School Buses

School buses fueled by propane autogas provide a reliable, clean, and affordable alternative to diesel in a growing number of school bus fleets across the nation. School systems are choosing school buses fueled by propane autogas to reduce or eliminate diesel exhaust to better comply with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations issued in 2004 and 2007 that require significant reductions in hydrocarbon, nitrogen oxide, and particulate matter emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines. 

 

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School Bus

School buses fueled by propane autogas are available from leading school bus manufacturers, including Blue Bird Corporation, Thomas Built Bus, and Collins Bus Corporation.   
   

School buses fueled by propane autogas offer the following benefits:
bullet 20 percent less nitrogen oxide, 60 percent less carbon monoxide, and up to 18  percent fewer greenhouse  gas emissions
bullet Same horsepower, torque, and towing capacity of traditionally fueled vehicles
bullet Meet EPA and California Air Resources Board certification requirements.
bullet Allow owners to receive a 50 cent per gallon rebate on propane fuel.
bullet Increase maintenance intervals.
bullet Reduce operating costs. 

Propane Autogas Refueling

Infrastructure Map

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Fleet Process Conversion Overview

Use a Conversion Partner to convert your fleet. Download List of EPA/CARB- Certified list of Propane Autogas Vehicles.