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November 1, 1984

Wheels Rolls Past a Major Milestone

Spurred by 57 percent growth over the last seven years, Wheels, Inc. celebrated its forty-fifth year as a pioneer automotive fleet-leasing firm by welcoming customers, suppliers, employees, and dignitaries to its new headquarters in DBS Plaines, IL.

November 1, 1982

Hotline News: Top News in Fleet and Leasing

Top stories: Nissan Cuts Truck Loan Rate to 9.9%, California Investigates Doctored Gasoline

July 1, 1982

Overview of the World Fuel Outlook

The following is a condensed version of Netschert's lengthy and informative address on fuel at the NAFA convention.

February 1, 1982

Propane Power In Real-Life Practice

Ford is now offering for sale only to fleets two models powered by propane. The Granada, from Ford, and the Cougar, from the Lincoln- Mercury division of the company, are both available to fleet buyers as propane-powered vehicles, the first time an American vehicle has been offered from a major factory with propane power in passenger car form.

October 1, 1980

Escort Leads the Way As Ford Enters World Car Market

Mid-size Granada is totally redesigned for '81.

October 1, 1980

Quality and Economy Highlight 1981 Priorities

Efficiency and workmanship have been thrown under sharp focus for 1981.

September 1, 1980

Lessors Look Ahead to 1981 Model Year & Beyond

Enterprise, McCullagh & Hertz see smaller, lighter cars as the answer.

July 1, 1980

Ford's World Car Rises to Meet Import Challenge

Lessors see fleet application of Escort; Expanded role for new Granada.

February 1, 1980

Police & Taxi Packages For '80 Unveiled By Auto Makers

First American-made diesel taxi offered by Checker.

February 1, 1980

Hotline News: Top News in Fleet and Leasing

Top stories: Fleet Share to Total Car Sales Down, Cleveland to Obtain Federal Grant to Buy EVs for Police Use

June 1, 1978

American Love Affair With Automobile Is Hardly on the Rocks

Ford’s lacocca optimistic despite government pressure.

May 1, 1978

Top Fleet Dealers Responsible for Over 107,000 Vehicles

AF announces its Top Fleet Dealer Awards

April 1, 1975

Driving Longer ... and Cheaper

Extending vehicle life may add some expense but Hallmark reports important cost savings.

February 1, 1974

In Memoriam: Howard Cook

Industry leader passes away

December 1, 1973

Ed Bobit's Publisher's Page

Hey, they are taking all the fun out of owning and driving a car. And you and I are paying through the nose for it. Just ask any knowledgeable used car man what kind of residual there is for emission controls, head rests and harnesses.

December 1, 1973

ARI Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Leasing over 30,000 vehicles, ARI briefly pauses to remember their first quarter-of-a-century.

January 1, 1973

Ford and General Motors Fleet Price Fixing Indictment Details

Federal government charges automakers with conspiracy to end special buyer discounts.

September 1, 1969

Manufacturers Announce Fleet Allowances for 1970

Ushering in a new decade, the Big Four are offering new incentives to prove that Fleet Business is Good Business

June 1, 1969

Armund Schoen Looks At Leasing

The President of Four Wheels talks to Railway Systems Association Seminar about leasing

September 1, 1968

Fleet Allowances For '69

Whether in daily rentals, leasing or for commercial fleet buyers, the manufacturers apparently are offering their biggest incentive packages ever in 1969...

Fleet Incentives

Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.


Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Fleetmatics will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Merchants Experts will answer your questions and challenges

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