MS Society takes latest Stanford Renault conversion 24 July 2012

Stanford Coachworks has delivered a new converted Renault Master to the Multiple Sclerosis Society in Bromley.

The Euro 5-compliant 2.3-litre, long-wheelbase Renault LM35 minibus features a six-speed manual gearbox and provides 6ft headroom, offering five seats, plus a single driver's seat.

Nine lengths of Unwin semi-recessed low profile tracking has been fitted into the floor of the Renault Master, allowing for one detachable seat to enable secure entry and transport of four wheelchair passengers. The detachable seats are on transit rollers with NMI legs and feet.

All seats comply to M1 testing with safety head restraints, all age seat belts and Ambla incontinence upholstery. Additional safety and support features range from high visibility yellow textured handrails, to the practical width rear and side entrance, an automatic sliding side step and non-slip Taraplus flooring, with high visibility edging.

"The minibus conversion was a base vehicle we already had in stock, with a convenience pack upgrade," explains David Hardacre, Stanford Coachworks' sales and marketing executive.

"The upgrade included 'Renault In Dash' air conditioning, rear reverse sensors and one-touch driver's electric window," he adds.

John Challen

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