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WHAT DOES THE WORD FLEET MEAN

rcmark56
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Asked by rcmark56 Aug 23, 2013 at 09:12 PM about the 2013 Chevrolet Impala LT Fleet

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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Racer_X
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Impala's and other cars are often sold as company cars for sales representatives or other employees who have to travel regularly via car as part of their job. Also, they are sold to police departments for use by officers. These are referred to as "fleet vehicles".

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judge_roy
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REX...you nailed it!----many kudos to you~

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judge_roy
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these have the Bench seat~!

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Racer_X
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Opps...Almost forgot another HUGE area that this applies to: Rental Car Companies, like Enterprise regularly maintain a large "fleet" of domestic and foreign cars/trucks...such as Mazda 3, Ford Mustang V6, Nissan Murano and many other makes & models.

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DavidH25
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"Fleet" can mean an inventory of cars or trucks owned or leased by a company or Government agency, the vehicles they have for available for use. For example JB Hunt Trucking has a fleet of 12,000 Tractor/Trailers. LAPD has a fleet of 4,700 vehicles.. But the 2013 Impala "Fleet" is a specific Sub Model of the Impala.

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