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Specialty Vehicles showcases its new Mini Trolley

Posted on October 8, 2018

Based in Henderson, Nev., Specialty Vehicles provides trolleys, trams, and electric shuttles all over the globe.
Based in Henderson, Nev., Specialty Vehicles provides trolleys, trams, and electric shuttles all over the globe.

Specialty Vehicles recently previewed its new Mini Trolley, manufactured by Advance Green in Goshen, Ind., — a gas-powered trolley with a smaller than normal trolley capacity of 14 passengers or less. The unit is perfectly designed for transit and tour operators who want to employ non-CDL drivers.

The Mini Trolley is available in a transit model with ADA, fare boxes, and destination signs or in a tour model with upgraded seat cushions and sliding windows. The Mini Trolley can also be built to specialize in wedding charters, with an all-white Mini Trolley fully equipped with a rear conductor’s platform, removable side windows with roll down rain curtains, all brass interior stanchions and grab rails, leather straps, a bar, and an icebox.

Based in Henderson, Nev., Specialty Vehicles provides trolleys, trams, and electric shuttles all over the globe.

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