Bus Types in Use
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Travel With Hunny's current livery is red with a gold skirt. The previous livery was blue with gold skirt, but this changed to a red livery after route NWF stopped operating. The livery has since reverted back to blue and gold. The fleet has a wide variety of vehicles and is ever-changing.
Current vehicles in the fleet:
- 3 Dennis Dart MPD - One is ex-Go North East. One is in Mecca Bingo livery.
- 2 Dennis Dart SLF/Plaxton Pointer 2 - Both are ex-Yourbus.
- 2 Dennis Dart SLF/Marshall Capital - Ex Metroline / Ensignbus. Blue and gold livery.
- 1 Dennis Dart SLF/Caetano Nimbus - Ex-SM Coaches and Mitchell of Plean.
- 1 Dennis Dart SLF/Caetano Compass - Ex-Go North East. On loan.
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