Fla. City Switches to Leased Vehicles

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The City of Madeira Beach, Fla., will begin leasing its vehicles in an effort to modernize the fleet and save money. The plan would gradually replace 17 existing city-owned vehicles with leased inventory from Enterprise Fleet Management, Tampa Bay Newspapers reported.

When all vehicles are switched to the leasing plan, the city to pay $106,000 a year in lease payments for all 17 vehicles compared to its typical cost of $150,000 a year to replace four trucks.

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