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Your Top Three Questions Answered

By March 25, 2014September 3rd, 2014Blog

Your Top Three Questions Answered 

Dear Partners of ROUSH CleanTech,

Last month at the NTEA Work Truck Show we hosted a free morning session for our partners attending the show. Dozens of Ford dealers, installers and technicians gathered at our Partners Sales & Training Program. I was happy to field the array of questions from our valued guests. 
Here are the top three questions, with answers, asked during this session:
1. How can I become an authorized ROUSH CleanTech service center?
The first thing that we ask of those interested in becoming a ROUSH CleanTech service center is to thoroughly read our Service and Warranty Program document. This document clearly maps out the necessary training, service center requirements, registration process and any special tools needed. Once you have met all of the requirements, fill out our Standard Service Center Agreement, which will then be evaluated by the Field Operations Team. And, if you have any questions, call our team at 800.59.ROUSH.
2. Where do I find refueling for propane autogas vehicles? 
For many companies, installing a private, on-site fueling station is the most convenient and economical choice. Propane autogas fueling infrastructure costs less than any other transportation energy source — conventional or alternative. If this isn’t the option for you, there are thousands of propane autogas refueling stations in the United States, with locations in every state. To find a station in your area, visit the Alternative Fuels Data Center.
3. What are the benefits of being a ROUSH CleanTech preferred dealer?
When you become a preferred dealer, here are some of the benefits we offer:
Lead sharing.
Marketing and public relations support. 
Demo vehicles.
Customer tours of our facility.
Sales incentives.
And more!
Want to learn more about touring our facility or to find out about our next training program? Call 800.59.ROUSH. Thanks for partnering with ROUSH CleanTech.


Tom Hopkins