We care deeply about our environment and doing our part in helping to protect, not only the stunning, gorgeous Scotland that we live and operate our business in but, we care about the planet as well.
Of course, it is well known that public transportation and, moving many people at once in a coach, bus or more mass transportation systems are much less harmful to the environment.
But for us, that's not enough.
We do our very best to route our vehicles in order to minimise needlessly wasted mileage and reduce fuel consumption without impacting in any way our passenger's experience.
We do as much as we can to avoid heavy traffic by scheduling smarter where we can.
These, however, are just the start of our efforts in order to minimise our environmental footprint as much as we possibly can.
We go to extraordinary lengths to maintain our fleet to the highest possible standards to ensure that not only that our vehicles are extremely reliable but also so that they are running as cleanly and efficiently as possible.
The fluids we have to replace such as oil and brake fluids etc are all recovered and disposed of in an environmentally friendly as possible way.
Tyres also we deal with in as an environmentally way we possibly can.
Even going so far as to clean our buses to help them cut through the air as best possible on the outside and we clean as much as possible inside, asking our passengers to help by not leaving rubbish onboard or disposing of it responsibly, even if we are asked to assist with that.
And, as we replace and update our coaches and buses they are either replaced with or upgraded to the most modern and clean engines that are available, even if it costs us more.
These small details matter.
Some companies merely make statements that they care about the environment.
We don't, we do all this and more as, after all, we love the views just like all our passengers and we want them still to be there for generations to come.