ARBOC Specialty Vehicles is the undisputed leader in low floor technology featuring a full line of low floor buses for fleet, transit and private operators. Products include the Spirit of Mobility, built on a conventional GM cutaway with all passengers entering through the same 39 inch wide door opening with a beneficial kneeling feature allowing for an entrance of less than 5” from the curb without deploying the ramp. Next is our Spirit of Freedom, utilizing only General Motors standard suspension, creating a low-floor, ADA compliant bus capable of 1:6 ramp angle; all with an exceptional ultra-low price point. Third is the Spirit of Liberty, a low-floor, medium duty 29 - 33ft rear engine bus, featuring an open floorplan with no steps throughout the passenger area. Standard wheelchair zones are a spacious 54 x30 inches minimum.
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Built on a conventional GM cutaway with all passengers entering through the same 39 inch wide door opening with a beneficial kneeling feature allowing for an entrance of less than 5” from the curb without deploying the ramp.
Ward joined the company in 2004, where his accomplishments as product designer as well as lead engineer for Product Development more than prepared him for his new responsibilities as
No More Lifts, No More Steps
Providing low-floor technology below 30', Arboc Mobility will be exhibiting its Spirit of Mobility; the Spirit of Freedom model, designed as a simple low-floor for small transit and private operators; and...