Government Fleet's Top 10 News for 2016

December 26, 2016, by Roselynne Reyes

Police continues to dominate the most popular news stories of the year. News items about law enforcement vehicles make up half of the 10 most read stories on government-fleet.com, including stories about new vehicle models and police vehicle care.

Other popular news items this year cover safety, vehicle replacement, and fleet policies.

  1. Chevrolet Expands Suburban 3500HD for Police, Fire 
  2. CHP Adds Dodge Chargers for Highway Enforcement 
  3. Announcing the 2016 Leading Fleets 
  4. Terex Recalls Aerial Devices for Injury Risk 
  5. GM Updates 2017-MY Government Lineup 
  6. Houston Sues Parts Supplier for $1M Overage 
  7. Ford Offers F-150 Special Service Truck for Police 
  8. San Diego Launches 'Aggressive' Vehicle Replacement Initiative 
  9. Kansas City Officers Disciplined for Shoddy Cars
  10. Texas City Employees Charged with Gasoline Theft

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