Fleet Resources

So, what makes propane autogas such a great fuel for fleets? Autogas is a perfect alternative for fleets because fueling infrastructure can be implemented at the home base, eliminating trips to off-site fueling stations. Additionally, the price per gallon of propane autogas is generally about $1.00 less than that for gasoline and diesel, and autogas vehicles provide virtually the same power as gasoline vehicles. Fleets can also receive comprehensive driver and mechanic training.

In this section you can find resources for the Roadshow Series, Roadshow Archives, Frequently Asked Questions, Industry Resources and Downloads.

Case Studies

The City of Newport News in Virginia expects to save more than $22,000 in fuel costs each year after converting 22 of their fleet vehicles from gasoline to propane autogas. Not only is the city saving money, they’re utilizing a cleaner-burning fuel that’s domestically produced. Newport News Case Study Craig Greenlaw, Director of Fleet Services …

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Program Overview About Autogas Well to Wheel Diagram

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What is autogas? Propane autogas, also referred to as Liquefied Petroleum Gas, is propane condensed to a liquid for use in vehicles. Propane autogas is listed as an approved alternative fuel in the Clean Air Act (1990) and the Energy Policy Act (1992), and it is the third most commonly used vehicle fuel in the …

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Industry Resources

Autogas Station Finder Calculate your Savings with Autogas Federal and State Incentives Alliance AutoGas Case Studies Virginia Clean Cities YouTube Channel EPA Alternative Fuel Options Autogas for America – Autogas vs. Gasoline Fact Brief Propane Engine Fuel Roadmap PERC Resource Library PERC Propane Market Outlook

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The Propane Autogas Roadshow Series was hosted by the Southeast Propane Autogas Development Program to bring information about propane autogas benefits and technology to fleets in the southeastern U.S. The roadshows featured presentations from propane autogas technology providers and gave fleet owners and drivers the opportunity to test-drive the vehicles. Clean Cities Coalitions throughout the …

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