Motorcoach Archives - Page 15 of 19 - BUSRide

Nothing regular about superlative service

Four Temsa TS35s serve a distinct niche for Jefferson Lines.

Motorcoaches are now in the loop

Indian Trails and MDOT bring a proven technology to hearing-impaired bus riders.

Is there a liquidity crisis in the coach industry?

What is a “liquidity crisis” and how it is affecting the coach industry and lenders like Wells Fargo Equipment Finance?

Celebrity Bus Drivers Academy opens doors this month

The Celebrity Bus Drivers Academy, a program Prevost, Sainte-Claire, QC, Canada, supports, again takes place May 16 in Nashville, TN.

Six ways bus fleets can save fuel

There is a tendency to think bus and coach fleets generally do not run fuel efficient, that operating a fleet of buses by nature is a high fuel-consumption vocation and there is just not much anyone can do about it.

CH Bus Sales and Temsa gel for 2012

The Temsa bus and motorcoach brands belong to Temsa Global and runs in more than 40 markets worldwide including Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

Fires on the bus are a global concern

Statistics from the insurance sector show stricter requirements to install fire extinguishing systems in engine compartments can significantly reduce the number of total loss cases of fires in buses.

Parking lot dings are the tip of an expensive iceberg

However insignificant they may seem on the surface, parking lot dings and maintenance yard mishaps are serious business.

BUSRide Road Test: Early takers give high marks

The all-new 45-foot Setra ComfortClass S 407 unveiled one year ago by Daimler Buses North America, Greensboro, SC, has joined its sibling to offer operators a competitive choice in the Setra line, and one that is more suitable for commuter and line-haul service.

The New Year brings new seating options

Freedman Seating, Chicago, IL, the family-owned seating manufacturing company for bus and truck markets, which Hyman Freedman founded over 100 years ago will introduce more new products and options in 2012 than any time in its 119-year history.