Autogas

Propane Autogas

Get lower emissions and better return on your vehicle and equipment investment!

autogasHave you heard of propane autogas?

Autogas is propane used in internal combustion engines, like those in vehicles and equipment used in businesses ranging from construction to paving to landscaping.

And autogas can do so much for your business. Many Georgia propane dealers offer autogas services, including bulk delivery and setting up of on-site dispensing stations.

Autogas isn’t just for businesses. Municipalities and school districts are benefiting from the lower emissions and other advantages autogas offers.

Read on to find out more about how propane gas can work for your business, community or school district.

What are the advantages of propane autogas?

Keeping fleet vehicles like cars, buses, vans, shuttles and trucks fueled can seem like a full-time job. And it can be expensive.

Propane autogas makes fleet fueling much easier than gasoline or diesel.

Fueling your fleet on-site with autogas is safer and cleaner than gasoline or diesel, and you don’t have to worry about spills and the damage and potentially costly cleanup that result. Fuel theft is also dramatically reduced.

With an autogas dispensing location, managing your fleet’s fuel costs is a more streamlined process, as you no longer have to deal with receipts and reimbursements.

All those advantages apply to municipal vehicles such as police cars, trucks and vans. Also, you are saving money for your community while reducing air pollution.

School buses that run on autogas have less wear, which reduces maintenance and repair costs. The savings autogas creates can go toward teachers, academic programs and support services.

How does autogas help the environment?

There are two ways autogas is much better for the environment than gasoline or diesel.

  • Autogas will dramatically reduce your fleet’s greenhouse gas emissions, as autogas produces 20% less carbon monoxide, 40% fewer nitrogen oxides and 10% less carbon dioxide than diesel or gasoline.
  • Autogas is nontoxic. In the rare event of a leak, there is no damage to the air, water, soil or plant life. If gasoline or diesel spill, there is environmental damage and you have the hassle and expense of a clean-up.

Like what you’re learning about autogas? Get in touch with a local dealer to find out more!