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  • adj. Throughout a fleet.
  • adv. Throughout a fleet.


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fleet +‎ -wide


  • The administration is looking at a fleetwide U.S. average of between 47 miles per gallon and 62 mpg by 2025.

    Emissions Plan Jolts Auto Firms

  • The Obama administration is considering a fleetwide average of 56.2 miles per gallon for all new cars and trucks sold in the U.S. by 2025, two people briefed on the matter said.

    U.S. Eyeing 56.2 MPG Cars By 2025

  • The administration is looking at targets that could lead to a U.S. fleetwide average of between 47 miles per gallon and 62 mpg, with environmental groups pushing for a target on the higher end.

    Ford CEO Links Sales To 'Slowing' Economy

  • The proposals aim to boost the fuel economy of auto makers to a fleetwide average of 35.5 miles per gallon and reduce carbon-dioxide emissions to an average of 250 grams per mile per vehicle by 2016.

    Porsche Presses for Easier Fuel Rules

  • On the campaign trail, Obama pushed for the standards to increase 4 percent every year, which would have resulted in new cars and trucks achieving a fleetwide 40 miles per gallon by 2022.

    Fuel Efficiency Standards: Obama Directs Government To Set First-Ever Mileage And Pollution Limits For Big Trucks

  • Well, if you're serious about WiFi access like we are, then East Coast would be a train company to make note of if you're ever traveling in Scotland and England, similar to how we look to Virgin America or Airtran flights first for their fleetwide WiFi in the skies.

    Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  • Board officials have determined that the hole doesn't indicate any broad fleetwide safety problems with Boeing's widely used family of 737 jetliners.

    FAA Wants Better Inspections of Boeing 737s

  • Of all the major automakers, Ford has the worst fleetwide fuel efficiency, and the highest average greenhouse gas emissions per vehicle.

    Michael Brune: My Country is Addicted to Oil

  • Japanese and European cars breathe the same air as ours, yet their fleetwide MPG standards for new vehicles are 46 and 43 versus 27.5 for US cars.

    Jared Bernstein: The Path Ahead

  • BC Ferries had issued two fleetwide instructions, well prior to the QOTN sinking, that ships entering areas of reduced visibility required a third qualified person on the bridge; exceeding the CSA requirements.

    Archive 2008-03-01


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