The vans ordered by AT&T, to be supplied by General Motors (GM) in the coming months, are covered by a three-year warranty. Also, they meet all Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emission certification requirements.
“As more of our customers transition their conventional fleets to fuel-efficient and reduced-emission vehicles, we will continue to provide a one-stop shop to help them achieve their environmental goals,” said Brian Small, general manager GM Fleet and Commercial Operations.
Currently, the GM’s CNG option is available for order on Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana 2500 and 3500 Cargo vans.
AT&T had committed two years ago to invest USD 565 million buying 15,000 alternative fuel vehicles, including USD 350 million on 8,000 compressed natural gas vehicles.
Source: General Motors and Reuters