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Government Fleet - March/April 2008
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In this Issue:
Proven Strategies Reduce Fuel Spend
Volatile fuel prices have made this second-largest fleet expense quite a challenge, but a number of fleets have managed to cope using various strategies.
High-Tech Solutions to Manage Tire CPM
With an effective tire monitoring system, fleets can lower operating costs, increase tire life, and improved driver safety.
One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Selecting the right-size fire pump for a fire apparatus is important task. Fire departments can exceed the minimum gpm based on their own preferences or expected future growth.
Ames For A Greener Fleet
The City of Ames, Iowa, hits the target on creating a fuel-efficient fleet by experimenting with a wide array of makes and models.
How King County Beat the High Cost of Off-Road Equipment
Rather than sacrifice quality by opting for low-cost equipment or balance its budget by keeping old, worn-out equipment, King County implemented a buy-back strategy.
Greening the New York City Parks Department
Following a three-month pilot test utilizing B-100, in select city equipment, the City’s Parks Department now fuels all 800 diesel units in its fleet with B-20.
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