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    I'm preparing a tanker app to go along with the ops app this year. We have a brush truck that is on loan to us, one of our MA Depts. loaned us this pickup as they wanted us to have 2 brush trucks available when they need us, it came to us just a truck, we put the pump and tank and all the tools on it. Does this count as part of our fleet for AFG purposes?

    We have a signed agreement with the other Dept. that states it's ours to use as long as we need it, we get done with it it goes back to them. Being's it's a 1988 F350 it's not going to hurt the average fleet age, I'm just not sure if we should count it or not, and we have had it over a year so that aspect won't play into it.

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    Yes, this would classify as part of your fleet.

    From the AFG application (Applicant Characteristics II):

    You must include vehicles that are leased or on long-term loan as well as any vehicles that have been ordered or otherwise currently under contract for purchase or lease by your organization but not yet in your possession.

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    Dang, I looked and somehow missed that, thanks Sly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsbornFPD View Post
    Dang, I looked and somehow missed that, thanks Sly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmerfire1156 View Post
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    I thought in past years if you didn't own the truck - you didn't count it. We don't have any but several of our neighbors have 6x6's - but since most are from early 70's probably don't hurt the average age but still would show they have several trucks in that category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchkrat View Post
    I thought in past years if you didn't own the truck - you didn't count it. We don't have any but several of our neighbors have 6x6's - but since most are from early 70's probably don't hurt the average age but still would show they have several trucks in that category.
    If I recall the leasing loan requirment has been in there for at least 2 years or more.
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