Fleet's mechanics stay busy performing preventative maintenance, along with small repairs like replacing bulbs and wiper blades.
Since 2003, Fleet Management has used the GovDeals.com auction site to dispose of obsolete vehicles. Check our updated surplus inventory by clicking the link below.
In 2013, Fleet Management changed from having our own fueling facility to a fuel credit card program. This enables our customers to remain in their districts and get fuel there then have to drive to our location. Our fleet obtains approximately 7,000 gallons of fuel per week.
Fleet Management provides claim services for Franklin County agencies so they can resolve and reduce vehicle accidents. With as many miles as our fleet drives, there are going to be some accidents.
Fleet's six mechanics have 176 years of combined experience. They do an excellent job and are always looking out for the safety of our drivers.
In 2016, Fleet Management added an Equipment Installer. This installer turns a vehicle into a cruiser. Moving this to an inhouse service has reduced our vehicle down time and increased our efficiency with the emergency equipment repairs.
Board of Commissioners Agencies
- Animal Care & Control
- Child Support Enforcement
- Economic Development
- Fleet Management
- Homeland Security
& Justice Programs
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