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June 6, 2017 - Industry News

W.Va. County Leases Vehicles to Reduce Insurance Costs

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Preston County, W.Va., is moving toward leasing its vehicles rather than purchasing them in order to decrease insurance costs, reduce its fleet, and replace its aged vehicles.

Tags: Leasing, Funding, Police Vehicles, Enterprise Fleet Management

May 25, 2017 - Industry News

Ky. City to Lease Vehicles

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The City of Glasgow, Ky., is expected to take delivery of about two dozen vehicles through open-ended leases — half of these vehicles will go to the Police Department.

Tags: Leasing, Police Vehicles, Vehicle Replacement, Procurement, Enterprise Fleet Management

May 22, 2017 - Industry News

Housing Authority Leasing Vehicles to Upgrade Fleet

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The Albuquerque Housing Authority (AHA) in New Mexico is expected to save $200,000 over the next 10 years by leasing new vehicles.

Tags: Leasing, Funding, Vehicle Replacement, Procurement, Enterprise Fleet Management

May 17, 2017 - Industry News

Tucson Voters Approve Sales Tax for Fleet Upgrades

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The Tucson Police and Fire Departments are each expected to receive $75 million for equipment upgrades and capital improvements.

Tags: Funding, Sales Tax, Fire Trucks, Police, First Responders

May 3, 2017 - Industry News

Pittsburgh Plans for EVs by Year’s End

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The City of Pittsburgh was awarded more than $250,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for electric vehicles and mobile solar-powered charging stations.

Tags: Funding, Grant Funding, Pittsburgh

April 4, 2017 - Industry News

Ill. City Chooses Purchase Over Lease of Police Motorcycles

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After years of leasing police motorcycles, the City of Evanston, Ill., is choosing to buy the vehicles instead after calculating that this move will save money.

Tags: Leasing, Funding, Police Vehicles, Procurement, Motorcycles, Harley-Davidson

April 3, 2017 - Industry News

Texas City Turns to Leasing to Upgrade Fleet

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The City of Navasota, Texas, has agreed to a lease agreement to replace city and police department vehicles with vehicles that are more fuel efficient and require less maintenance.

Tags: Funding, Procurement, Enterprise Fleet Management

April 3, 2017 - Industry News

Mo. County Proposes Tax Hike to Fund Fleet

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Monroe County, Mo., commissioners are urging voters to approve a half-cent sales tax increase in an election this week to pay for vehicle replacements.

Tags: Funding, Police Vehicles, taxes, Procurement

March 13, 2017 - Industry News

Mass. City Turns to Lease Purchasing to Replace Aging Fleet

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The City of Springfield, Mass., has decided on a lease-purchase agreement to replace its aging refuse truck fleet. The five-year contract for six trucks is worth $1.6 million.

Tags: Leasing, Funding, Procurement, Lease-Purchase, Refuse Fleets

February 21, 2017 - Industry News

Audit: Va. City Behind on Replacements

Graph from City of Virginia Beach Audit of the Department of Public Works - Fleet Management’s Procurement Procedures

Insufficient funding, no separate funding for totaled vehicles, and the rising cost of equipment make it difficult for the City of Virginia Beach, Va., to replace all its aging units.

Tags: Funding, Driver Behavior, Vehicle Replacement, Accident Management, Motor Pools, Audits

January 4, 2017 - Industry News

Tenn. City to Replace Vehicles with $2M Grant

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The City of Gallatin, Tenn., plans to replace several vehicles in its aging fleet after being awarded a $2.7 million state grant. The city plans to replace 19 vehicles and equipment, including refuse trucks, dump trucks, knucklebooms, and box vans.

Tags: Vehicle Replacement, Grant Funding, State Grants

December 30, 2016 - Industry News

10 Snow Plow Trucks Destroyed in N.Y. Fire

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The Town of Irondequoit, N.Y., is taking snow plow loans after a Christmas Eve fire destroyed one-third of its plow fleet and its DPW building.

