Can Propane Fuel Automobiles?

Written on: January 24, 2022

Discover the benefits of propane autogas!

business autogas new yorkBusinesses looking for an edge are learning that propane autogas can provide one in many ways!

Autogas provides clean-burning fuel for cars, trucks, buses, vans, shuttles, and more.

Businesses get an advantage with customers looking for an environmentally friendly company, as propane autogas has almost zero emissions. Autogas can help your business run more efficiently while saving you on fuel and equipment costs!

Autogas gives improved efficiency and money savings

Autogas is less expensive per gallon than diesel or gasoline. Diesel vehicles cost four times more to operate than autogas. When you include in tax credits, incentives, loans, and other perks that may be available to you for converting your vehicles to autogas, the benefits grow even larger!

Autogas reduces engine wear and leads to greater savings as a result of its clean combustion. Because of the reduced wear on them, your car’s engines will last considerably longer. Autogas-fueled vehicles can run for a lot longer than gasoline or diesel vehicles before needing to be replaced, meaning you get a greater return on your investment and don’t have to replace them as often.

By eliminating the time-consuming process of keeping records and receipts from fill-ups at numerous gas stations, Autogas streamlines your operation. You no longer have to spend time keeping track of your fuel usage due to the fact that your autogas usage is tracked on your Kimlin Energy account. Fuel theft is also a thing of the past.

Autogas also has a cost-saving advantage: unlike diesel or gasoline, it doesn’t necessitate the need for cleaning up fuel spills. This is due to the fact that autogas is nontoxic to the air, water, soil, plant life, or aquatic life in the rare event of a leak.

Autogas can handle the cold!

In the winter, Hudson Valley businesses will appreciate using autogas! That’s because vehicles that run on autogas start quicker and easier in the cold than cars that run on gasoline or diesel.

Diesel engines are prone to gelling when the weather is cold. They’ll be marooned in the parking lot while autogas vehicles drive about making deliveries, transporting children to school, and so on.

Get in touch with Kimlin Energy and learn more about propane autogas!