PureForge closed out the 2018 Government Fleet Expo (GFX) with a private event at the Company’s headquarters. More than 30 participating fleets met members of the PureForge team and toured the state-of-the-art headquarters.
Paul Condran, fleet services/facility manager for the City of Culver City, Calif., has announced that he will retire on July 2.
Police officers, firefighters, EMTs/paramedics, and 911 dispatchers now qualify for a discount on Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and OnStar vehicles and products.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class topped a list of the most recalled cars in recent model years, while the Hyundai Accent was the least-recalled vehicle during the same period, according to a report on ISeeCars.com.
Milwaukee Tool has introduced a new 3/8-inch version of its Mid-Torque Impact Wrench that delivers up to 450 lb.-ft. of fastening torque and 600 lb.-ft. of nut-busting torque.
The City and County of San Francisco has added three new mechanical sweepers designated to remove debris from protected bike lanes.
The new Snap-on Heavy-Duty Tilt Back Tire Changer features a unique tower that tilts back to speed setup and accommodate 16-inch rim clearances.
The City of Sacramento (Calif.) is the first city to install digital license plates on its fleet vehicles.
The LeeBoy 8520 asphalt paver’s augers, conveyors, and generator now run on separate circuits, allowing the operator to run multiple functions at one time.
The Doosan DL280-5 model includes several unique features, such as a new joystick for improved productivity and easier operation and an optional heavy-duty axle.
The Terrier LT-79 is ideal for SWAT teams, law enforcement, and military personnel interested in a highly armored vehicle that is budget-friendly.
Ford Motor Company has issued new safety recalls for five of its vehicles, including three of its trucks, and expanded an existing recall of three vehicles, including the Edge compact SUV, according to Ford.