November 22, 2013

ABC delivers 2 Van Hool C2045Ls to Fla.

Corporate Coaches Inc. took delivery of two wheelchair accessible 2014 Van Hool C2045L motorcoaches from ABC Companies. With the addition of the new vehicles, Corporate Coaches now has nine wheelchair accessible motorcoaches in their vehicle fleet.

Both of the 57 passenger motorcoaches are equipped with three-point seatbelts and feature upgrades, such as contoured enclosed parcel racks with integrated 22-inch LCD flat screen TVs, rear panoramic windows, 110-volt outlets and Wi-Fi. The coaches, which include a Detroit Diesel/Allison power train package, are also equipped with Braun wheelchair lifts and accommodate two wheelchairs per motorcoach.

Safety features include six-channel ABS system, automatic traction control, electronic stability control, lane departure warning, fire-detector in engine area, front kneeling system with QRS, front and tag axle independent suspension, backup alarms and mobile view live recording cameras.

In keeping with the long-time partnership with ABC, Corporate Coaches uses their “Fleet Assist” program, which provides continual service and performs tracked preventative maintenance that keeps motorcoaches running longer, safer and more efficiently.

The additional vehicles bring Corporate Coaches’ overall fleet size to more than 45 commercial vehicles, including 33 full-size motorcoaches and three 81 passenger double-decker motorcoaches, mini-buses, limousines, luxury sedans and vans.

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