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  • City BusSpecification of ZK6932HG City Bus
    Chassis of ZK6932HG City Bus
    Body of ZK6932HG City Bus...
  • Intercity Bus

    This kind of bus can be divided into ordinary bus and sleeper bus. Some of them are equipped with toilet. The seats in the intercity bus are placed with 2 + 2 or 2 + 1 type.

    This kind of bus is suitable for long distance trip. Therefore, there are some luggage storages below the bus coach or on the roof. So the platforms of these intercity buses...

  • ZK6129H Coach 1. It adopts nationally patented headlamp, PHILIPS bulbs and optional xenon bulbs to make the driving in nighttime as safe and comfortable as in daytime.
    2. The patented electric rearview mirror is specially designed for this bus to preclude from any blind zone. It can effectively reduce air resistance and fuel consumption....
  • Brt-Bus Rapid TransitThis kind of bus is often used by some group people, such as people in office or school, etc. The driving time and route is more flexible. However, there is no baggage compartment...
  • Special VehiclesThis kind of vehicle is engaged in special operations. The corresponding operation equipment is added to the chassis for different purpose, such as recreational vehicle, airport bus, engineering van, blood collecting vehicle, prison van, etc...

Bus is a kind of car used to transport a large mount of passengers. It is often used in long distance or public transportation. In China, "bus" is the abbreviation of public transportation.

Bus History:
Bus, originated in the 19th century in France, is the earliest public transportation. Now buses are usually cuboids with windows and seats inside. Generally speaking, the bus is the most popular public transportation.

The origin of the public traffic dates back to at least 1826. At that time, a retired military officer opened a flour mill in the suburban of Nantes in northwestern of France. He provided the hot water exhausted by the steam engine for people to have a bath. Then he constructed a public bathing. In addition, he used the wagon to transport the people in downtown. When he found that the people can use his public cart, then he opened the shuttle bus route between the bath hotel and the downtown. The passengers and postmen along the route can take the bus freely.

Paris is the first city which appeared the bus. Then London followed. On July 4, 1829, Omnibus, belong to the British George Shillibeer, appeared in the streets of London. Omnibus came and went between Paddington and London along the "New Road". It stopped in the Stingo, Yorkshire. There were 4 times daily in each direction. Less than ten years, this service had spread in many famous cities in France, Britain and America, such as Paris, Lyon, London, New York, etc.

In 19th century, the bus is driven by horse. At the time, taking this vehicle is not comfortable due to the limitation of the pavement. The invention of the tram presents the first challenge for this transportation. Because the bus runs along the uneven stone road, while the trams is along the smooth track. At the beginning of the 20th century, the bus started to use IC (internal combustion) drive. Now most buses are driven by gasoline, diesel. In recent years, some countries began to use liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), natural gas and electric drive.

The bus has an enormous influence on society. It plays a basic role on the city development. The bus makes citizens unprecedented close to each other. It also shortens the distance among the adjacent towns. It ensures our frequent mutual exchanges.