Ohio Runs on Propane
520 School Buses • 877 Fleet Vehicles • 17 Fueling Stations
More Ohio fleet owners turn to propane for its fast Return on Investment (ROI) and for its positive impact on the environment. (EPA Clean Air Act 1970)
Propane costs significantly less in fuel, fluids and filters. Propane engines last longer due to its minimal carbon buildup and therefore no expensive exhaust systems are needed. Plus, propane engines perform equal to traditional gasoline and diesel engines.
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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
“Our propane sheriff cars are saving tax-payers a lot of money. The deputies like the propane vehicle power”
“These propane powered lawn mowers last longer and burn clean.”
“Propane buses are very quiet. The kids are no longer yelling at each other to be heard. They are also less expensive to operate.”
"Our preference is a sustainable fuel that reduces our carbon footprint. We continue to push and continue to purchase propane vehicles."
"With propane, we're seeing longer engine life, fewer break-downs, and better performance."
"Propane is the most cost-effective way to operate."
Ohio Propane Autogas Stations
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