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January 2017, Government Fleet - Feature

A Telehandler With a Broader Reach

The V519 VersaHandler telescopic tool carrier features a two-stage boom with a reach of more than 10 feet and a lift height of 19 feet. Photo courtesy of Bobcat Company

By Staff

The new Bobcat V519 is a versatile telescopic tool carrier that also delivers enhanced operator comfort and visibility.

Tags: Bobcat, Off-Road Equipment, Telehandler

October 2012, Government Fleet - Feature

Equipment Manufacturers Weigh in on Final Tier 4 Emissions Regulations

This chart from John Deere shows how EPA regulations have significantly reduced the amount of particulate matter and nitrogen oxide emissions. The European Union (EU) has similar emissions standards, named stages, that approximately correspond to the EPA's tiers. Hence, Final Tier 4 regulations in the United States are very similar to Stave IV regulations in the EU. Graphic courtesy of John Deere.

By Stephen Bennett

Manufacturers are progressive toward the deadlines for Final Tier 4 emissions requirements for off-highway vehicles. Here, they talk about their plans for compliance and how it will affect fleets.

Tags: Off-Road Equipment, Regulations, Diesel Emissions, Kubota, John Deere, Bobcat, Terex Construction

January 2012, Government Fleet - Feature

Tips for Ensuring Proper Equipment Maintenance

Design improvements are making it easier for technicians to service equipment. The Bobcat T750 compact track loader has an oil cooler that swings up, allowing operators better access for cleaning.

By Stephen Bennett

Fleet managers and off-road equipment manufacturers say technological advances and design improvements are helping raise the standard for maintenance. These fleet professionals offer their equipment maintenance tips.

Tags: Bobcat, Off-Road Equipment, Caterpillar, County Fleets

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