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AmeriGas Propane Promotes its Fuel

Even more extreme are deliveries in Alaska. AmeriGas recently ordered a Kenworth W990 to haul...

A good portion of the home-delivery fleet features Kenworth T370 medium-duty conventionals, as well as T370s equipped with 26-foot long bodies with knuckle booms. Kenworth T680 tractors often haul propane vessels capable of carrying 10,800 gallons of propane.

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Exploring Propane as a Fleet Fuel Source

In the first week of May 2019, the national average price per gallon of propane autogas was...

Propane may be a viable option for certain fleets looking for an alternative fuel source. While converting a vehicle to a propane system comes with a high initial cost, the system may come with reduced lifecycle costs over the course of that vehicle's life.

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Propane Autogas at the Work Truck Show

Propane Autogas at the Work Truck Show

Emily O'Malley and Michael Taylor from the Propane Education & Research Council talk about how truck fleets can find cost savings with propane autogas, and Ed Hoffman from Alliance Autogas showcases a bi-fuel propane autogas vehicle.

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Video: Propane Fuel Stations Mapped for Fleets

The Propane Autogas Roadmap is an interactive resource, charting fleets nationwide that are...

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) launched an online map designed to showcase the growing number of fleets in a variety of markets that use propane autogas to fuel their trucks, vans, buses, and sedans.

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Options for Retiring Propane Autogas Work Trucks

If your fleet is not considering or cannot pursue an outright trade-in option, don’t despair....

Propane autogas vehicles provide a lot of value when it is time to replace or retire the asset, whether fleet owners plan to sell privately, at a public auction, or trade-in the vehicle. Here are a few things to consider when making the decision.