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July 1, 2013

Prevost delivers H3-45 to Tenn.

The coach is equipped with Super Single tires on drive axle, seat belts and electrical outlets.


July 31, 2012

CH Bus delivers Temsa to Ind.

Coaches are equipped with a Cummins engine, Allison B500 transmission and three-point seat belts.


July 30, 2012

MCI delivers to Texas, S.C. operators

Taylor, Texas-based Clark Travel recently took delivery of 10 new MCI J4500 coaches, while the Bluffton, S.C.-based Lowcountry Regional Transportation Authority took delivery a new Commuter Coach.


May 1, 2012

Prevost delivers H3-45s to Calif., Neb.

All the new vehicles feature three-point seat belts and several Prevost features, including Liaison and electronic stability control.


November 2, 2009

Daimler delivers Setra S 417s to Tenn.

All four coaches feature satellite television, wireless Internet, 19-inch LCD monitors and TopSky, an unobstructed view of the sky that creates an open feeling in the coach.


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