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Telin Transportation Group


From compact commercial buses to full size school buses and everything in between

We are your source of parts for Thomas Built Buses and Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp (FCCC) vehicles in Minnesota. No one has more access to these parts than we do. We also sell competitor parts and aftermarket parts for school buses. Thomas Built Bus and FCCC are a part of the Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) family, the largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in North America. Due to its size, DTNA has immense buying power meaning we can sell parts at very competitive prices.

We are also a REV Platinum Dealer. This is the highest level in the REV dealer network. REV is the manufacture of commercial buses, large RV’s, fire trucks and ambulances. As a REV Platinum Dealer, we buy and can sell at prices more competitive or below other parts sources.

Our parts analysts are factory trained on the parts they sell. They have direct access to the various Parts Distribution Centers (PDC) around the country. We also stock many parts in-house for same day delivery.

We invite you to call, let us show you what we can do for your business.

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Frequently asked questions

Camera systems monitor student and driver behaviour during routes, and record the external environment. School bus cameras can capture bullying between students as well as accusations against the driver. With video footage, you no longer have to resolve conflicting stories about interactions on the bus.

A typical school bus camera system consists of 2 to 8 dome or wedge specialized mobile cameras, a mobile digital video recorder, wiring harnesses, and video playback and archiving software.

The DVR can record signals from the vehicle, including braking, right and left turning, warning lights, and stop-arm deployment. It can also record G-sensor events, vehicle speed, alarms, and idle time.

By recording the school bus signals you monitor driver behavior and confirm if the driver has followed proper procedure, including braking, warning lights, and stop-arm. Video can be tagged with events, then you can search video that occured when the signal was deployed. The most common signal for this is stop-arm and panic button.

G-sensor measures any amount of force that was exerted on the vehicle during the route. For example, if the driver took a hard turn, or if there was a collision with another vehicle, the force of movement is measured by the G-sensor. If acceptable measurements are exceeded, an alarm is triggered and you can retrieve the video around that alarm to view the event.