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2017 Extended Coverages for Bus Markets

At Cummins, when we see an opportunity to make something better to meet market factors or customer needs, we’re all over it. While the vast majority of our extended coverage plans in the bus market will be unchanged in 2017, pricing has been decreased in some platforms, and components added, making our Extended Coverage plans even more comprehensive and appealing in 2017.

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SmartEfficiency™: The Big Picture

SmartEfficiency is more than just a headline. It’s a working philosophy that infuses every aspect of product development, sales and support across all our bus markets to all of our customers. It’s not just the use of advanced technology, but also the implementation of logical workflow and customer support, to enhance productivity and improve customer satisfaction.

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School Buses Get Smarter Than Ever

One of the most intriguing new technologies presented at the recent National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) show in Kansas City was Cummins Connected Solutions.™ This telematics-based, data-driven suite of electronic products has the power to deliver real-time diagnostics and operator guidance, minimizing downtime and increasing operational efficiency for school bus fleets. This technology, which has been proven and widely adopted in various on- and off-highway applications, has the potential to extend engine life, decrease unplanned maintenance events and much more.

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Tips for Enhancing Cold-Weather Reliability

As winter approaches, it’s a great time to remind customers of the need for preventive maintenance. Being proactive and preparing vehicles for extreme conditions in advance enhances reliability, eliminates breakdowns and minimizes costly repair bills. This article contains 14 procedures, ranging from cooling-system maintenance to fuel choice to selecting the right engine oil, all of which can keep bus fleets running safely as the thermometer drops.

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ISL G NZ Now Shipping

Concerns about air quality in our major cities continues to be a driving force behind the spec’ing of natural gas engines in North American transit fleets. This is particularly true in urban districts that have been designated as non-attainment zones by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The good news is that Cummins ISL G Near Zero natural gas engine is now shipping for installation in transit buses. The ISL G NZ achieves 90 percent lower NOx levels than the current EPA limit of 0.2 g/bhp-hr, and meets 2017 EPA greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions requirements, with a 9 percent GHG reduction from that of the current ISL G.

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