Conversion vehicle save hundreds in fuel costs.
Every morning, at around 6:30, 31-year-old Chris Mobley wakes up at his home in Franklin and heads to work in Haywood County.
The trip is no short commute, lasting roughly half an hour to and from his job in Waynesville, where he works as an electrician.
While snaking north through U.S. 441, with National Public Radio blaring over the radio, Mobley doesn’t have to worry about fueling up as often as other drivers. Because while other drivers may have to stop and buy gas, he is driving a truck that runs mostly off of standard vegetable oil—something which he maintains has many benefits.