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MassHighway is co-host for the 5th annual AltWheels Fleet Day to be held Monday October 5, 2009, at Staples Headquarters in Framingham.

Fleet Day offers the latest in alternative transportation technologies, costs, best practices, funding, and fuel options.  The one day symposium includes over 30 leading experts, interactive workshops, and display of over 40 alternative vehicles.  Vehicle test drives are available.

More than 300 corporate fleet managers, small business executives, municipal fleet and facilities managers, government officials, and others are expected to attend.

Visit the AltWheels website to learn more or register for the event.

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