Fleet Age and Utilization Data 2016

September 2016, Government Fleet - Feature

by Staff

The data in this section comes from Utilimarc, a fleet analytics and business intelligence company, and shows a slight increase in vehicle age and utilization in comparison to last year's data.

Data is derived from 20 of Utilimarc's municipal benchmarking clients (cities, states, and counties) providing 51,000 data points. Each of the numbers presented are an average over the years 2013-2015. For these charts, light truck is defined as 1/2-ton, medium truck as 3/4-ton, and heavy is a full ton or more.

These charts can be found in the photo gallery below:

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