2014 has been a great year for new minibus launches. Ford have launched the van of the year based Torneo, an ideal minibus to carry 8 passengers and their new Transit in 14 & 17 seat layouts. These two are probably the stand-out launches this year, but with other manufacturers coming to the market with new product, including a lighter minibus that can be driven with a 3.5 tonne licence, the choice is wider than ever. But what else do you need to know?
At School minibus leasing, we have been providing minibuses to schools and academies for many years. We spend time with the decision makers and from speaking to them it is clear that getting all the information needed has in the past meant hours of trawling across websites and long government documents to try to understand the licensing, the responsibilities and the servicing of a new minibus. Choosing the minibus, may after all be the easiest part.
At school minibus leasing, we have dedicated ourselves to placing all the information and help that you need at your fingertips. We offer only the products that we know and trust implicitly. We work with partners that provide industry standard training, access modifications and funding choices.
In addition to schools, we have dedicated teams to look after clients with specific needs for a new minibus. A hotel, a charity/religious body or a club will have different requirements to those of a school. we understand and will help you to understand which permits, if any, you need to operate your new minibus. Along with partners, we can help arrange the training that your drivers have to have and help you to set up service routine that satisfies all authorities.