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St Francis Propane Case Study

​The Propane Education and Research Council has put that together a case study from St. Francis School District 15 on Thomas C2 Propane units. The school tested three different brands before going with the Thomas Saf-T-Liner C2 powered by Powertrain Integration You can find the PDF here. They also just released…

CDL Update

You may have seen our recent newsletter about the CDL skill test update for Indiana. Below is a link to the CDL Manual Insert (update) and the manual online. CDL Manual Insert

Classic Thomas Video

​Find out how those familiar yellow school buses are built in High Point, NC. Produced by UNC-TV in partnership with Our State Magazine, with generous funding from BB&T.

Training Success

Despite the icy weather, the March training has been a success. Hopefully you were able to participate. Keeping current on your skills makes you a better and more productive worker. Thanks to everyone for attending and making this another great training session. For those of you who could not attend this session, our…


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Exciting Announcements

​ Providing Safe, Reliable, and Cost Effective transportation is important to all of us. As we at Kerlin Bus Sales along with Thomas Built Buses look to provide you the best value for the life of your vehicle we have some exciting announcements of things to come in the next few months. You may have seen the…

Training a Success

During our February 2014 training, Kerlin Bus Sales & IMMI crashed a 2000 FS65 Thomas lift bus. We used this as a training tool for transportation directors as a means to work with thru the processes in case of an accident or crash. The crash demonstration was an excellent tool to show how the bus…

Cummins 2013 Model-Year Engines

Cummins will meet 2014 emission requirements one year early and will once again improve fuel economy. To view the full article follow the link below.​