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8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday
54 East Main Street
P.O. Box 3071
Lexington, Ohio 44904
Our Safety Rating & Maintenance Crew
S&S Coach is committed to your group's safety. Our founder served on the original committee of
State Patrol, state officials and industry leaders to set up the Ohio State safety inspection
standards. These standards continue to insure the safety of the Ohio motor coach industry.
The Ohio State Patrol Motor Carrier Enforcement Unit’s primary function is to ensure the safe operation of
commercial motor vehicles within the State of Ohio. This goal is achieved through education
and enforcement of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and PUCO Safety Rules.
S&S Coach also retains one of the best safety ratings in the nation from the
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (division of the U.S. Department of Transportation.)
S&S Coach has a written maintenance program which meets or exceeds all regulatory and manufacturer preventative maintenance standards. We have our own full-service garage.
Follow the link below to the U.S. Department of Transportation Safety and Fitness Electronic Records (SAFER) System for a "Company Snapshot." Enter our USDOT number: 98478 to view our safety rating, inspection and crash history, even insurance information.
Detailed Company Snapshot Safety Data from the FMCSA
Ohio Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspection Process
Information from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Ohio State Highway Patrol Motor Carrier Enforcement Unit: commercial vehicle inspections lead to safer roads and can help economy
On April 10 and April 11, 2018, Motor Carrier Enforcement Inspectors for the Ohio Highway Patrol inspected each of S&S Coach’s motor coaches at the company garage located in Lexington, Ohio. S&S Coach received its annual safety inspection decals for each motorcoach.
Did you know?
Each bus in Ohio is inspected by the Patrol once per year, and a decal is placed on the vehicle when it passes inspection. These vehicles include charter busses, airport shuttle busses, and any other bus that might be used in commerce. These inspections are very similar to the annual state inspections conducted on school busses within the state. This program began several decades ago when the Ohio Bus Owners Association approached the Patrol to start an inspection program. Like in the commercial trucking industry, good carriers welcome the inspection program because it helps to keep unsafe carriers off the road.
Ohio Charter Bus Service