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School Buses Graduate to Alternative Fuels
Michigan Emergency Highlights Need for Alt Fuels
Fuel Prices Fall, Propane Autogas Business Rises

Fuel Prices Fall, Propane Autogas Business Rises

ROUSH CleanTech's sales are up, even at a time when gas and diesel prices are down. I attribute this growth to propane maintenance benefits over diesel vehicles, the desire for proven green technology and the lack of stability of foreign energy sources.

January 26, 2016

Autogas Questions Answered

There are a number of frequent questions fleet managers ask about propane autogas and its benefits.

June 30, 2015

A Dollar Saved is Better Than a Dollar Cut

Simply cutting corners is usually not the best solution for fleet managers to stay within their budget. Instead, by learning how to operate their fleets more efficiently, fleet managers can retain more cash long-term.

May 19, 2015

Buses or Books? I Choose Both

With the harsh reality of cutbacks nationwide, many schools are facing the choice between buying buses or investing in staff, facilities, or even books. That’s why many schools choose alternative fuels to power their school bus fleet — so that they can have both.

April 6, 2015

Fleet Savings: Begin with the End in Mind

Sticker prices make it easy to compare a vehicle’s cost. But, the key to fleet savings is in the finer print — of maintenance, repair, depreciation, taxes, insurance, and more. There are a number of steps that can help you choose the right fuel for your fleet vehicles to save you money.

January 20, 2015

The Worst Advice About Alternative Fuels

Folks are often quick to offer their opinion about the use of alternative fuels in fleet vehicles. Here’s a breakdown of the top five worst pieces of advice I’ve heard when it comes to considering alternative fuels.

December 16, 2014

The Alternative Fuel Future Has Arrived

It’s no secret that alternative fuel technology has been available to fleets for decades. Yet fueling with gasoline and diesel remains the norm for most mainstream fleets. There are a number of factors fleet managers should consider when it comes to making a fueling decision for tomorrow.

November 21, 2014

Take Charge Now to Drive Long Term Success

Last winter, some folks in cold climates had difficulty receiving their propane. The industry's distribution and delivery infrastructure were not strong enough to support the demand brought on by a severe winter and record crop drying activities.

October 17, 2014