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Autogas for Package Delivery Fleets Make Sense
Autogas is an ideal fuel for package delivery fleets because it’s dependable, cost-effective and won’t affect vehicle performance. With the Alliance AutoGas Engineered bi-fuel system, drivers have increased vehicle range because the system automatically reverts to gasoline if the autogas tank runs out. Since it is a clean-burning alternative fuel that substantially reduces greenhouse gases and other harmful emissions, converting your vehicles with Alliance AutoGas means your fleet will be green.
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Alliance AutoGas has worked closely with package delivery fleets to make their transition to autogas easy. Fleets save thousands on fuel costs and significantly reduce emissions by using the clean, fuel alternative – autogas. Current customers speak highly of the performance, reliability and ease of operating autogas vehicles.
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“It’s a win-win for us due to the reduced emissions coupled with financial savings and on-site fueling convenience.” -Jimmy Riley, Spartanburg Regional Health Director of Transportation Services
“It was an easy decision. My ultimate motivation to convert Universal Engineering Sciences vehicles to autogas was that it saves money, is good for the environment and is 100% domestically produced. All better than gasoline.” –Seymour Israel, Founder of Universal Engineering Sciences
“The argument for more propane autogas vehicles had to start with quantifiable savings, and fortunately, it was an easy story to tell.” -Steve Hightower, City of Kingsport Fleet Maintenance Manager
Vehicle Systems Your Fleet May Use
The Alliance AutoGas Engineered Systems are installed on multiple vehicle platforms offering fleets the benefits of using clean-burning autogas. The system are certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) making sure they meet the most current emission standards resulting in greatly reduced emissions compared to gasoline or diesel.