Why Michigan Runs on Propane
Michigan Fleet Managers That Switched To Propane Vehicles Love It!
ALTOGAS CASE STUDY
This marketer uses its own propane autogas fleet to inspire the communities it services to invest in the fuel.
Propane Vehicles Do Not Need Government Subsidies
Representative Barrett talks about the fifty propane vehicles operating in his region and the return on investment is so strong they don’t need any subsidies.
Want Less Maintenance Costs on Your Vehicles?
Stanford’s Propane worked with the local transit fleet to convert to propane powered buses. Propane vehicle engines are less dirty and run long on oil changes.
Saving Schools Thousands of Dollars
ABC has one of the largest fleet of propane-fueled school buses in Michigan and even in the Midwest. With over 220 buses, they transport over 8,000 school children throughout Detroit. The cost savings from fuel and maintenance costs alone made it a sound business decision.
Propane Fuel Adds Engine Life to Your Fleet Vehicles
Hear what an Eaton County’s chief mechanic of ETRAN and a public safety commissioner say about the significant savings of using propane fueled vehicles.
How Cheap and Easy it is to Convert to Propane?
Stanford’s Propane explores options for alternative fuel and finds the clean-burning propane to be most efficient.
Eaton County Transit Authority Saves Time and Money with Propane
The propane conversion is easy and it’s easy to do in-house saving both money and time.
Michigan Propane Gas Association
The MPGA is a trade and membership service organization
that represents propane marketers throughout the state.
629 W. Hillsdale, Lansing, MI 48933
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