BERGEN, NJ – The head of Bergen County’s Weights & Measures Department and the county’s purchasing director have take-home privileges of two vehicles each, according to the Herald News. With the gas prices rising and a skyrocketing county budget, freeholders are considering reducing costs by restricting employee access to the county’s 686-vehicle fleet, made up mostly of passenger cars. Earlier this month, freeholders asked all county department heads to justify in writing their department’s need for each car used. The freeholders are seeking to reduce costs for insurance, vehicle maintenance, and gasoline.