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The Impacts of COVID on Fleet Services & How to Manage Them

The Impacts of COVID on Fleet Services & How to Manage Them

In the Coronavirus new normal, fleet managers need to keep a finger on the pulse of these emerging trends: take-home privileges; vehicle shortages and accident repairs; insurance adjusters; and massive mileage fluctuations.

October 28, 2021

NY Town to Save $600K By Cutting Take-Home Vehicles
Nev. PD Authorizes Take-Home Vehicles

Nev. PD Authorizes Take-Home Vehicles

The Douglas County, Nev., Sheriff’s Office has authorized patrol deputies to take home their assigned police vehicles to maximize the effectiveness of the Patrol Division.

June 12, 2019

N.Y. County Lacks Oversight of Take-Home Vehicles
Audit Finds Flaws in Anchorage’s Take-Home Policy
Ind. City Tightens Take-Home Vehicle Rules

Ind. City Tightens Take-Home Vehicle Rules

The City of Portage, Ind., has tightened its rules about take-home vehicles, giving the city council more say over who gets to take home municipal vehicles.

September 13, 2017

N.D. County to Appeal Tax Bill for Take-Home Vehicles
Ga. County to Reduce Take-Home Vehicles

Ga. County to Reduce Take-Home Vehicles

At a recent meeting, Dawson County, Ga., Board of Commissioners voted to revise its take-home vehicle policy for county employees and re-evaluate who needs a take-home vehicle

April 12, 2017

Ala. City Officials Rethink Take-Home Policy

Ala. City Officials Rethink Take-Home Policy

The City of Northport, Ala., is revising its vehicle use policy to adhere to federal guidelines, specifically, defining take-home vehicles as a fringe benefit that employees declare as taxable income.

April 6, 2017

Fleet Vehicle Stolen After Employee Brings It Home
Audit Advises La. City to Track Take-Home Vehicles with GPS
Utility Employees Found Using Fleet Vehicles for Personal Use

Utility Employees Found Using Fleet Vehicles for Personal Use

Several San Diego utility workers used fleet vehicles for personal use, according to a new report from the City Auditor's office. The investigation began after the Office of the City Auditor received two anonymous reports that a Public Utilities Department employee was using a city vehicle for personal purposes.

December 27, 2016

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