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Propane Vehicles

Powerful • Clean-burning • Cost-effective

Autogas is the term for propane-fueled vehicles

Propane has been successfully used as a motor fuel since the 1920s and is called Autogas when it’s used as a motor fuel. The third most widely used vehicle fuel in the world, Autogas is almost entirely domestically produced. Fueling vehicles with Autogas instead of gasoline or diesel increases U.S. energy security and provides more job opportunities here. This clean, efficient motor fuel now powers everything from police cars, school buses, and delivery trucks to forklifts, lawnmowers and farm tractors.

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Propane vs Gasoline or Diesel


Autogas is about a dollar less expensive

than gasoline or diesel.

Propane is cheaper
Propane is Safer


Autogas is intrinsically safer than

many other fuels.

Green and Clean

Autogas releases virtually no harmful

matter into the environment.

Propane is green and clean
Propane is Reliable


Autogas is reliable and implementation costs are lower. The fuel is domestically produced, so less reliant on imported fuel, increases energy security and creates U.S. jobs.

Great MPGs

Autogas vehicles have a closer Miles-Per-Gallon to gasoline than other alternative fuels.

Propane provides 104 octane rating compared to regular gasoline rating of 87.

Propane has great MPGs
Propane has high supply

High supply

Current propane supplies far exceed demand, and infrastructure already exists to meet even greater demand.

Vehicle Conversions and Propane Fuel Infrastructure

Propane, alternative fuel, clean burning, residential use, propane consumption, propane fuled vehicles,

Ohio Propane Gas Association

The OPGA is a trade and membership service organization

that represents propane marketers throughout the state.


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