Source: Auto News
quote: Also isn't gasoline highly flamable?
quote: Actually, it probably wouldn't. Hydrogen being lighter than air would tend to leave the open barrel rapidly while gasoline vapors, being heavier than air, will linger. A leaky gas tank is a much larger fire danger than a leaky hydrogen tank. The biggest problem is that to store enough hydrogen to fuel a vehicle you need to use compressed gas cylinders or some other expensive or unproven method.
quote: Look at it this way, at room temperature open a barrel of gasoline and throw a match on it and it will burn - do the same to a barrel of hydrogen and it will explode...