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Government Fleet - November/December 2009

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FEATURES

City of Oxnard Embraces Technology to Streamline Operations
A recently implemented state-of-the-art technology system results in significant productivity gains for all fleet technicians. Now, more than 2,200 staff hours per year are saved in wait time alone.

11 Approaches to Right-Sizing Your Fleet
Traditional methods of determining the most cost-effective fleet size can be inefficient and inaccurate. Several alternative methods can be used individually or in combination.

Chevrolet Debuts All-New 2011 Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle
Available in two configuration, plus an available unmarked version, the 2011 Chevrolet Caprice PPV is rear-wheel driven, offering a six- and eight cylinder engines.

10 Tips For Spec’ing & Maintaining Sewer Cleaners
Sewer cleaning trucks can help ensure a clean city, free from clogged drainage systems. Properly spec’ing and maintaining this equipment requires careful planning and a clear strategy.

Spares Work Best in Motor Pools

Central motor pools offer cost-effective utilization of extra fleet units. Rotated use and preventive maintenance can extend vehicle lifecycles, while units flexibly serve the collective needs of end-user departments.

OFF-ROAD EQUIPMENT
How to Prevent User Departments From Mismanaging Heavy Construction Equipment
A good working relationship between fleet and user departments begins with the spec’ing process and extends through equipment service.

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