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Stop Losing Money

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Clean Cities National Fuel Price Report Read it Here

  • CNG = $2.09
  • Propane = $3.12 33% MORE
  • Gasoline = $3.34 37% MORE
  • Diesel = $3.89 46% MORE

  • Better Mileage Than Propane
  • Better Mileage Than Gasoline
  • Better Mileage Than Diesel
  • Gain a Competitive Advantage
  • Grow your Business
  • Extend the Life of your Vehicles
  • Increase Vehicle Performance
  • 3 Percent Down Conversions
  • 80% CNG/Diesel Blends
  • 4,6,8, & 10 Cylinder Vehicles
  • Convenient Fueling for Your Fleet.
  • Fleet Feasibility Studies

    Cash vs Lease

    We R CNG analyses your fleet to ascertain which vehicles are strong candidates for CNG Conversions. FLEET FEASIBILITY STUDIES are a mandatory tool for fleet management and procurement teams to understand the ROI and discover additional revenue streams for CNG Conversions and Convenient Fueling Solutions. The study includes the costs of the conversion equipment, labor, training, conversion bay up fits, and fueling solutions.

    Know your incentives and improve your asset utilization.  Convert your vehicles starting at $100 and reduce fuel and maintenance costs immediately.

    CNG Certification Class

    Register Today for academic level CNG Diesel Conversion Certification Class. Space is Limited.


    • Tube Bending
    • Full System and Cylinder Inspection
    • Schematic Reading
    • System (Kit) Installation
    • Diagnostic and Problem Solving
    • Repair

    We complete every class by fully converting a vehicle to run on CNG.  Schedule a class at your facility for one low price or send your technicians to our National CNG Conversion Headquarters at OCCC's  Alternative Fuels Campus in Oklahoma City.

    Save thousands of dollars on labor and convert your own fleet or increase your vehicle maintenance business and convert the vehicles you currently service.

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