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40 References 1. Lauria, P. T., Mercury Associates, Inc., and Lauria, D. T. (2014). NCHRP Synthesis 452: State Department of Transpor­ tation Fleet Replacement Management Practices. Transporta- tion Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. 2. Dolce, J. E. (2011). Cradle to Grave Fleet Operations & Maintenance Management. McGraw-Hill, Roseland, NJ. 3. Steinmetz, J. (n.d.). Replacement Analysis. Flagship Fleet Manage- ment, LLC, Phoenix, AZ. 4. Naval Facilities Command (1997). Management of Civil Engineer­ ing Support Equipment, NAVFAC P­300. Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Command, Alexandria, VA. 5. Bibona, S. (2001). “How to Calculate Optimal Replacement Cycles.” Automotive Fleet, Torrance, CA. 6. National Association of Fleet Administrators (2017). NAFA Vehicle Classification Code System with Cross Reference. Available: www. nafa.org/Products/NAFA-Publications/Downloadable/NAFA- Vehicle-Classification-System-(e-Download).aspx. 7. Beirnes, J. T. (2012). Analysis of Fleet Replacement Lifecycle. South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL. 8. Vance & Renz, LLC, Pennoni Associates, Inc., and SF & Company (2014). Optimizing the Life Cycle of PennDOT Equipment. Final Report. Department of Transportation, State College, PA. 9. Kelley Blue Book Company Inc. (1995–2017). Kelley Blue Book Car Values. Available: www.kbb.com/car-values. 10. National Appraisal Guides, Inc. (2017). NADA Guides. Available: http://www.nadaguides.com. 11. U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (June 1, 2017). Consumer Price Index–Average Price Index. Available: https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/consumer-price-index-average- price-data. 12. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (2017). Fleet Fuel Economy Performance Report. U.S. Department of Transporta- tion, Washington, D.C. Available: https://one.nhtsa.gov/cafe_pic/ CAFE_PIC_Home.htm. 13. Jeannin, C., et al. (2010). The Impact of a Newer Fleet: The Effect of New vs. Old Trucks on Maintenance Costs and Fuel Economy. The Keystone Group, Chicago, IL. 14. Hinderaker, P. E. et al. (2012). Planned Fleet Replacement. American Public Works Association, Kansas, MO.

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