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Georgia Power Equips Fleet Vehicles With New Back-Up Sensors From Autero

September 26, 2006

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Autero’s safety technology can now be found on 400 of Georgia Power’s fleet vehicles. A subsidiary of Southern Company, Georgia Power chose the new license plate sensors because the equipment is simple to install around an existing license plate, with no drilling and a non-permanent set-up. It can also be transferred from one fleet vehicle to another.
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