As electric buses become a more feasible option for pupil transporters, operators in the U.S. and Canada are noting various benefits, including charging efficiency, fuel savings, and the need for consistent maintenance training.
Winners of the company's 2018 Dealer of the Year, Pursuit of Excellence, and Diamond Dealer awards are recognized for their efforts to improve sales, market share, and customer satisfaction.
Even though ESC is not required on new school buses in the U.S.,many OEMs are making the technology standard, guaranteeing school districts provide safe, efficient transportation for students.
The IC Bus parent company bestows its Diamond Supplier Award on a group that represents the top 2% of its supply base.
The IC Bus vice president and general manager shares details on the manufacturer’s growing list of bus offerings and sales, and an anticipated increase in demand for safety technology.
The dealer adds Brattain International’s five locations in Portland, Salem, Albany, Eugene, and Bend to its already established footprint in northern California.
The school bus manufacturer conducts a closed course demonstration of electronic stability control and collision mitigation technology on the show.
OnCommand Connection electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (eDVIR) is designed to digitally capture and share pre- and post-trip and child check inspections.
Kajeet teams up with IC Bus and OnCommand Connection to provide more students with managed, filtered Wi-Fi service while on the school bus.
Technicians from Florida, West Virginia, and Arizona win top honors in the recent 12th Annual Navistar Technican Rodeo.
More than 240 attendees took part in one of this year’s four sessions. They join a network of over 2,000 alumni.
The school bus OEM’s annual scholarships go to family members of dealer employees.
Joel Landry of Western Canada Bus is named grand champion of the inaugural competition, in which dealer professionals show off their selling skills.