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MCI delivers coach to Rye, N.Y. operator

Posted on September 4, 2012

Jak Rabbit Lines, the charter division of County Coach Corp., Rye, N.Y., recently took delivery a 2012 MCI D4505 coach.

The new D4505 seats 55 and comes equipped with electronic stability control, Smartwave tire pressure monitoring and a fire suppression system as standard safety features, along with an optional DriveCam and GPS tracking.

Powered by clean-diesel engine technology for near zero emissions, the coach complies with EPA regulations and the company’s own green standards.

Jak Rabbit has a fleet of 85 vehicles, including 12 coaches and a growing customer base.

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