41 CFR 102-34.270 - How long must we keep a Government-owned motor vehicle?

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§ 102-34.270 How long must we keep a Government-owned motor vehicle?

You must keep a Government-owned motor vehicle for at least the years or miles shown in the following table, unless it is no longer needed and declared excess:

Table of Minimum Replacement Standards

Motor vehicle type Years 1 Or miles 1
Sedans/Station Wagons 3 60,000
Ambulances 7 60,000
Intercity n/a 280,000
City n/a 150,000
School n/a 80,000
Less than 12,500 pounds GVWR 6 50,000
12,500-23,999 pounds GVWR 7 60,000
24,000 pounds GVWR and over 9 80,000
4- or 6-wheel drive motor vehicles 6 40,000

1 Minimum standards are stated in both years and miles; use whichever occurs first.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 49 - TRANSPORTATION
Presidential Documents

Executive Order ... 12375