Another perfect example of how totally wrong you are. Back up your
statements, please, your babble does not coincide with our mixed fleet
experiences... unless you are contending that Ford is shipping the known
defective vehicles to Canada.
you are unskilled uneducated no aas or as or bs/ba degree
you are stuck in ast - can't work in states
you will never manage or own
no people skills they keep you in back of shop
Rob ihc mwi
May very well be a weapons facility in Calgary. I don't care about
You still haven't cited your source for the claim that 88% of the high
tech workers in the US are Canadian.
<sniff sniff> Smells like bovine excrement to me.
Get real. You have got to be kidding, what do you think we have
been doing since 1986? We are the largest fleet service business
on the east cost, operating in six states. We service thousands
of just about every band you can name, for government and
corporate fleet, in six states. You live in a dream world and do
not have the slightest idea of the subject on which you are
choosing to comment. Ford Motor Company vehicles account for
around 80% of the nations fleet vehicle for one reason, years of
records have proven them to be the most cost effective to
acquire, insure, maintain, repair and replace than those of any
other manufacture, period. Do some research, then perhaps your
posts will not make you look so foolish so often.
Fleets use MB, BMW, HUMMERS, etc., so price obviously in not the
most important consideration, the overall cost is what is
important. Every manufacture offers fleet discounts on some
models, but not all. The Dodge and Chevy certified police
vehicles cost around $2,000 less than the CV but the CV is much
more cost effective over time, that is why they specify a RWD and
V8 engine for patrol vehicles so that only Ford dealers can bid.
The fleet discount, if you buy five or more, is generally around
$400 to $600 on models like the Taurus, Camry, Accord, ETC. Cars
like the Lincoln and MB only offer a fleet discount on those that
are suitable for conversion to limo service like the T-Car, but
not say a convertible. Models like the Lincoln LS do not have a
fleet discount. Since vehicles to a fleet are a tool, used in
their business like a lathe or a computer, they look for is
overall cost effectiveness in acquiring, insuring, maintaining,
repairing, (parts cost) and replacing their vehicles. Corporate
fleets generally keep their vehicle in service for five years or
300K WOF, because of the five year federal tax depreciation
On the other hand to rental car companies vehicles are their
'product,' not a tool, so their criteria for what they buy is
different than corporate fleets. We do not service vehicles for
rental companies. They do not keep their vehicles for more than
six months to a year and do little in the way of service except
top the fluids, generally
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