, Mumbai
Mumbai, Sion
Autocare Centre Sion (E)
Mumbai, SV Road
Coco Bandra 267, S.V.Road, Opp. Lucky Restaurant, Bandra (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Tardeo
R.T.O., Tardeo R.T.O, Body Guard Lane, Tardeo, Mumbai
Mumbai, Tardeo
Tardeo Service Station 75, Tardeo Road, Tardeo, Mumbai
Mumbai, Thane west
Radha Kishan Lalchand Old Agra Road, Naupada, Thane(W)
Mumbai, Thane west
Laxmi Automobiles Chitasalar, Manapada, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)
Mumbai, Thane west
United Motors Old Agra Road, Naupada, Thane (W),
Mumbai, Vikhroli
Vikhroli Automobiles LBS Marg, Gandhinagar, Vikhroli (W)
Mumbai, Vikhroli w
Western Petroleum LBS Marg, Vikhroli(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Vikhroli w
Gulati Service Centre Opp Godrej 2 No. Gate LBS Marg,Vikhroli(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Vile Parle w
Parekh Petroleum(Raj Auto S.V Road,Vile Parle(W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Vile Parle w
Excel Service Station -1 S.V.Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Vile Parle w
Excel Service Station -2(Fair Deal Auto Service Station) V.M.Road, Juhu Vile Parle Scheme, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Wadala
Uganda Service Station 44,R.A. Kidwai Road, wadala, Mumbai
Mumbai, Wadala w
Satguru Automobiles Katrak Road, Wadala (W), Mumbai
Mumbai, Wadi bunder
Amar Automobiles P.D mello Road 46,Wadi Bunder, Mumbai
Mumbai, Wadi bunder
Thakkar Automobiles P.D Mello Road, Wadi Bunder, Mumbai
Mumbai, Wadi bunder
Mahavir Auto Services 31, P.D. Mello Road, Wadi Bunder, Mumbai
Mumbai, Wagle estate
TMT Bus Depot Wagle Estate, Thane
Mumbai, Wagle estate
MGL-TMT Depot Wagle Estate, Thane
Mumbai, Worli
ShriKrishna Automobiles Near Lotus court, Worli, Mumbai
Mumbai, Worli naka
Worliway Service Station 87, Annie Besant Road, Worli Naka, Worli, Mumbai
Navi Mumbai
Vashi Fuel Centre Plot No. 2/2, Sector 14, Vashi, Navi Mumbai
Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road
AD Adhjania 25, Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Mumbai
Sion Koliwada (E)
Pratiksha Nagar Depot Pratiksha Nagar, Sion Koliwada (E), Mumbai,,