Torsus Praetorian 4×4 Bus offers Passengers Protection from COVID-19

Social distancing and more!

Torsus Praetorian 4×4 in its element.
(Images: Torsus)

The Torsus Praetorian 4×4 bus has a modular interior that provides passengers with safer seating.

Changes are coming to the rugged Torsus Praetorian 4×4. TFL Studios and TFLoffroad are rather fond on the new Torsus off-road bus company. They reacted quickly to the current crisis. Many of their rugged buses will be needed to go into Covid-19 hot-spots around the world with medical crews.

This is one of the reasons Torsus makes these over-built vehicles. They are not just for mining, surveying and recreation, but emergency work as well.

You can read our post about the Torsus Praetorian 4×4 bus (here).

Discussions with TORSUS distributors around the world indicated that when much of the global community had to pause, multiple industries such as mining, remained operational but needed to ensure the safety of its staff to and from work sites.

To support these industries TORSUS is proud to introduce the ‘Anti-COVID-19’ social distancing pack for the TORSUS PRAETORIAN. By taking advantage of the vehicle’s modular interior configuration TORSUS engineers have been able to ensure that passengers can be transported safely while social distancing is adhered to.  – – Torsus

Social distancing and more

Torsus is taking steps to insure the safety of their passengers. They are creating a special seating configuration with Covid-19 in mind. The double row seats on each side can be removed in the 37-seat Torsus Praetorian. This will leave a single coach seat on each side. It cuts passenger capacity in half, but it allows for safe distancing and the installation of more safety equipment.

Each seat is encased in a protective pod crafted from 3.5mm thick clear plastic. This is specifically moulded to slot into the now vacant seat rails. According to Torsus, this will not cause any damage to the rails.

The Torsus Praetorian can be reverted back to its full capacity interior
when social distancing is no longer required . This can be done without any noticeable interior damage.

For more information about Torsus, click (here).

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