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Michigan Sheriff Makes the Case for Assigned Take-Home Cars

Michigan Sheriff Makes the Case for Assigned Take-Home Cars

Vehicles are currently shared by two deputies, and the change would allow the department to keep vehicles for six years instead of three. This would also reduce employee contact, which is important during the pandemic. It would take a few years to build up the fleet, but wouldn’t cost the county extra.

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Michigan Agency Buys Electric Ford Mustangs

Michigan Agency Buys Electric Ford Mustangs

The all-electric vehicles are new to the market, and the city does not expect to receive the vehicles until the fall, according to a city memo. The AWD models will address winter weather concerns, and the vehicle is rated at 210 miles per charge.

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Ford Fleet Live Brings the Latest Truck, Van and Fleet News Directly to Customers

Ford Fleet Live Brings the Latest Truck, Van and Fleet News Directly to Customers

“We developed Ford Fleet Live as a way to connect with fleets to showcase new Ford products, share information on trends we see in the marketplace, and provide tools to help drive your business forward. We’ve even included virtual appointments as the next-best-thing until we can meet again face-to-face. All of us at Ford remain committed to your success.”

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GM to Hold Virtual Solutions Summit on Aug. 25

GM to Hold Virtual Solutions Summit on Aug. 25

Be one of the first law enforcement fleet professionals to get the latest updates on new products and services that can help make your agency more effective, and efficient. Virtual Solutions Summit will give you the info you need to make the right decisions for your fleet.