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City of San Antonio to Optimize Fuel Operations

SAN ANTONIO – Ward's Automated Fuel Management System will provide the city fuel management technology and services for over 1,000 city vehicles and 11 fueling sites.

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City of Chandler Cracks Down on Vehicle Idling

PHOENIX – A new city policy prohibits idling of a stopped vehicle solely for the comfort of the driver and passengers or for cooling a laptop computer, according to The Arizona Republic.

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NJ Legislation Seeks to Cut Take-Home Vehicles

MONMOUTH, NJ – Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini has proposed legislation to restrict use of the 15,000 government vehicles issued to New Jersey state employees.

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2009 GFX Conference Attendance Up

DENVER – Total attendees for the 2nd annual Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX), held June 8-10 in Denver, Colo., numbered more than 500.

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Phoenix Public Transit Department Awards Natural Gas Contract to Clean Energy

SEAL BEACH, CA – Clean Energy has been awarded a new three-year contract from the City of Phoenix Public Transit Department, AZ to supply the City's Valley Metro Transit Fleet with liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel to power its fleet of 400-plus LNG buses.

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Mooresville PD Adds New Dodge Chargers to Fleet

MOORESVILLE, NC – For the next month, the five new vehicles will be assigned to MPD veterans and field training officers to evaluate, reported the Mooresville Tribune.

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Nashville Scrambles to Find Funds for 100 Police Vehicles

NASHVILLE, TN – In efforts to keep 100 vehicles in the city's police fleet, all departments with vehicles have been ordered to find money-saving efforts in fleet expenses totaling $877,000, according to WSMV.

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Baltimore Mayor Scrutinized for Use of 3 City Vehicles

BALTIMORE – City taxpayers have spent $13,803 to keep the mayor's three cars running so far this fiscal year, according to a WBALTV investigation.

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Philadelphia Opens Fifth Biodiesel Station

PHILADELPHIA – Mayor Michael Nutter recently opened the city's fifth biodiesel refueling station, furthering the goals laid out in the city's sustainability plan to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent and improve overall air quality.

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Gas Above $2.50 for First Time Since October

WASHINGTON – As of June 1, U.S. retail gasoline prices have for the first time since October surpassed $2.50 at $2.52 a gallon, according to the Energy Department.

As fuel costs continue to fluctuate, find ways to best keep your expenses under control. With constant new fuel technology and methods emerging, find out what is best for your fleet and what should be avoided. Below, finds news and information regarding oil and gasoline trends, fuel strategies, resale channels and vehicle residuals.

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