Motorcoach

iTransit moves to expanded service facility

Posted on November 2, 2009

Orlando, Fla.-based transportation service company,  iTransit Inc., has moved its service center into a larger location in Orlando.

“Our new location will allow us to expand to be a comprehensive service center,” said Jack Farrell, director of vehicle services. “Not only will we continue our collision repair and refurbishment services, but we are also able to offer complete maintenance and repair.”

The company’s new service center is located at 1925 West Princeton Street. As a complete service center, iTransit’s staff of trained experts performs collision repair, refurbishment, paint and mechanical repair services on all makes and models of buses, motorcoaches and limousines. Preventative maintenance will also be offered, including tracking and scheduling of regular maintenance.

Additionally, responding to feedback from members of the Motorcoach Association of South Carolina (MCASC) requesting better pricing for association members, iTransit has designated a special Motorcoach Association Labor Rate. Upon verification that a company is a member of any state or national motorcoach association, they will receive a discounted labor rate of $75 per hour. The standard retail rate is $85 per hour.

iTransit has also recently become an authorized Goodyear tire retail outlet. Along with tires, iTransit is negotiating to carry all other Goodyear products to ensure they are available for any and all maintenance repair that is performed.

The company has also recently opened a pre-owned bus sales division. Any and all types of late model motorcoaches will be available. 

Additionally, iTransit is strategically aligned with Gameday Management Group to offer a wide range of bus procurement and event management. Gameday offers event services such as traffic plan implementation, shuttle system design, travel demand management, vehicle permit plans and wayfinding signage planning and placement.

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