Drive the Future with Propane

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You have the power to create change for students by choosing propane autogas school buses. Not only do these vehicles offer the lowest total cost-of-ownership — saving more funds for students — they offer proven performance from the brands you know, and keep communities clean with reduced emissions.

  • Cleaner Doesn’t Have to Cost More

    Propane autogas buses offer the lowest total cost-of-ownership available for the amount of emissions reduced. Clean diesel buses may reduce emissions, but at a cost — once you account for additional fluids and filters. Propane autogas is the only fuel that lowers your total cost-of-ownership while also promising a significantly cleaner environment for students today and into the future.

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    Calculate Your Savings Now

    The savings from propane can help schools better afford the resources that impact students' futures: more teachers, classroom supplies, and extracurricular activities. Use this calculator to see what your fleet could be saving with propane autogas versus diesel and gasoline. You’ll see savings for lifetime ownership costs and operating costs.

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    Savings, Refueling, and OEMs

    Read more about how propane autogas saves money for students, learn about refueling infrastructure, and find out which OEMs carry propane autogas buses.

  • Your Maintenance Questions, Answered

    Switching to propane autogas doesn't require school districts to modify their garage or repair facilities; requirements are the same as those for gasoline and diesel buses. For more detailed technical information about propane autogas maintenance and facility requirements, download the materials below.

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Propane Autogas Buses Across the U.S.

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