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NAFA'S Annual Reference Book Goes Electronic

January 18, 2005

ISELIN, NJ — The National Association of Fleet Administrators’ (NAFA) Annual Reference Book is now available on NAFA's Web site. The electronic version will replace the printed version.For convenience, the updated sections of this publication — including the alternative fuels primer, state/province motor vehicles operating information, fleet-related associations and publications, safety and automobile manufacturers — are available immediately through the Web site, where each section can be viewed, downloaded or printed, according to the NAFA Fleet Focus e-mail newsletter.Scheduled updates of the reference materials will take place during the year. NAFA members will be notified in FleetFocus when these updates have occurred.To access these reference materials, members can log on to www.nafa.org/, and go to the tab marked Resource Center. Choose Publications and References from the drop down menu. Information and links for NAFA's publications and reference materials are available on this page, simply scroll down to see what's available. Note, this is a members-only service and you will need your user name and pass code to obtain this information.
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