Tags: Vehicle Damage, Snow Plow

December 20, 2016 - Industry News

Mich. City Expands Vehicle Lease Program

The lease plan includes 14 2017 Chevrolet Malibu sedans. Photo courtesy of GM

The City of Kalamazoo, Mich., has decided to expand its vehicle leasing program after the City Commission approved a five-year $952,476 lease to replace 35 vehicles.

Tags: Leasing, Enterprise Fleet Management

December 16, 2016 - Industry News

Purdue University Leases Subarus for Motor Pool

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Purdue University in Indiana is leasing 78 Subaru Legacy sedans and 12 Dodge Grand Caravans from Enterprise Fleet Management to replace its aging fleet.

Tags: Leasing, Subaru Legacy, Procurement, Motor Pools, Enterprise Fleet Management

December 14, 2016 - Industry News

Fed Hikes Interest Rates for Second Time in Decade

Policy makers at the Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced an increase in interest rates for the first time this year and only the second time since the depths of the Great Recession and there are expected to be at least some repercussions for trucking.

Tags: Economy, Retail Sales, Interest Rates, Industrial Production, Manufacturing, Federal Reserve

December 12, 2016 - Industry News

N.Y. Municipality Receives Fleet Management Grant

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The City of Kingston, N.Y., plans to implement new protocols for its fleet management program and update its greenhouse gas emissions inventory thanks to a new grant from the state.

Tags: Fleet Management, Grant Funding

December 9, 2016 - Industry News

Ind. County Takes Snow Plow Loans After Fleet Fire

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Montgomery County, Ind., is scrambling to prepare for snow after a fire destroyed its plow fleet. It solicited and received snow plow loans from various cities and counties from around the state.

Tags: Vehicle Damage, Snow Plow, Winter Equipment

December 6, 2016 - Industry News

Texas City Eliminates New Fleet Replacement Fund

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The City of Killeen (Texas) has terminated its newly created fleet funding program due to a budget shortfall. City Council voted to terminate it on Dec. 6.

Tags: Fleet Budget, Financial Planning, Internal Service Fund, Fleet Replacement Fund

December 6, 2016 - Industry News

Mich. City Partially Outsources Fleet Management

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The City of Adrian, Mich., is entering into an agreement with Enterprise Fleet Management for fleet management services for six of its 38 non-emergency vehicles.

Tags: Outsourcing, Enterprise Fleet Management, Operating Costs

October 14, 2016 - Industry News

Wash. City Creates Fleet Replacement Program

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The City of Prosser, Wash., has established its first ever fleet replacement program. The program is expected to be fully funded over four years, and the city is now making 125% yearly payments over the next four years.

Tags: Fleet Management Software, Fleet Replacement Fund

October 11, 2016 - Industry News

Utah City Leasing 3 Custom Fire Engines

The City of St. George is leasing three new pumper trucks for just over $2 million. The units will allow the Fire Department to retire reserve trucks that have been in use since the 1970s.

Tags: Leasing, Fire Equipment, First Responders

September 20, 2016 - Press Release

Merchants Fleet Management Creates Opportunities for Workforce

Merchants Fleet Management is accomplishing its goal of building and maintaining a fulfilling and rewarding corporate culture as the company experiences double-digit growth, the fleet management company announced.

Tags: Fleet Management Companies, Merchants Fleet Management

August 15, 2016 - Industry News

Mass. City Receives $4.9 Million Loan for Aging Fire Fleet

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The Fall River Fire Department (Mass.) has received a $4.9 million federal loan to purchase fire equipment, including six new fire trucks.

Tags: Fire Equipment, Fire Trucks, Aging Fleet, Federal Grants, Grant Funding

July 18, 2016 - Industry News

N.Y. County's Lease Deal Reduces Maintenance Costs

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Franklin County, N.Y., will replace more than two dozen aging vehicles with 2017 models leased from Enterprise Fleet Management.

Tags: Leasing, Enterprise Fleet Management, Small Fleets, Maintenance Costs

July 14, 2016 - Industry News

East Point Power to Lease Trucks

East Point Power Power Department has received approval from the City Council to lease eight trucks over the next five years.

Tags: Digger Derricks, Bucket Trucks, Elected Leaders

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