Types of Propane Autogas Vehicles
Propane autogas fleet vehicles are available from major manufacturers in a variety of light to medium-duty applications and school transportation.
Light and Medium Duty OEM
You have choices when it comes to selecting the right vehicles for your fleet. Light-duty and medium models are available from major manufacturers with a variety of style and performance packages.
Suburban Propane works with a variety of partners offering EPA/CARB certified conversions for a large number of vehicles. Let Suburban Propane help you determine if your existing fleet is eligible for a conversion.
School Transportation Vehicles
With the lowest total cost-of-ownership, an infrastructure that fits the budget and a complete selection of quiet, safe buses from every leading brand, propane autogas buses check all the boxes for school transportation officials.
Lowest Total Cost-Of-Ownership
- Fuel. Propane autogas consistently costs less than diesel, even as fuel prices fluctuate.
- Fluids. Diesel buses need more oil by volume compared with propane autogas, increasing preventative maintenance costs. Diesel buses also require fuel conditioners to prevent clogging of fuel filters and lines.
- Filters. Diesel particulate filters are an added expense with diesel buses. The filters must be cleaned periodically to meet emissions requirements, causing extra downtime and maintenance costs.
- Maintenance Infrastructure. No added infrastructure costs for your maintenance facilities, if they are already certified for diesel and gasoline.
Plus, there is no need to source vehicles from different manufacturers. The manufacturer you already know for conventionally fueled buses also produces Type A and Type C propane autogas models. Options include: