While double-decker buses can be a fun and novel addition to tour companies’ fleets, one reason they are not more popular in North America is their size. The larger a motorcoach the more operators pay for fuel. And higher passenger capacities often lead to longer loading and unloading processes—making them a hard sell for the efficiency-minded U.S. tourism industry.
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Enter the Van Hool TDX. It is not only ADA-compliant but also features multiple entry doors for more efficient loading and unloading—even when filled to its maximum 81-person capacity. For a vehicle of its size, it is remarkably fuel-efficient, and the TDX does not skimp on the small details that make drivers and passengers more comfortable.
We are proud to use Van Hool motorcoaches in the National Charter Bus network. Want to learn more about the buses that could be included in your fleet? Check out our other pages on bus manufacturers for more deep-dives, or look through our bus rental options for a general overview of each model.