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I hope everyone had a great Fourth of July holiday. As I traveled with my family, I noted the increasing cost of fuel at the pump and understand why the two biggest concerns on a fleet manager’s mind are the volatility of fuel prices and increasing maintenance costs. It’s pretty easy to determine the fuel cost delta between diesel and propane, however the question continues to arise, “Will my maintenance costs go down with propane autogas?”
When the upcoming school year begins for students at Greenville Public Schools, several of those who are transported by bus may notice something different. During a special Board of Education meeting Monday evening, board members voted 5-1, with Treasurer James Anderson opposed and Trustee John Raven absent, to approve the purchase of 10 propane-fueled buses for the district’s fleet of 29 buses… (Greenville Daily News)
I talk to a lot of fleet managers. They all have one common denominator: to maximize their fleet at the lowest possible cost. Many are considering propane autogas to fuel their fleet vehicles. Here are five questions they ask: