You have several convenient refueling infrastructure solutions to choose from, depending on your fleet's size. Quick-Connect nozzles make the process even easier — your drivers just click in the nozzle, refuel, and go.
You have the power to cut the harmful emissions around your community. Propane autogas vehicles cut significantly more NOx and greenhouse gas emissions compared with diesel and gasoline.
From light- and medium-duty vehicles to buses, propane autogas fleet vehicles are trusted to get the job done. These vehicles feature proven technology that's trusted by fleets across the U.S.
While diesel engines spend valuable time in the shop for repairs on complex emissions systems, propane autogas vehicles keep your business running with reliable operation.
Propane autogas is proven to be an efficient source of energy for light-duty vehicles. Because of its reliable performance and reduced maintenance expenses, propane is trusted for construction companies, taxi services, law enforcement, and other municipal organizations.
Medium-duty fleets like food and beverage delivery, transit and paratransit, and more trust propane autogas for reliable performance. These businesses know that the simplified maintenance of propane autogas helps keep more vehicles on the road and out of the shop.
With propane autogas, the way you refuel is up to you. You can choose from on-site refueling infrastructure for convenience. Or, you can take advantage of public or private refueling networks, mobile refueling, or another option suggested by your propane supplier. Bottom line: You have options.
School districts of all sizes are switching to propane autogas buses for the lowest total cost-of-ownership available. These savings could help schools afford more teachers, extracurricular activities, or anything else that directly supports students — that’s smart. Better yet, switching to propane autogas is easy and doesn’t require school districts to modify their garage or repair facilities.
Propane Can Do That: Fleet Vehicles
Propane Autogas Hybrid Technology
Switching for the Right Reasons
A Strong Investment for San Diego
Reaching Alternative Fuel Goals
Reducing Emissions with Every Gallon
Going Further with Autogas
Greater Return on Investment
Best Alternative Fuel
Growing Refueling Infrastructure
Our drivers prefer propane autogas in comparison to diesel. There's a little more power than the diesel truck, it's a smoother ride, and it's a quieter ride. Gene Keck, Direct Sales Manager, Alpha Baking Company
Propane isn't only lower cost; it's cleaner burning. That provides an opportunity for transit systems across the country to live up to what we stand for. Paul Jablonski, Chief Executive Officer, San Diego Metropolitan Transit System
Research refueling options
Download this refueling guide to learn more about which refueling option could be right for your fleet. A propane supplier will help you get started.
Find a propane supplier
Enter your zip code to locate a propane supplier near you. Do a little upfront research to see if they have experience working with fleets.
Take advantage of incentives
You may be able to save more on the upfront purchase of a propane autogas vehicle by applying for federal and state incentives. (Incentives not available in every state.)
Where can I buy propane appliances?
What do I do when my portable propane tank is empty?
When the propane tank you use for grilling or other outdoor appliances is empty, drop it off and purchase a full tank at one of thousands of tank exchanges nationwide. You’ll find them everywhere from hardware and rental stores to grocers, convenience stores, and gas stations. In addition, there are many propane cylinder refilling locations available across the country. Contact your local propane supplier for more information on refilling or exchanging cylinders.
Where can I find someone to service my propane appliances?
Your local propane supplier is an excellent source of information for things like propane appliance servicing and repairs. Contact them with your questions about servicing, repairing, or replacing propane appliances.