OGDEN, UT – AGA Systems, formerly known as AutoGas America, announced it has received full EPA certification for its proprietary compressed natural gas (CNG) bi-fuel systems that are available now for the complete line of 2013 General Motors trucks, vans, and SUVs configured with 6.2L, 6.0L, 5.3L, and 4.8L engines.

The proven AGA technology and EPA certification offers GM fleet customers an immediately available option to convert 2013 GM trucks to run safely on both gasoline and compressed natural gas.  The bi-fuel trucks easily transition between compressed natural gas and gasoline offering drivers an extended mileage range, according to AGA.

AGA-supplied and EPA-certified CNG bi-fuel conversions are used by municipal and state agencies, private and public companies, and individual consumers who want to make the smart transition to natural gas-powered vehicles. AGA said there are virtually no limitations on truck body, bed, or engine configuration, and no limitations on the choice of other truck accessories.

AGA Systems supplies a nationwide network of trained and certified partner installers. With the AGA   bi-fuel conversion system, the vehicle owner selects the GM truck cab and engine configuration, CNG tank size and location, accessories and instrumentation, and may choose among a full range of other standard aftermarket accessories.

The qualified installers work with fleet and individual vehicle owners to insure a reliable and competitive CNG system and provide ongoing customer and technical support.

All AGA Systems products carry a full three-year/36-month parts and labor warranty.