Daimler Buses to provide smart cars at service centers

Posted on May 22, 2009

[IMAGE]smart.jpg[/IMAGE]Enhancing the company's customer service commitment, Daimler Buses North America will begin providing smart cars for its customers while their coaches and buses are being serviced at any of the three company owned service centers in Florida, North Carolina and New Jersey.

"smart is a brand by Daimler, and we are excited about leveraging it to support our Setra and Sprinter customers. We pride ourselves on our commitment to customer service and offering the smart car to our customers while they have service work being performed on their coaches allows them greater flexibility and convenience during visits to our service centers," said Patrick Scully, chief commercial officer for Daimler Buses North America.

Daimler Buses also recently enhanced its Customer Assistance Network (CAN) technical support hotline by ensuring that it has staff answering the toll-free line 24-hours, seven days a week to assist both Setra and Sprinter customers.

Customers can reach the technical support hotline by calling 800.882.8054 or find more information online at www.daimler-busna.com.


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