CANBERRA – Australian fleet buyers increasingly are choosing smaller vehicles as well as those powered by alternative fuels. A survey conducted by the Australasian Fleet Managers Assn. shows more fleet buyers, which account for about half of all new car sales annually, are moving to smaller and gas-powered vehicles. Some 85% of the 600 fleet companies in Australia and New Zealand say the environment is becoming a major issue. About 15% of fleet managers decided to a move to smaller ...
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