photo of Fleet's heavy equipment shop 

Fleet Management performs regularly scheduled preventive maintenance functions on all County-owned equipment to increase the repair-before-breakdown ratio and to minimize County liability in the event of an accident.

View the current Monthly Fleet Preventive Maintenance Schedule.
 

"A" SERVICES
 
Change:  Oil and Oil Filter  
Lubrication:  Complete Chassis
Check:  Horn - condition, operation  
 Radiator - level, condition, leaks, etc. 
 Belts - condition, cracks, tension  
 Fuel System - leaks  
  Battery - level, clean, cables  
 Air Filter - condition, clean out  
 Hoses - condition, cracks, leaks  
 Differentials - levels, leaks  
 Power Steering - levels, leaks  
 Suspension - levels, leaks, condition  
 Tires - condition, wear, pressure  
 Wheels - condition, cracks, lug-nuts  
 Wiper Blades - replace as needed  
 Exhaust - leaks, condition  
 All lights replace as necessary
  
  
"C" SERVICES 
Change: Oil and Filter  
 Air and Fuel Filters    
LubricationComplete Chassis  
Check:  Horn - condition, operation  
Radiator - level, condition, leaks, etc. 
Belts - condition, cracks, tension  
Fuel System - leaks  
Hoses - condition, cracks, leaks  
Differentials - levels, leaks  
Power Steering - levels, leaks
Suspension - levels, leaks, condition  
Tires - condition, wear, pressure  
Wheels - condition, cracks, lug-nuts
Wiper Blades - replace as needed
Exhaust - leaks, condition  
All fluid levels - all systems 
 Condition of batteries and load test for Battery and Alternator 
 Brake Inspection
 Tune-up components
 All lights replace as necessary
 Top off the tank if below 1/2
Repack front wheel bearings if brake job is performed.     
  Test Drive
  
"E" SERVICES 
 Inspect per DOT rule 49 CFR 396 and attach sticker to left side of a vehicle.
 Complete Form 200-FS-C3
 Attach sticker # 54-SN to left side of a vehicle at eye level on corner.