Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU), a member of the Texas A&M University System, has contracted with Enterprise Fleet Management to upgrade 16 of its fleet vehicles, with the potential to increase to 40 vehicles.

The 16 new vehicles replace a fleet with an average age of nine years, and will be used for the university’s police department, facilities personnel, and staff motor pool. The vehicles — a mix of SUVs as well as cargo and passenger vans — will be used by PVAMU staff to maintain the university’s 1,500-acre campus and serve its more-than-9,000 students.

Enterprise covers the full spectrum of a vehicle’s lifecycle for its customers, including acquisition, registration, maintenance, use reporting, fuel card programs and remarketing, as well as fleet analysis and optimization. It manages fleet of over 520,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada.

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