Hybrid Cars for Upper Valley Nurses

hybridThe VNA and Hospice of New Hampshire and Vermont unveiled a new fleet of hybrid cars Wednesday, in West Lebanon. VNAVNH nurses whose duties require extensive driving will utilize the 2013 Nissan Versa vehicles. In addition, the hybrid vehicles will replace the need to reimburse nurses for mileage on an individual basis. Jeanne McLaughlin, President and CEO of the Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire, credits the help the VNAVNH received from the local office of Enterprise Fleet Management, which specializes in providing full-service fleet management for businesses with medium-size fleets. VNAVNH field staff drives as much as 1.5 million miles a year across a 4,000 square mile territory.
Providing company cars in great condition and equipped with the latest safety features could help reduce accidents, decrease downtime and absences, and ultimately enhance productivity. According to McLaughlin, while some drivers had older cars and were not very fuel-efficient, others drove vehicles that were not reliable and required frequent and costly repairs. VNAVNH field staff drives more than 1.5 million miles per year over a 4,000 square mile territory.

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  1. Elden Frieman says:

    The upcoming hybrid cars promise to be even better than the ones that are already available. Hybrid cars are designed with the environment in mind, and the savvy car companies know that the highest prizes will go to those companies that can design an outstanding car that is easy on the consumer’s pocket as well as the world around us. Car manufacturers are investing untold amounts of money on the creation of new and upcoming hybrid cars. With the advent of the totally electric car still on the distant horizon, motor companies are currently competing to make sure their own hybrid cars produce the lowest amount of emissions possible.,*^;


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