Propane

Autogas

AUTOGAS

Propane autogas, the term for propane when fueling an on-road vehicle, has the attention of fleet and transportation managers for a few reasons.

Refueling

REFUELING

Refueling with propane autogas is easy, safe, and fast. Read more about how to refuel and where the closest refueling station is.

Emissions

EMISSIONS

Packing a cleaner, greener approach to transportation, propane-autogas-powered vehicles significantly reduce harmful emissions compared to gasoline vehicles.

Safety

SAFETY

In this section, you will learn about the industry’s commitment to a safe product, including propane autogas properties and development of state-of-the-art fuel tanks.

Price

PRICE

Over the past 100 years, propane autogas has proven to be a cost-effective alternative fuel to lower operating costs.

Distribution

DISTRIBUTION

During the 1970’s America imported approximately 35 percent of its oil supply. Today, about 60 percent of the oil consumed in the U.S. is imported.

History

HISTORY

In 1910, Dr. Walter O. Snelling was contacted to investigate vapors coming from a gasoline tank vent of a newly purchased Ford Model T.

Off-Road

OFFROAD

In addition to on-road vehicles fueled by propane, many off-road engine applications are sold throughout the United States.