A confusing regulatory environment, new classes of vehicles and flat budgets have made fleet purchasing and management more complex. When shopping for utility terrain vehicles (UTVs), facilities personnel often begin by looking for inexpensive vehicles. As a result, they don’t see the big picture or consider the long term. These nine steps may help schools and universities look beyond initial cost when choosing their vehicles.   1. Look not only looking for durable, ...

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