Test Drive the Future Today
With Propane Autogas Shuttles, You Can
- Reach near-zero emissions
- Reduce fuel costs
- Reduce maintenance costs
- Increase uptime
- Treat passengers to a quieter, cleaner ride
Better for the Environment
How clean is propane? The EPA classifies propane as a non-contaminant of air, land and water. Thousands of vehicles and over 50 million homes rely on domestically produced propane in America. And for everyone who has grilled with propane consider this - propane is so clean that we let it touch our food! When propane is compared to electricity in Missouri, it is nearly four times better for the environment.
More Benefits of Autogas
Filling the shuttle’s tanks with propane is as quick and easy as filling with petroleum or diesel and shorter than the hours it takes for electric shuttles to recharge. Autogas shuttles are clean, quiet, comfortable and roomy, create a first-class ride for your customers and provide you with savings the competition can’t match. And with renewable propane making inroads nationally, autogas shuttles are taking a good thing and making it even better.
“There really is no maintenance on a propane shuttle, you do a routine filter change like you would an oil change, but that's it.”
“I was surprised how easy the refueling was. Very safe and easy.”
“We basically went from about six miles per gallon up to 11 to 14, depending on if we're in town or out on the highway.”
“Autogas is definitely cleaner than the vehicles we currently have.”
“It was quieter than what we drive. It was all about the quiet ride.”
“The comfort of the shuttle was great.”
Ready to get on board the PropaneMissouri Autogas Shuttle?
Contact Luke Fitzpatrick using the form below or at 573.893.7655 or 800.601.9332 to schedule your demo. Luke is happy to bring the autogas shuttle to you, answer questions and provide solutions for getting the most out of your fleet.
Seeing is believing - get started today with the PropaneMissouri Autogas Shuttle!
Convert to Propane
If you’re thinking about expanding your use of propane, converting to propane for new appliances or switching to propane as your primary energy source, please contact your local propane company to learn more about your options.