Federal agencies will be trading in more of their gas guzzlers for fuel-efficient cars soon.
The General Services Administration announced today that it ordered 14,105 vehicles from the big three automakers, using $210 million in stimulus funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
That’s on top of the 3,100 hybrid vehicles GSA purchased in April for $77 million. Another order for $15 million in advanced technology buses and electric vehicles will be made by Sept. 30, GSAÂ said.
The new vehicles will replace older models that are less fuel efficient. Of the total vehicles purchased so far, 7,924 are Fords,Â 6,348 are from General MotorsÂ andÂ 2,933 are Chrysler vehicles.
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