1. Ensure that the workshop is authorised and observes Safety Standards and Code of Practices in kit installation and commissioning.

2. The kit, including the cylinder must be of the type approved for the make of the car. Do not buy components from different sources and install the kit yourself.

3. Ensure that the car undergoes the required pre-conversion checks thoroughly. After the connections are made, ensure a complete and thorough leak test of the gas system.

4. Installer's certificate must be collected from the workshop.

5. Any modification or improvisation should only be done at an authorised workshop.

6. Acquaint yourself with the mechanism of CNG and the precautions essential for a CNG vehicle. Follow them strictly.

7. In case of an accident, get the vehicle thoroughly checked by an authorised workshop and obtain re-certification.

8. Do not install an LPG, Propane or any other cylinder in place of a CNG cylinder. It is illegal and unsafe.

9. Additional premium is charged by the insurance company for CNG run cars. One should run the vehicle only after the risks of the additional CNG kit system are covered by the insurance company.
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