Texas City Turns to Leasing to Upgrade Fleet

April 03, 2017

The City of Navasota, Texas, has agreed to a lease agreement to replace city and police department vehicles with light-duty vehicles that are more fuel efficient and require less maintenance. The city will work with Enterprise Fleet Management to trade in 19 vehicles and purchase 16 for $93,000 per year for five years, the Navasota Examiner reported.

The lease covers maintenance, which will allow city staff more time for repairs to heavy equipment.

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