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Alexander Dennis Limited (“ADL”), has announced that it has delivered eight high-specification, PSVAR-compliant Plaxton Elite coaches to Scottish operator Park’s of Hamilton.
The new fleet of coaches are all 13.2m long, with 53 seats, and will be used on Park’s of Hamilton’s operations across Scotland.
The PSVAR-compliant coaches have a Volvo B8R chassis and are equipped with a range of high-specification features including entrance mounted wheelchair lift, alloy wheels, head up display driver warning system with haptic driver seat, vehicle wash-down and vacuum systems, heated front upper and lower windscreens and 360-degree view CCTV system installed.
They have been painted bright white and have many customer features including seats fitted with leather headrest, piping and sports trim, armrests, extended head-rests and automatic de-recline, seat back tables, magazine nets and fixed footrests, two TV monitors, Smart audio system with Bluetooth, USB sockets to all seats and provision for wi-fi.
Park’s of Hamilton delivers coach hire and city to city express services across Scotland. Director Michael Andrews said: “These are very high-spec vehicles which further underline our commitment to providing luxurious and professional coach services for our customers. We look forward to putting them into operation in time for our customers to enjoy them during the festive season and beyond.”
Simon Wood, General Manager of New and Used Coach Sales with Alexander Dennis, said: “It’s a pleasure to deliver these vehicles to Park’s of Hamilton, a long-standing customer of ours. They are extremely well-appointed and excellent quality coaches and will fit perfectly into their luxury coach fleet.”
This article first appeared on www.focustransport.org
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