Government Fleet - June 2016

* COVER STORY: * Should Fleets Worry About Vehicle Hacking? *

Read on to find:

* Should Fleets Worry About Vehicle Hacking? (COVER STORY) - Is vehicle hacking a real threat?  Here's a look at what the industry is doing to protect vehicles from hackers.
* Q&A with the Fleet Manager of the Year Finalists - This year's Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year finalists discuss the most challenging aspects of their job, their biggest accomplishments, and what they're most excited about this year.
* Your Unique Vehicles - You won't find these vehicles at many fleets!  We asked fleets about the unusual vehicles their agencies own and operate, and they showed off a few of their unique fleet units.
* Police Interceptor Utility vs. Ford Explorer - Ford's P.I. Utility and Explorer mid-size SUV may be built at the same Chicago assembly plant, but a closer look at the vehicles reveals pleny of differences.

* What to Do About Mass Technician Retirements - Technicians are retiring, and sometimes en masse.  With the loss of manpower - and knowledge - how can fleets recover?  Fleet managers who have survived technician shortages share their creative strategies.

* Calif. Fleets Add Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Vehicles - Think fuel cell vehicles are too expensive for government fleets?  That's not the case for some California agencies.

Off-Road Equipment

* Toro refreshes Groundmaster 5900/5910 Mower

* Terramac's Crawler Carrier with 360-Degree Rotation


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Government Fleet Magazine - June 2016