Management & Operations

Texas operation adds two Prevost coaches to fleet

Posted on October 4, 2007

Lone Star Coaches, Inc., a Grand Prairie, Texas-based charter company serving the Dallas area, took delivery of two new Prevost H-Series H3-45 coaches.  

The company, whose fleet travels throughout Texas and the Southwest and as far away as California, New England, and occasionally even Canada, operates local and nationwide charters with a 16-coach fleet that features 10 Prevosts.  

Much of Lone Star’s business comes from repeat customers, including many schools, churches, senior citizen and youth groups. Tours, family reunions, and casino or vacation destination trips also account for substantial mileage, as do charters to events like business meetings and sporting outings.  

By purchasing a wheelchair-equipped Prevost and a wheelchair-ready model with removable and interchangeable wheelchair lifts, the company has been able to increase its ability to serve customers with special needs.

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