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Ill. DOT Asks Local Agencies for Plowing Help

The Illinois Department of Transportation is asking some local government agencies for help plowing specific state routes while it awaits the delivery of its plow equipment.

Photo of 2016 Ram 2500 Regular Cab diesel courtesy of FCA.


Fleet Sales Decline 17% in September

Sales of vehicles to government agencies from five manufacturers fell 17.3% to 22,823 units in September, but remain solidly positive through three quarters of 2016, according to Automotive Fleet data.

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Calif. to Purchase 50% ZEVs by 2025

The State of California has increased its zero emission vehicle (ZEV) purchasing mandates for state agencies, bumping it up to 50% of light-duty replacement vehicles by 2025.

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Ky. City Outsources Fleet Management

The City of Somerset (Ky.) Council passed a resolution allowing Enterprise Fleet Management to purchase 25 vehicles on the city’s behalf, remarket its surplus vehicles, and maintain all of the city’s vehicles for one year.

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Ga. County Begins Replacing Aging Patrol Fleet

The Henry County, Ga., Police Department received approval to purchase 30 Dodge Chargers for $700,000 to replace vehicles with more than 150,000 miles on them.

Photo of existing delivery vehicles by Paul Clinton.


USPS Awards $37.4M for Next-Gen Vehicle Prototypes

The U.S. Postal Service has awarded $37.4 million in contracts to six vendors to provide 50 prototypes of a next-generation delivery vehicle that will be tested in various climates and locales.

Photo of 2016 Chevrolet Silverado courtesy of GM.


Fleet Sales Decline 7.8% in August

Sales of vehicles from five manufacturers to government agencies declined 7.8% to 23,405 in August with a modest decline in truck sales and sharp slide in passenger car sales, according to Automotive Fleet data.


GM Testing New Presidential Limo

Testing is underway for the new presidential limo, which will be supplied by General Motors and uses a heavy-duty truck platform, according to media reports.


Texas City May Add 51 New Vehicles

The Killeen (Texas) City Council will hear two resolutions that, if passed, will add 51 new vehicles to the city's fleet totaling almost $1.47 million. Of the vehicles proposed, 39 will go to the city's aging police fleet at a cost of $1.18 million.

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S.C. County to Standardize Fire Fleet with 9 Apparatus Orders

Horry County Fire Rescue in South Carolina has updated its fleet with nine Pierce fire apparatus as part of a fleet standardization effort.

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