December 6, 2011

Prevost delivers H3-45s, launches website

Trenton, N.J.-based Stout's Transportation Inc. took possession of three Prevost 2012 H3-45 motorcoaches and plans to take delivery of two more in January 2012.

For more than five decades, Stout's has served the tri-state New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area as well as a wide swath of the Eastern seaboard stretching as far south as the D.C. metro area.

The new H3-45s, which bring Stout's motorcoach fleet to 25, are the company's first Prevosts.

Prevost also launched its new website in both English and French.

In addition to an updated look and feel, the new website features an enhanced user interface with easy-to-navigate menus and easily accessible links. The site provides quick links to Prevost Parts Promotions and online parts ordering, the online warranty tool and Prevost Liaison telematics system. Visitors can also get information about and view photographs of Prevost seated and conversion coaches and special coach features, such as the Volvo D13 engine and Prevost AWARE Adaptive Cruise Braking.

The website is geared to provide Prevost operators with the resources they need to operate their business productively. The site provides information about tuition-free service training, links to an archive of vehicle technical publications and gives access to videos about Prevost and Volvo coaches and features. The site also highlights new resources for Prevost operators, such as the popular Prevost Webinar program and the new Prevost Service Locator mobile app.

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