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Augusta County Transitions Police Fleet to Propane Autogas

September 30, 2011

VERONA, VA - The Augusta County Sheriff's Office has converted eight of its cruisers to propane autogas, according to a news report on nbc29. The vehicle conversions cost $46,000 and were entirely paid for by the Virginia Clean Cities program.

The Sheriff's Department expects the vehicles to cut fuel costs by $15,000 annually, according to the report.

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