One benefit of the fleet community is the ability to learn from each other’s good (and bad) experiences. Fleet managers share the initiatives that have found them success, and offer guidance on the challenges they faced along the way.
The City of Monroe, Wash., is buying replacement vehicles a year ahead of schedule in order to secure the Ford Police Interceptor Sedan before it is discontinued.
The Washington County (Minn.) Sheriff’s Office has transformed one of its squad cars from its standard brown logo to a suicide awareness theme.
The Crowley, La., Police Department will acquire 22 new vehicles in an effort to reduce fleet repair costs and balance the police budget.
The Denver Police Department has shelved its drone program while its Fire Department is in the process of purchasing a drone.