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Prevost unveils new coach features at UMA

Posted on January 17, 2008

Prevost unveiled its H-Series Coach Collection featuring beautiful new interior designs during the UMA Expo in San Francisco.  


The new interiors blend sleek, streamlined, contemporary style with a new interior decor "system" to help simplify the process of coach ordering. Other new features unveiled by Prevost during the Expo included a new integrated Tire Pressure Monitoring System from Beru, which will be equipped on all 2008 seated coaches. The Beru system will help improve coach safety by preventing heat buildup due to under-inflation, a leading cause of blowouts and tread separation.  


In addition, the company showcased its new Prevost Liaison, advanced vehicle management service, which can run on any computer, using wireless technology and the Internet to connect fleet operators with coaches and drivers.

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