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The Blog for AutoGas Fleets
There are currently over five million fleet vehicles in the United States with a bevy of resources aimed at fleet owners, operators, managers and everyone in between - consulting agencies, GPS technology and fuel management software providers, purchasing and leasing outsourcing companies, etc. However, there is a distinct lack of resources when it comes to the relationship between fleets and alternative fuels. With rising gasoline and diesel prices, more stringent emissions laws, and an overall global trend toward environmental sustainability, this relationship is becoming very real for our country's fleets. Many have already seen the potential alternative fuels can offer.
This blog is here to help.
It’s officially the month of May, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time for the ACT Expo once again! The annual Alternative Clean Transportation Expo, held May 15-17 this year at the Long Beach Convention Center in California, … Continue reading
…of Carbon Emissions! What were you expecting me to say? A story about the vehicles’ extended range – from its unique bi-fuel system using propane AutoGas – leading to an arrest after a 400 mile high-speed chase through streets of … Continue reading
Since I never text while driving (my laptop fits perfectly in my lap between body and steering wheel) this information doesn’t concern me, but I felt it my duty to keep you updated on latest industry safety reports. According to … Continue reading
In May of 2008 Mike Antich of Automotive Fleet online magazine wrote a wonderful article entitled Trends in Commercial Fleet Management 2008-2010. (Spoiler alert: trend = everything about running a fleet will get harder and more expensive). It’s very good, … Continue reading