Anderson Coach & Travel Adds Three Prevost H3-45’s

For the first time since a worldwide pandemic, Anderson Coach & Travel, of Greenville, PA, is adding new buses to its fleet.

“We’re very excited about these new coaches,” President Doug Anderson said. “Our goal is to provide superior travel experiences for our guests and these vehicles’ enhanced features will make for smooth, comfortable rides.”

Three new Prevost H3-45 deluxe motorcoaches will arrive this summer. They’re the first new vehicles for Anderson since 2019, Evan Anderson, Driver & Safety Manager of the family-owned company, said.

“The new coaches feature seating in the company colors designed by Evan Anderson. The coaches — which are ADA accessible — also include the most spacious cabin environment in its class, an ergonomically designed leather seating configuration, and unmatched accessibility with the lowest overall height in the industry, meaning easier access to a variety of locations,” according to a press release. “And, the new models feature improved fuel economy of 10 percent, optimal light and temperature control, 110V and USB outlets at each seat, and ample storage options.

“Constructed in Sainte-Claire, Quebec, Canada, Prevost coaches have been the brand of choice for Anderson for decades. Over the years, Anderson has purchased many coaches from the company. These three bring the total of Anderson’s entire fleet of motorcoaches to 46 vehicles.”

“We are so proud of our long-standing partnership with Anderson Coach, and we are excited to be delivering three beautiful new, redesigned H3-45 coaches to them,” François Tremblay, President of Prevost & VOLVO Group Canada, said. “The road back to business-as-usual has at times, been a bumpy one for the motorcoach industry. Prevost is honored to be a part of Anderson’s journey and we look forward to their continued success.”

“Now, what we need most, are more people to become part of our team as drivers,” Evan Anderson said. The company has a training class coming up soon and interested people can apply at

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