Motorcoach

Indian Trails adds 6 Prevost H3-45s

Posted on March 7, 2012

Owosso, Mich.-based Indian Trails acquired six new 2012 Prevost H3-45 luxury motorcoaches.

The state-of-the-art 2012 Prevosts have made the Indian Trails fleet one of the first in the state to be equipped with near-zero emission Selective Catalytic Reduction technology.

The vehicles are also equipped with ADA-compliant removable wheelchair lifts and features that ensure passenger safety, including the Prevost Electronic Stability Program, GPS, three-point passenger seat belts, Prevost Fire Detection and Suppression Systems, and Prevost Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems.

Four of the new H3-45s are racking up miles for Michigan Flyer, the luxury motorcoach service jointly owned by Indian Trails and Okemos Travel, which provides round-trip transportation between East Lansing, Jackson, Ann Arbor and Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

The other two H3-45 coaches are part of the regular Indian Trails fleet, which provides charters, tours, shuttles, casino runs and daily scheduled service.

 

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