Specializing in low floor technology below 30', ARBOC specialty vehicles are the leader for your specialty needs. The Spirit of Mobility bus has achieved unsurpassed recognition into fleets all through North America. The Spirit of Freedom bus was consciously planned with a low floor for small transit and private operators in mind. Lastly is The Spirit of Liberty bus, has revitalized the low floor market. Debuting in October at the APTA, the Spirit of Liberty was the talk of the show.
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Easy on the wallet, the ARBOC Spirit of Freedom brings low floor capabilites to large fleets and small private operators alike. Passenger have entrance and egress through one 41" wide door whether an easy step up or, with the optional Ricon or Braun power ramps, a smooth ride in for wheelchair occupants. Choose from a varienty of cloth and vandal-resistant seat fabrics in forward facing, perimeter, or combination seating with or without luggage racks.
This fuel efficient bus of the future is available today. Ergonomically designed, the Freedom of Liberty dash surrounds the driver with digital readouts and diagnostics. Roomy lowfloor interior has plenty of space for up to 37 passengers or 6 oversized wheelchair zones with 17 seated riders to keep them company as the driver transports them across the miles.
The Spirit of Mobilty welcomes wheelchairs riders up its 34" wide and 62" long, 1 to 6 ratio ramp. As they pass through the wide 39" door opening, they will have access to a variety of secure wheelchair positions without disturbing the other passengers already in place. Xpress automatic tensioning allows for quick and easy securement so everyone can get back on the road to enjoy the endless vistas through the solid passenger windows.