Entry ramps provide a dignified, equal approach to entering a low-floor bus. By allowing wheelchairs and those with disabilities the opportunity to enter the bus through the same door as ambulatory passengers, a low-floor bus provides equal access for all. The exteriors of our buses are built with materials that do not promote rust or corrosion. This is important when purchasing a bus because in most cases, your customers will see your bus on the road before they ever do business with you. So, a good first impression can be the difference between a new customer and a missed opportunity. Our customers have found that buses purchased from us serve as marketing pieces that they are proud to operate within their communities. If your low-floor bus looks like new, it properly reflects the large investment you made to transport your customers comfortably and safely. Our buses meet and exceed Federal Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS), and can be built with wheelchair accessibility that meets and exceeds ADA requirements.
Low-floor buses provide dignity for all passengers, and our manufacturers of low-floor buses provide the safest, most comfortable, and most reliable models. With flat, level interior floors and the highest-grade bus flooring to prevent slipping, our low-floors have been the preference of transit and senior living customers alike. To allow the easiest passenger navigation, our models come with a slightly wider body, allowing wheelchairs to easily perform 360 degree turns and ambulatory passengers enough aisle space to safely walk to their seat. Plus, we offer a kneeling version to lower the bus even more, to minimize the slope of the entrance ramp. Our buses are built to withstand the most rigorous use, and far outlast the other products attempting to create a similar product. When you buy our low-floor buses, you are buying the best product in the market, along with our best-in-class service and support for the lifetime of that product.