Thousands of propane-fueled vehicles run throughout the PNW including delivery trucks,
transport vans, police fleets, public transportation vehicles and school buses.
Propane costs significantly less in fuel, fluids and filters. Propane engines last longer due to its minimal buildup and therefore no expensive exhaust systems are needed. Plus, propane engines perform equal to traditional gasoline and diesel engines.
More Pacific fleet owners turn to propane for its fast Return-on-Investment (ROI) and for it’s
positive impact on the environment (EPA Clean Air Act).
The Pacific Propane Gas Association is providing $1,500 rebates towards purchasing a
new propane vehicle or converting an existing vehicle to propane.
MILLIONS OF REBATE DOLLARS AVAILABLE THROUGH EPA/VW SETTLEMENT
Propane Can Do That
Click on your state below to view the eligible grants.
GET YOUR $1,500 REBATE TODAY
Lower your price to less than $0.50/gallon with the help of
PPGA & federal grants.
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Lower your price to less than $0.50/gallon with the help of PPGA & federal grants.
PURCHASE NEW OR CONVERT?
Class 4 & Under
- Police & EMT Vehicles
- Pickup Trucks
- Passenger Vans & Buses
Light-Duty Fleet Vehicles:
- Box Trucks
- Delivery Vans
- Ford’s F-550, Chevy, Etc.
- Walk-ins and delivery trucks
- Bucket trucks or cherry pickers
- Beverage trucks
- Rack trucks
- School buses
- Street sweepers
- Garbage trucks
- City transit buses
- Furniture trucks and smaller semis
Autogas is about a dollar less expensive than gasoline or diesel.
GREEN & CLEAN
Autogas releases virtually no harmful
matter into the environment.
Autogas is intrinsically safer than
many other fuels.
Current propane supplies far exceed demand, and infrastructure already exists to meet even greater demand.
Autogas vehicles have a closer Miles-Per-Gallon to gasoline than other alternative fuels.
Propane provides 104 octane rating compared to regular gasoline rating of 87.
Autogas is reliable and implementation costs are lower. The fuel is domestically produced, so less reliant on imported fuel, increases energy security and creates U.S. jobs.
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