ABC delivers Van Hools to California

Posted on April 7, 2011

[IMAGE]ABCSilverStateCoach-6.jpg[/IMAGE] Placentia, Calif.-based Silver State Coach, a member of Team Trailways, recently received two 57-passenger Van Hool T2145s from ABC Companies.

The vehicles feature Elite REI 5 monitor entertainment systems, rear passenger windows, three-point seat belts, passenger shades and curtains, extra handholds and Alcoa Dura Bright aluminum wheels. They are powered by a Detroit Diesel Series 60 coupled to an Allison transmission.

Silver State operates 50 Van Hools and two mini-coaches out of two major hubs. The operator covers all of Southern California from its corporate headquarters in Placentia, with a second hub in Las Vegas. Specializing in serving the gaming industry and providing the transportation component for several prominent tour operators, Silver State also operates Grand Canyon tours, airport transfers, luxury charters, tour planning and step-on guides.

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