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Megan Predmesky

Answering Questions on Transitioning to a Propane Autogas Fleet

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There’s something to be said about finding a good routine. It can bring reliability, predictability and peace of mind. But on the flip side, it can also mean you might be missing out on something new or even better. Fleet owners who are reluctant to transition away from gasoline or diesel because they’ve developed their routine are missing out on benefits they could see with alternative fuels like propane autogas.

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Low Emissions and Low Cost Make Propane Attractive to Transit Vehicle Fleet Managers

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Recently ROUSH CleanTech hosted an event for 31 transit agencies from across North Carolina at Roush Fenway Keselowski headquarters in Concord, NC to discuss the benefits propane offers for transit fleets. The event was held as gas and diesel prices continue to skyrocket due to many issues, including geopolitical. In a Q & A, Randy Cantor, transportation and fleet services director at Carteret County Area Transportation System discusses the benefits of propane for his operation.

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ROUSH CleanTech and Blue Bird First to Achieve Certification to 2022 Heavy Duty Refueling Standard

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All Blue Bird propane and gasoline school buses have received Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board certification for the 2022 heavy duty refueling standard, significantly reducing emissions from escaping the tank during refueling. On gasoline fuel systems, Environmental Protection Agency tests show that the new refueling emissions regulations can reduce harmful emissions by up to 93%.

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ThompsonGas Commits to Autogas with ROUSH CleanTech Propane Vehicles

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Maryland-based ThompsonGas increased its fleet of 127 propane vehicles by adding 10 new 2022 Ford F-750 trucks equipped with ROUSH CleanTech propane systems. ThompsonGas has focused efforts to operate more propane vehicles due to its commitment to being innovators in the industry, along with access to OEM equipment technology. The propane supplier will continue adding more propane vehicles to its fleet each year. ThompsonGas’ new trucks will be used to deliver propane fuel to customers.

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