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Daimler delivers first Sprinters to Canada

Posted on May 13, 2009

[IMAGE]DaimlerCharter-Bus-Lines-Photo-2may13Full.jpg[/IMAGE] Charter Bus Lines of British Columbia purchased  the first three Sprinter shuttle buses for the Canadian market during the product’s official Canadian launch during the 2009 Ontario Transportation Expo in Toronto from Daimler Buses North America.

The buses will be used primarily as reduced capacity options for Charter Bus Lines. With the hotel shuttle layout, the Sprinter shuttles allow Charter Bus Lines to offer luxurious transportation when a motorcoach is not an option. 

Charter Bus Lines of British Columbia is the largest independent, privately-owned motorcoach operator in the area and has been in operation since 1949. Charter Bus Lines offers service from anywhere in British Columbia and Alberta to anywhere in the U.S. and Canada or from Seattle/Seattle Tacoma Airport to anywhere in Canada.

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