Propane Autogas Fleet Case Study: Carroll County, Georgia

December 13, 2012

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia began researching options for alternative fuels because major fluctuations in gas prices were drastically hindering their operations. “We were tired of being at the mercy of gas prices, which were continually causing budget problems and affecting our entire fleet and department,” said Carroll County Sheriff Terry Langley. “In one month, our gasoline prices went up by almost $1 per gallon, and that really got us looking into alternatives to gasoline. In the end, propane autogas was the most practical option for us.” When he heard about the major successes of the Jackson County, Ga. Sheriff’s propane autogas vehicle program, Langley said it reaffirmed their decision switch to propane autogas.


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