Monthly Archives: January 2015
We scour the web for the best prices on a flat-screen TV. We go to the local pub on 25-cent wing night. We all look to save money — especially when it comes to one of our most expensive investments, the vehicles we buy. 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.
Sweet Home, Ore.-based Linn Shuttle has replaced two of its passenger buses with ones that run on propane. According to a Democrat-Herald report, Georgia-based Blue Bird factory-built the new vehicles, which feature V-10 Ford engines and cost $132,000 each… (NGT News)
January 13, 2015 — ROUSH CleanTech has earned California Air Resources Board (CARB) retrofit certification for all Ford 6.8-liter vehicles for model years 2012 to 2015.
1.13.2015 — ROUSH CleanTech has earned California Air Resources Board (CARB) retrofit certification for all Ford 6.8-liter vehicles for model years 2012 to 2015. ROUSH CleanTech is the first company to receive this certification for propane autogas.
The California Air Resources Baord (CARB) has certified ROUSH CleanTech’s propane autogas system for integration into all model-year 2012-2015 Ford vehicles that use the 6.8-liter engine. ROUSH CleanTech, a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier, says it is the first company to receive this CARB certification for propane autogas… (NGT News)
How do the kids in your community get to school? Across the nation, many students walk or ride their bikes, or their parents drop them off. But, according to the American School Bus Council, more than half of America’s students ride buses every day.
It was another day off school Friday for Austintown Schools. The district first delayed classes and then canceled school. All 50 propane buses were ready to go, but never had to pick up students. This is the first winter the district has propane fueled buses in its fleet… (WYTV.com)