As the most widely used alternative fuel in the United States, autogas provides fleets with a more environmentally friendly fuel option and is a greener way to drive.
A fleet conversion to propane autogas means:
- Significant fuel cost savings
- Lower emissions
- Less maintenance
Propane autogas can help you save on costs for your fleet, such as fuel or maintenance fees. Here are the primary reasons to consider converting to propane autogas.
Conversion is Easy
The installation of an autogas refueling system can be completed within a matter of weeks. Because propane autogas does not contaminate the environment, autogas doesn’t have extensive EPA compliance requirements like diesel or gasoline when it comes to on-site storage.
Autogas dispenser systems and storage solutions are easy to operate and have fuel management capability to integrate with your current fuel management system. As an added bonus, autogas systems are extremely affordable and easily scalable in comparison to CNG.
Autogas is an Investment
Converting your fleet to run on propane is an investment in your fleet’s future.
Today, autogas is the only readily available alternative fuel that is also economically justifiable. The price of autogas fluctuates anywhere from 30 to 40 percent less than gasoline, and engines that run on propane autogas have a lower cost of ownership than traditional fuel vehicles.
All these elements come together and allow you to more than pay for the cost of the conversion over the life of the vehicle. So, if you convert vehicles that will remain in your fleet for five years or more, you can plan to see a return on your initial investment after that time. Making the switch now will benefit your fleet in the future.
To learn more, contact Georgia Gas and ask about the solution that is helping more and more fleet managers make economically sound, environmentally responsible decisions on fueling their fleet.