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Mich. City Partially Outsources Fleet Management

December 06, 2016

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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, Len Connect reported.

Officials said the program will improve cash flow, improve fuel economy, and reduce maintenance costs. It will also allow the city to replace more of its aging vehicles, which have an average age of 13 years.

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