Why Michigan City Fleets
Run on Propane

Michigan City Fleets That Switched To Propane Vehicles Love It!

Michigan city fleets get the greatest ROI, use less fuels, fluids, and filters, and emit minimal emissions when they convert to propane. In addition, propane fueled fleets offer employees, passengers, and bystanders clean air and quiet rides. 

Benzie Bus

Benzie Bus chose propane for many reasons, one of them being propane is American Made. 

HOPE Network

Hope Network runs 31 buses on propane and has been for the last 5 years. On average their estimated savings on fuel and maintenance costs is $20,000 per month!

HOPE Network

Hope Network runs 31 buses on propane and has been for the last 5 years. On average their estimated savings on fuel and maintenance costs is $20,000 per month!

EATRAN

Chris Lake, Director of Transportation, says propane was an easy switch. He’s saving over $60,000 annually and reduced his carbon emissions in half.

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Richmond & Lennox Townships - EMS

These townships replaced their diesel paratransit vehicles with propane to create a safer & cleaner ride for their passengers. 

Flint MTA

MTA runs over 200 propane fueled vehicles. Ed Benning decided to make the switch back in 2008 after realizing how expensive and environmentally damaging running diesel vehicles is. 

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