Articles Tagged With: motorcoach
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January 2013

The Road to Motorcoach Refurbishment

Buying a new motorcoach to replace an aging vehicle is not always financially possible, but refurbishment can be a viable alternative. Choosing the right company, considering financing options and making a detailed refurb plan are essential to getting the most out of your coach.

April 2012

Operator of the Year: Northfield Lines Expands Operation Via Fleet, Customer Diversification

Over the past 23 years, John (pictured) and Larry Benjamin, co-owners of the Minnesota-based business, have built up their companies to become award-winning motorcoach and school bus operations. Meanwhile, the industry says goodbye to Larry, a well-loved member who made invaluable contributions through the UMA.

January 2012

Safety tops list of values for Pacific Western

Pacific Western Group of Companies - Calgary

January 2012

Megabus reinventing intercity travel

Megabus.Com - Paramus, N.J.

January 2012

Hagey Coach takes pride in family ownership

Hagey Coach Inc. - Souderton, Pa.

January 2012

Great Canadian bolsters customer service via training, incentives

Great Canadian Holidays & Coaches Inc. - Kitchener, Ontario

January 2012

Five Star tailors tours to give back to community

Five Star Tours & Charter Bus Co. - San Diego

January 2009

Motorcoach Top 50: Diversify to Boost Business

Once again, Dallas-based Coach America rolls in at the top in METRO's annual motorcoach survey. Despite the lagging economy, two-thirds of carriers reported a substantial increase in business.

January 2009

Innovative Motorcoach Operators

Representing a diverse cross section of cities across North America, this year's standout motorcoach operators show us how they cut costs to run leaner operations, enhance their fleets and grow their customer bases.

January 2009

Hybrids, Fuel Prices Top Topics at BusCon '08

While a bevy of vehicle manufacturers showcased their hybrid models on the show floor, industry experts discussed alternative-fuel options, 2010 engine emissions standards and steps to achieve better fuel economy.

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