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Montgomery County to Enforce Take-Home Vehicle Policy

April 24, 2013

Montgomery County in Maryland will crack down on take-home vehicle abuse by retraining County departments with take-home vehicles about the rules, according to the Washington Examiner. Fleet Management Services Division Chief Bill Griffiths reported that some employees have been taking home County-owned vehicles that are not authorized for take-home use.

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