October 30, 2012

Calif. operator adds 2 Van Hool T2145s

Orange Calif.-based Transportation Charter Services (TCS) added two new Van Hool T2145s as part of its fleet expansion to 25 units.

The two new Van Hool 57 passenger T2145s are powered by Detroit DD13 engines driving through Allison B500 Gen IV transmissions.

They also offer passengers leather seats with three-point belts, 110-volt outlets, parcel rack iPod connections, REI luxury entertainment system with 15-inch flat screen TVs, Alcoa DuraBright aluminum wheels and Van Hool’s unique rear passenger window.

TCS, well-known in Southern California doing mostly local charters specializing in serving school and religious groups, recently started a small satellite operation in Calgary.

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