Motorcoach

All Aboard America! adds new H3-45s to its fleet

Posted on July 29, 2019

All Aboard America! takes pride in its original and unique graphic design plans that ensure no two coaches will look exactly alike.
All Aboard America! takes pride in its original and unique graphic design plans that ensure no two coaches will look exactly alike.
All Aboard America! acquired four 2019 H3-45s this year to add to their predominantly Prevost fleet.

Headquartered in Mesa, Ariz., with operations in Texas and New Mexico, the company offers coach charters, scheduled daily route, and express service in rural communities, as well as contracted coach services for park and ride facilities, casino runs, employee shuttles, and custom contracts.

The new H3-45s feature the standard Prevost Electric Fan Drive. All Aboard America! was the first operator to demo the fan drive system prior to production The company was so impressed, based on their technicians’ feedback, they decided to retrofit the fan assembly on a 2013 model H3-45.

All Aboard America! has enjoyed an enduring relationship with Prevost since the company began purchasing coaches from the Canadian bus builder in the late 1990s. 

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