Autogas Powers Your Commercial Fleet with Proven Technology
If you are still on the fence about switching your fleet to propane autogas, keep the following points in mind.
Propane autogas is not only the third most common fuel in the U.S.—topped only by gasoline and diesel—it’s also the world’s most common alternative fuel, powering more than 17 million vehicles on the road today.
Its popularity has led to an array of innovations in OEM-supported vehicles that use the fuel, including light- and medium-duty trucks, vans and shuttles.
Established suppliers—Roush CleanTech is a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM), General Motors and Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, in partnership with CleanFUEL USA—are among the manufacturers that produce dedicated propane autogas vehicles.
These vehicles are certified by the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board, and they provide the same horsepower, torque and towing capacity as conventionally fueled versions of the same models, all while holding down operating costs. For fleet owners who want the cost benefits of propane autogas but need the flexibility of a gasoline backup or who aren’t ready to purchase new vehicles, EPA-certified bi-fuel conversion kits can be installed on existing vehicles.
You can count on propane refueling technology to deliver as dependably as the vehicles themselves. Refueling with propane autogas is quick, quiet and safe. It’s the same experience as refueling with diesel or gasoline, making the transition to propane autogas easy for fleets.