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State School Bus Purchasing Program
 

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School Buses

Telin Transportation Group is your local dealer for Thomas Built Buses. We sell new and pre-owned buses to meet customers' transportation needs. Our decision to become part of the Thomas Built Buses dealer network allows us to access new and pre-owned inventory using the exclusive Thomas Built Buses' Bus Trader. If we do not have the bus you are looking to purchase in our inventory, we can access the Bus Trader to check inventory at all Thomas dealers.

Why purchase a new Thomas Built Bus? Thomas buses are reliable, durable and stand up to the daily operational needs of any application. Thomas Built Bus is a Daimler company, the largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in the world. Their product lines consist of the Minotour, Saf-T-Liner C2, Saf-T-Liner EF and Saf-T-Liner HDX. Thomas builds more than school buses. The product lines offer school buses, activity buses, child care buses and buses to meet a variety of other customer applications.

For years you've seen our buses on roads across the country. You probably know TBB's reputation for outstanding quality and safety. And you may drive, maintain or manage Thomas Built school buses in your fleet. But who is Thomas Built Buses? What's under the hood?

At the heart of our company, you'll find innovation, hard work, honesty and philanthropy. And all of that comes from our people. Yes, if you really want to know Thomas Built, get to know the people in the plant and in our dealerships. Every member of our team works hard, because they take pride in the buses we produce and care about the students our buses will be transporting. Our buses are the best because our people are the best. And I am incredibly privileged to be part of this company. Take a look at this wonderful video, and you'll see what I mean.