Prevost releases second mobile service truck in Montreal area

Posted on December 12, 2014

Prevost recently sent its second mobile service truck into operation out of the Montreal area. The first Prevost service truck in Montreal had such great success that a second one was needed as soon as possible. The second service truck allows Prevost to offer even more services to the growing customer base in Montreal and for those that are traveling through or visiting Montreal.

With the launch of this second mobile service, Prevost once again proves their commitment to their customers, offering more mobile maintenance and repair service for motorcoaches and transit operators in the Montreal area. Prevost goes the extra mile by providing emergency roadside service or for schedule maintenance or repairs at a customer’s location.

Each mobile service vehicle is a fully-fitted mobile repair unit which allows for rapid response times, especially in the case of emergency roadside diagnosis and repair. The second mobile service truck is operated by a Prevost service technician who is certified for bumper-to-bumper maintenance and repair for all Nova Bus, Prevost and Volvo vehicles, including engine and transmission. In addition, they can perform repairs on most brands of motorcoaches in a customer’s fleet.

The second service truck joins the ranks of the other 33 Prevost mobile service trucks within North America, located throughout the U.S. and Canada. The mobile service trucks allow Prevost technicians to take a proactive approach to resolve potential problems before they occur. This allows customers to save money and time by allowing a service technician to come to them and diagnosis a problem first-hand.

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