PLAN AHEAD: UPGRADE YOUR BUS TRANSPORTATION NOW, DELIVER IN 2022

As material shortages continue in the automotive industry, procrastinating the purchase of your next bus or shuttle may cost in more ways than one.  The Bus Center’s award-winning sales team is here to assist!  With the shortages of chips, steel and labor, businesses will need to order now to update their fleet in 2022.   Call to discuss all options for the unique challenges head.  Toll Free:  844.256.6169

 

 

Benefits of Ordering Now 

  • Save Money:  It’s a fact that prices will continue to rise due to the increase of demand on limited product as well as continued increases on materials used to manufacture the buses themselves.  Costs on the entire supply chain have increased which causes our pricing to increase.  By placing your orders now, you can lock in the current pricing and save big!  

  • Financing:  We can help you obtain up to 100% financing for term lengths up to 7 years. We can also look at many different leasing options ranging from 2-5 year terms, set up in a way that best fits your use of the bus.  Ask about Section 179 Tax Deduction to see if you apply.

  • After The Purchase:  You do not have to bring your bus to Transportation South, Mid-South Bus Center, or The Bus Center – Atlanta every time it needs a routine maintenance check-up. Although we would be glad to do so, it is NOT required. We sell buses across the entire country and have developed relationships with local service shops in your area to make it easy to get your bus serviced locally whether it is a warranty or non-warranty related issue.

    Our Manufacturers:  Braun Vans, Champion Bus, Collins Bus, Executive Coach Builders, Federal Coach, Forest River Vans, Starcraft Bus, StarTrans, TransitWorks and Thomas Built Bus.  We also have a revolving inventory of used buses from many different manufacturers.

 

Celebrating 50 years of Excellence!  1972 – 2022

 

 

Source:   WRAL TECH WIRE

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