There are a range of shuttle bus options for retirement and healthcare facilities. It can be difficult to narrow scope for the best selection. Not all vehicles can provide the best layout for passengers or comfort on a long haul ride. Two options exist fit for retirement shuttle bus market. Let’s explore these two options and learn their biggest advantages.
Seating That’s Just Right
Not every bus is created equal. Designed to move more people, more comfortably than a standard van a minibus is a great option for retirement facilities. Seating near 15 passengers in one vehicle without cramming is easy. The Starcraft Allstar 22 offers versatile layout options, including luggage storage and wheelchair seating. Need over 15 spaces for passengers? No problem. The Allstar can accommodate up to 25. What about spaces for up to five wheelchairs? Certain models can be modified to seat everyone in need of transportation.
Comfortable For the Long Haul
Rural retirement areas may find the need to transport seniors’ long distances for doctor specialist appointments or special events. No matter the need, a roomy, well-equipped vehicle is necessary. Whether new or used, Turtle Top provides superior comfort for senior centers traveling across their region. Wide aisle seating and headroom allow more room to avoid the closed-in feeling a long journey can sometimes cause. Long haul driving is matched with maneuverability.
Passenger comfort and vehicle performance remain the two leading prerogatives for today’s retirement shuttle buses. Two vehicles, the Allstar and Turtle Top models, can provide a breadth of amenities to
comfortably get seniors where they need to go. To learn more about the vehicles and the many shuttle bus systems on the marketplace, contact the in-house team at Creative Bus Sales.