Canada Bus Parts Vendor Offers Diamond, Starcraft & Thomas Built Components

Nov 15, 2022

Canada’s biggest home of second hand buses and bus parts, The Bus Centre (1-800-661-5646), is making it easier than ever for you to get your bus back on the road.

Canada Bus Parts Vendor Offers Diamond, Starcraft & Thomas Built Components

If the wheels on your bus aren’t going round and round, and neither is anything else, Canada’s bus parts experts, The Bus Centre, are here to get you back on the road.

With their regularly updated online flyers, the bus parts vendor is making it easier than ever for you to find the exact component that you are looking for. From small parts like windshield wipers to full components like complete para-transit lifts, The Bus Centre has a solution to almost every bus repair or replacement need.

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With the average cost of a new high-end commercial bus in Canada currently estimated to be $175,000, The Bus Centre understands that buses don’t run cheap. That’s why they are proud to be offering Canadian school districts and other shuttle bus service providers, like senior transit firms, greater access to reasonably priced replacement parts to keep the buses you already have on the road for longer.

If a local mechanic doesn’t have the part you need, and can’t get it in stock, The Bus Centre is confident that they have something that will work.

With their online flyers, the vendors can help you to find the exact part you require, whether you are working with a commercial bus, school bus, shuttle bus, limo bus, electric bus, custom bus, or paratransit vehicle. They have parts to suit almost all popular makers, including Diamond Coach, Starcraft Buses, Thomas Built Buses, Collins Buses, and Malley Vehicles.

Because their new flyers have been compiled by the vendor’s experienced and factory-trained technicians, they categorize parts by size and purpose. You’ll notice that The Bus Centre currently has everything from oil filters to electronic destination signage, and from stainless steel rotors to chassis.

The Bus Centre has been serving Canada’s bus owners and drivers since 1987. In addition to providing online flyers, they continue to serve you directly from their Acheson warehouse or over the phone.

A spokesperson for the center said, “Our staff have a comprehensive understanding of parts performance, and we are well-versed on the latest innovations in transit technology. With over 50 years of combined bus parts experience, The Bus Centre employees are unmatched in getting results for our happy customers; we’d love to help you find the right part(s) for your transportation needs.”

If your bus is totally bust, trust The Bus Centre to help you put it back together again!

Visit to see how Canada’s bus parts and repairs experts can get you moving, fast.

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