Working there was almost predictable. With a few exceptions, leaving there at the end of the day, one knew what they would have to work on the next day.
This place was my foot in the door of CNG and other alternative fuel vehicles, and I enjoyed my time there. I learned the ins and outs of CNG, the strength of the different types of tanks and the hazards and misconceptions most people believe. With the exception of a few individuals who would try to be a bother to others it was an enjoyable work environment. Most of upper management didn't know half of what they thought they knew, but luckily I didn't have to deal with them except for a few rare occasions.
My favorite part of the job was the hours. Get in early before traffic got bad and it got hot, and leave right before the heat would really set in and traffic would start getting bad again.