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Take-Home Vehicles

A take-home vehicle refers to a vehicle assigned to a public-sector employee that the employee is allowed to use when commuting to and from work and in job-related tasks. In many organizations, take-home vehicle use is limited to first responders (police, fire, ambulances, etc).

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