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January 2013, Government Fleet - Feature

Preventing Equipment Theft

National Insurance Crime Bureau investigators discovered a hoard of heavy equipment in which PIN plates had been altered or removed. Photo courtesy of National Insurance Crime Bureau.

By Shelley Mika

With the cost of equipment theft reaching between $300 million and $1 billion every year, fleet managers must take theft prevention seriously. Fortunately, crime trends can help fleets gain a greater understanding of the problem — and these simple tips can help fight it.

Tags: Vehicle Theft, Equipment, Security

June 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Seattle Maximizes Technology to Improve Operations

The City of Seattle retrained employees on the existing technology systems to ensure the resources were being used to their full potential.

By Stephen Bennett

Today’s technology can provide a number of advantages, but only when used as intended and to maximum potential. By identifying how to fully utilize its information technology system, the City of Seattle was able to increase efficiency in its operations and achieve savings.

Tags: Technology, Fuel Management, Information Technology, Public Sector, Equipment

June 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Best Practices in Remarketing Off-Road Equipment

Appealing photos and accurate video of a new Holland 555 backhoe helped the Town of Jonesborough, Tenn., see major remarketing success.

By Shelley Mika

Remarketing can yield major resale dollars for “yellow metal” and other off-road equipment. Five fleet experts weigh in on some of the best ways to maximize resale value for off-road equipment.

Tags: Equipment, Off-Road Equipment, Remarketing

May 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Maximize the Life of Grounds Maintenance Equipment

<br />A power lift on Grasshopper front mount mowers facilitates accessibility to the underside of the deck for simplified maintenance, as well as space-saving portability and storage.

By Stephen Bennett

Manufacturers recommend maintenance schedules and key maintenance procedures for the pieces they sell to government fleets. Some also offer software programs or online support to help monitor usage, track costs, and budget for replacement.

Tags: Equipment, Toro, John Deere, Grasshopper

May 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Grounds Maintenance Equipment Roundup

Model 430D features a 30 hp fuel-efficient, high-torque, liquid-cooled three-cylinder MaxTorque diesel engine.

By Staff

View four grounds maintenance equipment models from The Grasshopper Co., John Deere, and Kubota.

Tags: Equipment, Kubota, Toro, Grasshopper, John Deere

March 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

What to Consider When Spec’ing Excavators

The Terex TC 20 Compact Crawler Excavator has max dig depth of 8 feet 2 inches and max reach of 14 feet 4 inches.

By Stephen Bennett

Whether renting or buying, fleets must ensure excavator specs meet the needs of the application. Fleet managers and equipment manufacturers weigh in on factors to consider.

Tags: Spec'ing, Off-Road Equipment, Equipment, Excavators

July 2010, Government Fleet - Feature

How Do Fleets Dispose of ‘Yellow Metal’?

By Stephen Bennett

Fleets share best practices in disposing of off-road equipment — the backhoes, graders, rollers, etc., commonly known as “yellow metal.”

Tags: Remarketing, Auction, Equipment

January 2010, Government Fleet - Feature

Plane & Simple: Do’s & Don’ts of Surface Planers

Pulling the planer, rather than pushing it, will generally produce a smoother finish and minimize ghosting.

By Dennis Von Ruden

Surface planer operation requires multiple considerations, such as choosing the right equipment, using the correct flail, and plugging into the right power source.

Tags: Equipment

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