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Testing Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) – Thomas Saf-T-Liner C2

Easy service and maintenance is another way Thomas Built Buses offers the lowest total cost of ownership in the school bus industry.

In this video*, we’ll show you how to test the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) in a Thomas Built Saf-T-Liner C2 school bus.


*This video filmed on-site by Thomas Built Buses at the Carolina Thomas Service Training Center

Got questions or want more information about testing diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) in a Thomas Saf-T-Liner C2 bus? Give us a call.
Office:   336-851-1718 Ext. 383
Mobile:  336-215-0970
Email:  vrivera@carolinathomas.com
Vinny Rivera
Service Manager


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The Benefits of Clean Diesel Vs Hidden Alternate Fuel Costs

In previous articles, we have shown the degree to which diesel technology has cleaned up its act. As of 2010, all large (Type C & D) school buses are required to meet the same emissions standards. From a certification standpoint, clean-diesel emissions are 90 percent cleaner at the tailpipe than they were 10 years ago and just as clean – if not cleaner – than other fuel types. In fact, the benefits of clean diesel are clear when compared to the “hidden” costs associated with other alternative fuels. (more…)

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Meet Jan Reynolds: Extraordinary Customer Service Every Day

Customer service is at the heart of the Carolina Thomas culture, and a phone call is often the first interaction customers have with the company. Thanks to Jan Reynolds, receptionist and administrative assistant, customers receive a warm, enthusiastic greeting and knowledgeable assistance. (more…)

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Clean Diesel is the New Alternative Fuel

Thomas Saf-T-Liner C2s in a Row“We are hearing a lot about alternative fuel in the industry right now,” said Caley Edgerly, president and CEO of Thomas Built Buses. “However, instead of focusing on the alternative fuel trends, school districts should be talking about which school bus operates efficiently, is better for the environment and saves money on fuel costs. It’s always great to have options, but when it comes to fuel choice, diesel remains the best fuel option for fleets today.”


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