Local Florida Town Purchases Hybrid, CNG Fleet Vehicles.
According to the paper, the new vehicles, which cost a total of $448,715, increase the number of alternative fuel vehicles to 31 percent of the city's 155-vehicle fleet.
The Sun-Sentinel noted that the Priuses are slated for use by code enforcement officers and parking officials, while the hybrid and CNG-powered trucks will be delivered to the Public Works Department.
(SUN SENTINEL: 12/09)
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|Title Annotation:||Public Works Department; compressed natural gas|
|Publication:||Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Today|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 14, 2004|
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