Alternative-fuel vehicles in spotlight at fleet event

Miller, Joe
May 1999
Automotive News;5/24/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5820, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on alternative-fuel vehicles shown at the National Association of Fleet Administrators Conference in the United States in May 1999. Display of vehicles powered by electricity, propane and natural gas; Offer of products by DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Co., General Motors, American Honda Motor and Toyota Motor Sales.


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