Fueling & Vehicle Repair
Fleet Management Division, an agency of the Internal Services Department (ISD), operates 29 fueling sites throughout Miami-Dade County. It provides unleaded and diesel fuel to County owned/leased vehicles and to various other local governmental entities that have entered into a fueling agreement with Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County provides unleaded and diesel fueling services to County owned/leased vehicles and to various other local agencies and municipalities, including City of Miami and the Florida Highway Patrol from its 29 fueling locations.
An automated fuel system is installed at all locations to provide controls over the fuel inventory. Vehicle operators access fuel at the pumps by one of two methods: through a fuel card or through a cardless fueling device. If an error message appears on the fueling terminal when attempting to obtain fuel, or if any other fueling problems are encountered, the driver should call Fleet Management’s Fuel Office for assistance.
Current operational fleet rates and sub objects used to charge fleet services are shown in the Reference Documents below. Fleet operations charges are broken down between heavy and light mobile equipment. Heavy equipment includes trucks and one-ton pickups and light units are comprised of cars, vans and up to 3/4 ton pickups. Total charges to departments, based on these rates, will vary depending on vehicle service needs.
Shop Locations and Hours
Operating hours and locations for light equipment and heavy equipment repairs.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Tue Nov 26, 2013 3:46:11 PM
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