Pa. County Shifts to Fleet Leasing

July 17, 2015

Lackawanna County (Penn.) has entered into a lease agreement with Enterprise Fleet Management for 100 of its 107 vehicles to replace county-owned cars, trucks, and vans within the next five years, the Times Tribune reported. County Commissioners approved the contract on July 15.

The move is expected to save $400,000 over 15 years by modernizing the aging fleet, reducing fuel costs, and reducing maintenance costs.

The county will pay Enterprise $45 per month per vehicle for maintenance.

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