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Ask the Expert: Do I need to make changes to my shop to service propane autogas vehicles?

March 27, 2018
Facility adjustments are not needed to accommodate propane autogas vehicles.

Q: Do I need to make changes to my shop to service propane autogas vehicles?

A: No. Facility adjustments are not needed to accommodate propane autogas vehicles. In order to meet emission standards, today’s diesel vehicles require expensive equipment and high-maintenance systems, which aren’t needed on propane autogas vehicles. And for those who prefer to outsource maintenance, companies such as ROUSH CleanTech have 400 service centers throughout the U.S.

Some operators say that they’re glad of one change in their facilities: when they service propane autogas vehicles in their shops, there are a lot less fumes!

Information provided by: ROUSH CleanTech

About the Author

Todd Mouw | President

Todd Mouw is president of ROUSH CleanTech, a company focused on alternative fuel vehicle technology. Mouw has more than two decades of experience in the automotive and high-tech industries. As former president of the NTEA Green Truck Association, Mouw helped set standards in the green trucking industry.

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