Reliance Motor Services are excited to announce the purchase of a new ADL Enviro 200MMC. The bus is expected to join the fleet in September 2018 after an extensive trail period with a number of ADL vehicles. Gary Newby, partner at Reliance, says “The ADL vehicle was the best fit for us at this time, the team went above and beyond with demonstration buses and sales support to make sure we were happy with the vehicle we are purchasing. We are delighted to be purchasing a bus that is made here in Yorkshire and we will be adding some branding to the bus to reflect this.”
Richard Matthews, ADL Retail Sales Director, comments: “We are pleased to have been able to support Reliance Motor Services recently by making available some of our demonstrator buses for evaluation and to cover a vehicle requirement that arose from this quality independent operator’s expansion of business. This order confirms our Enviro200’s class-leading attributes and we are particularly delighted to have been given this vote of confidence from a new customer whose fleet has until now consisted exclusively of a competing marque.”
Please note that as of the 15th of October 2017, we will be unable to accept the old style pound coin on our vehicles.
We are sorry to say that X618 VWR has left the Reliance fleet.
We are however, happy to report that the vehicle has gone into preservation, and we hope that the new owners will bring it back for a visit in the future.
The vehicle had been with Reliance since new and covered roughly 1,240,000kms with us, working on nearly all of our routes past and present. Its last job with us was a piece of in fill filming for Emmerdale, footage should be on the screens later this month.
Monday 28th November for 7 working weeks
Due to the kerb replacement work being undertaken on Brompton Road, we will not be able to operate via our normal route between the hours of 0900 and 1530.
The diversion route misses out Rawcliffe Drive, Rawcliffe Lane and Brompton Road. The vehicle will pick up the normal route from Burdyke Avenue.
Timing points will be maintained as closely as possible.
Monday 31st October 2016 sees Stillington Road closed for 5 weeks to allow repairs to a damaged culvert. All of our services will divert through Crayke village for the period of the closure. There will be no service to the following bus stops – Easingwold Health Centre, Easingwold Crabmill Lane, Easingwold Old Fire Station, Easingwold Football Ground, Easingwold Golf Club.
You can find full details of the ameded times on the Reliance Live page here.