An executive coach is a dynamic model designed for individuals who enjoy all things luxurious, stable, and tasteful. Our executive buses carry a capacity of at least 30 persons or more equipped with plentiful seating and state-of-the-art features unparalleled by any other company. No matter how modern and lavish a particular service vehicle is, even high-quality models malfunction from time to time.
Overheating is a familiar concept for large entities and happens for countless reasons. As travelers, it is important to expect the unexpected. In today’s blog, CoachWest will demonstrate what to do if your executive coach randomly overheats.
Pull Over and Turn Off the Engine
Overheating means the engine system is stressed or the cooling system is malfunctioning, preventing heat from escaping. Long drives make engines more likely to overheat and give out. Sometimes letting the engine cool down and rest is the best course of action. Other reasons for an overheated executive coach vehicle includes:
- Broken pump or fan
- Clogged hose
- Coolant Leaks
- Transmission Oil
- Dirty Air Filter
- Malfunctioning Belt
Contact the Proper Authorities
Whether it is a private or publicly known roadside assistance company, get in touch with auto experts right away to evaluate the next course of action. If you are having issues locating the root of the problem on your own, contact the proper mechanics like the CoachWest service center. Our auto tech professionals can cover all facets of repairs stretching from electrical, general maintenance, bodywork, and more.
Add Coolant if Necessary
A quick top-off will get you to the nearest auto-shop or bus service area if there is a coolant leak. Locate the driver’s manual to determine how to administer engine coolant. If coolant is not readily available, contact a towing company to prevent further vehicle damage. At CoachWest, we do not recommend using water as a substitution for coolant; doing this will further damage your executive coach.
Switch to an Alternative Mode of Transportation
When all else fails, sometimes it is necessary to switch nonfunctional vehicles that require a towing service or are not readily amenable at the moment. Suppose you are riding with a large group in the neighboring area. In that case, CoachWest can supply an alternative executive coach or equally suitable mode of transportation for your corporate event or group outing. At CoachWest, we have a very catering mentality to our patrons and work to exceed expectations even during an unprecedented event.
Executive Coach Transportation Tips by CoachWest
CoachWest supplies highly functional vehicles designed for commercial, residential, or recreational use. We understand the importance of maintaining our fleet of executive coaches for an enjoyable, worry-free event. Looking for an executive coach addition or require auto maintenance? Contact us online or call (310) 609-2900, and let’s talk!