The Hanford, California, Police Department will sublease and upfit 11 pursuit-rated Dodge Durangos for its fleet. It will come at an estimated cost of $896,000, according to The Hanford Sentinel.
Weighing the Benefits of Subleasing
Police staff explained that the sublease agreement between the city and Enterprise Fleet Management would reduce the need for major repairs when using older police vehicles, and will be more cost effective.
Any new vehicles subleased under the agreement will be replaced within five years, but there will be a credit provided to the city for future subleases if the car is replaced before the five-year lease expires.
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