Knowing that the coach-builders were in Portugal, I assumed that the vehicle could be comfortably operated under Scotland's usual weather conditions without the need for air conditioning. If this were not the case then the sales agents should have advised me of this or air conditioning should have been provided as standard.
Our experience in operating in the summer and winter in Scotland has not been good:
The forced air system does not operate when the power door is open meaning that there is no ventilation at all for passengers on the bus when others are still outside. Even in Scotland this has become a serious issue.
There is insufficient alternative fresh air ventilation and this should have been addressed either by additional roof vents or by window opening/sliding devices.
IT WOULD BE FAIR TO SAY THAT I HAD BETTER SUMMER VENTILATION IN MY LDV 16-SEATER THAN IS PROVIDED IN MY TOYOTA SALVADOR CAETANO OPTIMO V!
On cold mornings in Scotland the windscreen can be totally iced over. The heating system on the bus does not warm up sufficiently when idling to clear the windscreen at all.
The location of the ventilation vents on the dashboard mean that it is impossible to blow warm air onto the driver's left hand (remember this is a right hand drive vehicle), meaning that fingers remain freezing for up to 20 minutes after the coach gets underway.
In cold wet conditions with a lot of damp passengers on board, the windows steam up, but the forced air can keep this pretty well under control. There are no vents over the power door though and this remains steamed up continually to the detriment of the passengers' enjoyment.
THESE ARE SEEN BY US AS SERIOUS pROBLEMS WITH A PASSENGER COACH.
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