National Association of Fleet Administrators

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The National Association of Fleet Administrators, Inc. (NAFA) is a not-for-profit, individual membership professional society for professionals who manage fleets of automobiles, SUVs, trucks, vans, and a wide range of specialized mobile equipment for organizations in the United States and Canada.

History[edit]

NAFA was founded in 1957. The association provides its members a range of services, including statistical research, monthly and annual publications, regional chapter meetings, government representation, annual conferences and trade shows, and also educational seminars.

Scope[edit]

NAFA's members are responsible for the specification, acquisition, maintenance and disposal of more than 3.5 million vehicles — including 1.1 million trucks. Across the North American continent, NAFA members have more than 350,000 medium- and heavy-duty trucks in their fleets, totaling for more than $21 billion in assets for medium- and heavy-duty trucks alone.

Fleet Types[edit]

The more “traditional” fleet vehicles of passenger cars, vans, and SUVs managed by NAFA members total 1.4 million and account for $45 billion in assets, as well as a quarter million police sedans; 58,000-plus emergency vehicles; and 386,000 pieces of specialty equipment used by public service and commercial fleets.

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