Autogas for Your Business

“Autogas” is the term used to describe propane when it is used as a fuel for vehicles. Autogas is the world’s most popular alternative fuel. In fact, there are as many as 300,000 or more vehicles in the U.S. that have been manufactured or converted to use autogas!

Why autogas?

According to the Alternative Fuels Data Center, 60% of alternative-fuel vehicles nationwide run on propane, from buses in metropolitan areas to fleet trucks, forklifts, lawnmowers and farm tractors. It is the third most popular vehicle fuel, next to gasoline and diesel. Talk to us about fueling station options.

Get your propane autogas from Wilson Oil & Propane

Partner with us and you will also save time and improve your bottom line even further. We’ll set you up with a secure storage container and put you on a delivery schedule to suit your needs. Instead of your employees losing time stopping at a fueling station every day to fill up with gasoline, we’ll deliver to your business so you can get to your customers faster.

Your customers will be impressed, too, because with propane autogas, you can show them you are using a domestic fuel that has lower fuel emissions than gasoline and no chance of spillage. It’s more affordable than you think!

Environmentally friendly

Autogas-powered vehicles produce lower emissions than gasoline vehicles, including 20% less carbon monoxide, 40% less nitrogen oxides and 10% less carbon dioxide.

Cost friendly

Businesses have cut their fuel costs substantially by converting their fleets to autogas. The savings are even more if you convert from diesel to propane autogas. Ask us about how we can help to stabilize your fuel price.

Contact us about converting your fleet.

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ICOM North AmericaRoush Clean Tech

Wilson Oil & Propane, serving Delaware Valley (PA), New Castle County (DE) and Gloucester and Salem counties (NJ).

Bristol Township Autogas fuel station
Bristol Township Autogas fuel station

Wilson Oil & Propane’s propane Autogas fuel station at Bristol Township School District. Their entire bus fleet is run on propane Autogas with an annual volume of 225,000 gallons.