Photo of Tooele County School District vehicle courtesy of Enterprise Fleet Management


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.

Flooding in Houston from Hurricane Harvey via Revolution Messaging/flickr


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.

Photo: Toyota


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.

Photo of parked vehicles via Pixabay


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.

Photo of a fire truck via Pixabay


Ala. City Forced to Lease Fire Trucks

The City of Florence, Ala., is leasing two fire trucks for at least two months to alleviate maintenance problems.


GammaTech Changes Name to Durabook Americas

The new name reflects the company’s longstanding focus on the Durabook brand as well as changing market conditions that emphasize the need for reliable, purpose-built, mobile computing solutions.

Photo of a police car via Pixabay


Ind. County Adopts Lease-Purchase Program for Sheriff’s Vehicles

The first round of new vehicles for the Lake County (Ind.) Sheriff's Office would be part of a five-year asset management program, with a goal of replacing roughly 20 vehicles per year.

Photo courtesy of Vision Fleet


Indianapolis Ends Controversial EV Lease Program

Officials in Indianapolis have agreed to end its electric vehicle (EV) leasing program and gradually return the majority of the vehicles to the supplier.

Photo of the city’s new street sweepers courtesy of City of Newark


Newark Brings Street Sweeping In House

After an unsatisfactory experience with a vendor, the City of Newark, N.J., has decided to bring street sweeping services in house, and has purchased eight new sweepers.



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