Corporate & Government Fleets

Converting your fleet, is ABC easy: 

Affordable, Better for the environment and Cost-saving in the long term.The two most important considerations when converting vehicles in a fleet are; the footprint of available filling stations and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) approval. Without OEM approval all maintenance contracts and warrantees will be void. 

The NGV Gas footprint of filling stations is growing rapidly. A large number of models have been approved by their respective OEM’s. Everything from a Nissan Almera to a Nissan NP200, to an Isuzu NPR 200 – NPR 850. 

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NGV operates filling stations for enroute refuelling and onsite mobile daugther stations for larger fleets.

Refuelling and maintenance are easy to navigate and service technicians are available to assist. To switch & save, contact us by clicking on the heading.

Conversion costs vs long term savings

Converting a fleet to run on Natural Gas is commonplace in South Africa. Conversion centres have been in operation for over 10 years and many offer globally competitive pricing and service plans.

Natural Gas fleets work much like Petrol or Diesel powered fleets. Natural Gas is stored in a CNG cylinder typically at the back of the fleet vehicle.

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is currently 40% less than 95 octane petrol. The payback period is determined by the distance driven monthly. On average the taxi repayment period is 6 weeks and a fleet of Nissan NP200’s doing 5 000km per month each will pay for the conversion within 3 months. 

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Driven by global standards, the technology behind the Compressed Natural Gas conversion is easily adaptable to all makes and models of fleet vehicles.

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