Kevin Richardson Converts SUV To Run On Natural Gas

The New York Times profiled star Kevin Richardson’s conversion of his 2004 GMC Yukon sport utility vehicle to run on compressed natural gas, a domestically produced fuel that is less polluting than gasoline. The conversion was done by Evo Transportation, a company started by two former entertainment industry executives, David Young and Seth Seaberg, costing the singer $10,000. “I didn’t want to be a hypocrite anymore,” said Richardson, who operates an environmental foundation called Just Within Reach. “I want to walk the walk if I’m going to talk the talk.” Read more, including a photo of Richardson fueling his SUV, here.

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