IC Bus exec Trish Reed says that a focus on choices is part of the company’s “open integration strategy.”
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IC Bus emphasizes choices for customers

At the NAPT trade show, the school bus OEM showcases its various options for engine and transmission. Also, the company plans to add a gasoline engine option in the near future, then natural gas as demand grows.

Michael Taylor is the director of autogas business development for the Propane Education & Research Council.
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Q&A: How does propane stand up to winter weather?

According to PERC's Michael Taylor, propane does not require additional fluids, engine block heaters or preventive measures to be taken even on the coldest days of winter. Propane buses crank reliably, warm up quickly and provide consistent heat throughout the passenger compartment, he says.

At a Propane Education & Research Council event in Boston, Jenna Bush Hager (left) rode a bus with students and then surprised teachers who are getting a donation for classroom supplies.
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Propane council donates $30K for schools

The donations will go toward classroom supplies in districts that have adopted propane school buses. At an event in Boston, Jenna Bush Hager rides a bus with students and then surprises teachers.

Michael Taylor is the director of autogas business development for the Propane Education & Research Council.
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Q&A: Factors to consider before switching to propane

School transportation providers should not only review upfront costs associated with new bus acquisitions, infrastructure and fuel costs, but also true total cost of ownership, maintenance requirements and impact on the community.

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