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Auto Fleet - December 2005

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The2006 Chevrolet Impala Wins Fleet Car of the Year Award
From a field of 53 domestic and imported-badged models, commercial fleet managers selected the 2006 Chevrolet Impala asAF’s Fleet Car of the Year for its safety, comfort, price, fuel efficiency, and available cargo room.

The 2006 Ford F-150 named Fleet Truck of the Year
The winner of the numerous awards, including this one, the F-150 has always been a popular fleet truck. Fleet managers cite the truck’s performance, function, durability, and safety rating as key reasons why they prefer the F-150.

Chevrolet Expands Van Choices with Uplander Cargo
Cargo capacity combines with driver comfort and car-like maneuverability and ride in this new offering for the 2006-model year. Pure cargo and cargo/passenger versions are offered.
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How to Read a Credit Report
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