Fleets & Fuels, an industry newsletter, reported in May that Las Vegas taxi operator, Nevada Yellow Cab, operates over 650 vehicles, including taxis, tow trucks and executive cars, on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), or propane. The taxi company also has converted over 2,000 vehicles since the 1970s to run on LPG, says the newsletter. To operate its fleet, the Nevada Yellow Cab company goes through 4 million gal. (15 million L) of LPG per year, pumped from its own refueling station. It ...

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