Historically, propane autogas costs about $1.00 less per gallon than gasoline and diesel, providing autogas fleets substantial fuel-cost savings. Use the calculator below to find out how much your fleet can save on fuel costs by switching to propane autogas.
Since autogas is a cleaner-burning fuel than gasoline or diesel, propane autogas vehicles require fewer oil changes, meaning reduced maintenance costs and less service downtime. Propane autogas vehicles also have increased engine life due to autogas' higher octane rating.
Compared to other alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle options:
Some municipal and state tax credits are also available to help fleets transition to cleaner-burning, domestically produced propane autogas.
Prices are for April 2012. The price per gallon of propane autogas was reported by Blossman Gas, the primary fueling supplier for the Program. According to Blossman, this number (comprised of wholesale, margin, federal and state taxes, and other costs) reflects an accurate average fleet customer price per gallon of autogas before any tax credits