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Georgia Counties Receive Propane Conversion Vehicles

September 23, 2010

HARRISONBURG, VA - Carroll County, Cobb County, and Muscogee County fleets in Georgia had 49 law enforcement vehicles converted from gasoline to propane autogas since August as part of the Southeast Propane Autogas Development Program. The $8.6 million Recovery Act-funded Program will put nearly 1,200 propane autogas vehicles on the road in nine Southeast states and Washington D.C., according to a release from the Program.

The vehicles were converted by Force 911, a law enforcement vehicle outfitter and certified conversion center. The company is scheduled to perform more than 200 vehicle conversions for Georgia fleets under the Program.

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