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Delivering efficient, accurate estimates, on-time, as-promised repairs and the best inventory in the business from NFI parts, your MCI Service Center keeps your coaches on the road and earning revenue. And that takes a talented team of technicians.

MCI Service Centers make sure that each technician it hires receives at least 40 hours of training each year through MCI Academy, our 24/7 on-site and online training division. In addition to industry-standard training in all makes and models of motor coaches, each MCI Service Center has technicians with specific talents to deliver services that meet the needs of each regional market.

Here's a quick look at MCI's best:

MCI Service Center, Winter Garden, FL

Jackie Smith, Service Center Manager, has his MCI-trained technicians helping operators during snowbirds and year-round tourists from this busy central Florida location. For local operators, the Winter Garden location has a full paint and body shop which makes small accident jobs and major collision repair efficient. The facility is also popular for new brakes and suspension alignments for in- and out-of-town customers.

Shop supervisor Wes Kanga keeps repairs on an efficient and reliable schedule to meet the needs of operators in a market where tourism never stops. Not surprisingly, heating and air conditioning tune-ups and repairs are a specialty here.

  Email or call 407-378-6385  


It's that time of year to be more diligent about coach care and driver safety now that freezing weather conditions have arrived. Here's a short list of reminders on how to be better prepared:

  1. Drain coach air tanks daily, preferably at the end of the day before any moisture has a chance to freeze.
  2. Use the auxiliary heater and/or the block heater to assist in the starting of the engine. It's easier on both the engine and starter motor. And be sure to verify that the timer feature of the auxiliary heater works as part of the coach pre-trip inspection.
  3. Check and load-test the batteries. Remember, as the temperature drops, so does battery efficiency. Battery failure is winter's No. 1 reason for emergency service calls.
  4. Test tire pressure more frequently over the winter season. Air can leak more easily around the bead or at the valve stem in cold weather.
  5. Check windshield wiper and washer system function and replace  wiper blades if necessary.
  6. Remind your drivers to drive specifically for conditions on the road, not conditions on road signs and to maintain proper distance between all vehicles on the road.

For help with these and more winter-related inspection needs, call your nearest MCI Service Center or MCI Technical Support at 800-241-2947 with any questions related to coach winterization.



Effective January 1, 2020, there will be a slight increase to MCI labor rates — please contact me with any questions you have. We announced this change in the fall, but if you're interested in an economical option, MCI's Fleet and Coach Maintenance Agreements that can save you time and money. And remember, NFI Parts specials can also help you meet your budget.




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