Safety & Training


Safety is the highest priority for Young Transportation and all IMG Members. All coaches are routinely inspected and maintained by a team of skilled technicians. Our fleet is in top operating condition by stringent preventative maintenance programs throughout our network.
All vehicles meet standards for the prevention of air pollution. They have the most environmentally up-to-date emission systems in the world in order to help protect our earth.

Who is IMG?

International Motor Coach Group, Inc., an organization of elite motor coach companies, is internationally recognized for providing the highest quality passenger transportation services throughout North America.
Our superior knowledge of the transportation business allows us to focus on safety, quality service, superior equipment, and of course price. These are our strong points. Although price is important, the confidence that the safety standards, driver competence, vehicle integrity, cleanliness, and customer service that IMG offers is fundamental. IMG is committed to exceeding our customers' highest expectations for their transportation experience.

The Company. . . . What about experience and company history?

The reputation of a company depends on its stability and efficiency. A fledgling company is untested. If you have any doubts about a company, ask for proof of national operating authority. Bigger is not necessarily better, but those wishing to charger a motor coach should be aware that an inexperienced company may not have the full range of technical and managerial support necessary to provide world-class service. Young Transportation will soon be celebrating our 70th year in the motor coach industry and was recognized as the IMG Operator of the year in 2007.
If you have any other questions, please contact
Ray Shulman, Safety & Compliance Director
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#828-777-8476 (cell)
#828-258-0084 (local)
#800-622-5444 (toll free)




Monthly Driver Training
Ray Shulman, Gil Dresback, and Fred Park