rs. For all vehicles in the federal fleet, military as well as civilian, the average age is 10.5 years (basically reflecting the much greater average age of postal service vehicles at 15.5 years). The federal government buys more than 60,000 vehicles per year. Almost half were E85 vehicles in 2010, up from a third in 2006. If agencies comply with the president's direction, almost the entire fleet except postal vehicles will switch to alternative fuels by 2025. CONCENTRATION IS ...
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