Fleet
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Fleet
Fleet means those civil subsonic jet (turbojet) airplanes with a maximum certificated weight of more than 75,000 pounds that are listed on an operator's operations specifications as eligible for operation in the contiguous United States.
Fleet

Fleet is a Business Entity organized for the purpose of owning or operating Taxicabs that meets the following requirements:

  • Controls a minimum of 25 Taxicabs,
  • Has a single business location that is adequate for the storage, maintenance, repair and dispatch of the Fleet Taxicabs and the storage and maintenance of records,
  • Operates with a dispatcher on the premises at least 18 hours every day, who assigns Drivers to Fleet Taxicabs.
Fleet
"Fleet" means any centrally fueled fleet of ten or more motor vehicles owned or operated by a single entity. "Fleet" does not include motor vehicles held for lease or rental to the general public, motor vehicles held for sale by motor vehicle dealers, motor vehicles used for manufacturer product tests, law-enforcement and other emergency vehicles, or nonroad vehicles, including farm and construction vehicles.
Fleet

A group of cars defined by a customer or in-house user. The CLM Fleet System provides car movement information, usually to a customer, on this group of cars. In many instances, in-house users maintain fleets to monitor traffic movement over certain sections of the railroad for certain types of cars.

Fleet

An organization of ships, aircraft, Marine forces, and shore-based fleet activities all under a commander who may exercise operational as well as administrative control.

Fleet

A transit system's vehicles and vessels. The District's revenue fleet consists of buses and ferries.

Fleet

The vehicles owned and operated by the County.

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About this term

Fleet has been defined 7 different ways in documents like Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 91, Subpart I, Administrative Code of the City of New York, Chapter 51, Code of Virginia, and 4 more.

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