With its strong economic and environmental advantages, propane autogas is truly a green-green fuel. Every day, its benefits continue to fuel a competitive edge for fleets around the country.
An initial investment in propane autogas leads to significantly lower life-cycle vehicle costs for fleets. On average, propane autogas costs less than gasoline or diesel. Plus, diesel, gasoline, and other fuels can burden budgets with costly infrastructure and maintenance demands.
Propane autogas provides an affordable, easy-to-use infrastructure solution for fleets that need a central refueling location. Fleets that need to refuel on the route can find propane autogas refueling stations in every state, with more public refueling stations opening every day.
Fleets can choose from an array of OEM-supported vehicles that are EPA- and CARB-certified, and provide equal horsepower, torque, and towing capacity as conventional versions of the same models.
Propane autogas is an economical approach to substantially lower harmful emissions. Propane-autogas-powered vehicles emit 25 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than vehicles running on gasoline, and 80 percent fewer smog-producing hydrocarbon emissions than vehicles running on diesel.
Choosing vehicles that run on American-made propane autogas reduces dependence on foreign oil and keeps jobs at home. With more than 70 percent of propane production coming from domestic natural gas, the U.S. produces enough of its own propane to exceed customer demand.