Indiana Charter Bus Company Purchases Two Coaches with Seatbelts

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With the introduction of new legislation currently under consideration by federal transportation authorities requiring charter bus companies to provide seatbelt restraints on all of their motorcoaches, Cardinal Buses Inc has recently purchased two charter buses with three-point seat belts.

Cardinal Charter Buses Purchases Two Coaches with Seatbelts

In light of recent studies conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Cardinal Buses has chosen to be proactive by purchasing two new motorcoaches equipped with three-point seatbelts.

With government transportation officials in talks about improving the safety of charter buses by requiring the installation of safety harnesses on charter buses, Cardinal Buses Inc is staying ahead of the curve by purchasing two charter buses with safety belts. The Indiana Charter Bus Company, with an already stellar highway safety record, is looking to make their buses even safer.

“In light of recent studies conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Cardinal Buses has chosen to be proactive by purchasing two new motorcoaches equipped with three-point seatbelts.” said Cardinal’s Marketing Director Sheila Dodd. “Although the additional cost is considerably more expensive, at Cardinal Buses, the safety of our passengers comes first.”

Long before the purchase of these two new state of the art coaches, Cardinal Buses has always made passenger safety a top priority. Drivers are required to pass rigorous safety training courses on a regular basis, and the motorcoaches are serviced on or ahead of schedule. Cardinal’s impeccable safety record has earned them top honors from the Department of Transportation, as well as the highest ranking available (1) from the Department of Defense, making them one of only a few charter bus services that are permitted to transport military troops.

Along with additional safety features, Cardinal has also been upgrading their charter buses to be more technologically advanced. Half of their most popular charter buses now come equipped with Wi-Fi internet access and power outlets, lending themselves to allowing passengers to be more productive during their bus trips across the Midwest.

About the Company: Cardinal Buses is one of Indiana’s oldest charter bus companies, dating their origins back to 1923. The Indiana charter bus company has seen growth year in and year out and now offers services throughout the United States and Canada. Call today and speak with a representative about chartering your group, sports team or field trip in one of our luxurious motorcoaches that can hold anywhere from 24 to 56 passengers.

Visit http://www.CardinalBuses.com or call (800) 348-7487 to speak with a representative today.

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