Summer is an ideal time for a road trip – and if your explorations take you to one of our country’s beautiful National Parks, be on the lookout for a familiar diamond-shaped propane logo on the back of the park’s tour and maintenance vehicles.
Buses fueled by propane autogas are providing long-term savings for school districts and private contractors alike. That’s especially important in an era when school transportation budgets are stretched to the limit. Conventional and other alternative fuels simply cannot match propane autogas for its budget-friendly attributes.
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.