Top 10 Articles of 2014 on

December 31, 2014

Clockwise from top left: Seized vehicles, tracking labor, 2015 F-150, in-service police cars
Clockwise from top left: Seized vehicles, tracking labor, 2015 F-150, in-service police cars

Each year Government Fleet takes a look back at the most viewed online articles of the year. For 2014, seized vehicles and calculating direct and indirect labor top the most-read list, while other popular topics ranged from vehicle and technology information to building fleet infrastructure.

Below is this year’s list, along with links to each article.

  1. Driving a Drug Dealer’s Car

  2. Indirect vs. Direct Labor: How to Hit the Magic 70%

  3. The New Recruits: In-Service Cop Cars

  4. 6 Questions About the 2015 Ford F-150

  5. Telematics by the Numbers

  6. 2014 Public Fleet Overview

  7. 10 Features of Modern Fleet Facilities

  8. Designing a CNG Fueling Station

  9. Do Anti-Idling Technologies Work?

  10. Words of Wisdom From Public Sector Fleet Managers

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