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Phoenix PD May Replace Aerial Unit's Aircraft

The Phoenix Police Department’s Aerial Unit’s fleet maintenance costs are rising due to the agency’s aging aircraft, procured between 1979 and 2010.

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N.Y. Municipality to Replace 54 Vehicles

The City of Albany, N.Y.. approved $1.3 million to purchase 54 new vehicles for its Police Department. Albany PD's cars have a life cycle of about four years.

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Calif. City Adopts Zero-Emission Fleet Conversion Plan

The City of Encinitas, Calif., is moving forward with a zero-emission fleet vehicle plan that will result in the conversion of its light-duty fleet to electric-powered vehicles.

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What to Do When OEMs Stop Making Your Vehicle

Step 1: Don’t panic. Step 2: Follow these steps…

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Utah Fleet to Save $775,000 By Leasing Admin Vehicles

Through a leasing agreement with Enterprise Fleet Management, the Tooele County School District in Utah expects to save $775,000 over the next 10 years.

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Houston Approves $2M Purchase of Flood Rescue Vehicles

The $2 million will go toward six $75,000 flood-capable rescue vehicles and 10 pickup trucks.

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Toyota leads OEMs in New Zealand Rental Fleets

Fleet sales in New Zealand show that Toyota has the bulk of the market, with the Corolla and Rav4 popular rental fleet models.

The City of Columus purchased 72 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles. Photo courtesy of Nissan


Columbus Purchases First Batch of 93 EVs

The City of Columbus, Ohio, has purchased 93 electric vehicles (EVs) for $2.1 million, the first step toward a total purchase of 200 EVs.

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N.C. County Approves Nearly $4M for Equipment Replacements

The Gaston County (N.C.) Board of Commissioners approved up to $3.9 million for the lease and finance of rolling stock and equipment. Generally, county vehicles are replaced after about 150,000 miles.


Facebook Live - City of Ventura Fleet Tour

The Government Fleet team visited the City of Ventura, Calif., and learned about some of the fleet's newest vehicles from Mary Joyce Ivers, CPFP, fleet and facilities manager, and our 2017 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year



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