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2008 MCI D4500 Foxwoods Bus


Cait Sith

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Why? LOL

 

not being racist or discriminatory but those are the kind who wreck buses more than anything.....sorry not being ignorant or trying to offend anybody whatsoever!

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not being racist or discriminatory but those are the kind who wreck buses more than anything.....sorry not being ignorant or trying to offend anybody whatsoever!

 

He's talking about those buses that recently overturned and wrecked on their way to the casinos. They are dangerous but not all of them. I would hate to see that bus get wrecked (for the passengers sake to of course).

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He's talking about those buses that recently overturned and wrecked on their way to the casinos. They are dangerous but not all of them. I would hate to see that bus get wrecked (for the passengers sake to of course).

 

 

Exactly! Thanks Harry I didnt know how to put it....I didnt want to upset anybody yah know and I couldnt agree any more.

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Exactly! Thanks Harry I didnt know how to put it....I didnt want to upset anybody yah know and I couldnt agree any more.

 

Yeah there were all unfortunate events. I'm sure we all understood what you meant. Let's just stick to the topic from now on end. :(

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Yeah there were all unfortunate events. I'm sure we all understood what you meant. Let's just stick to the topic from now on end. :(

 

 

Going back off topic, the D models have rarely rolled over, on flat roads. Reason being is they are not top heavy. So you can turn sharply and the coach won't roll over. That is why I loved driving them, especially in snow/ice. Weigh is distributed evenly etc....The older Van-Hools T2145 (2000 on back) and Prevost H3-45, will roll over. They are very top heavy. That is why most of the time a roll over that doesn't involve going into a ditch, involves those types of coaches. The Le-Mirage is even better since it is shorter than the D models. Like I said before, I spent more time driving coaches than buses.

 

Back on topic, I seen a Peter Pan D4505 on 5th Ave. All white, with the info on the bottom luggage bay door.

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