MB Citaro Facelift Pack Mod [TEP] (29/05/2016)

  • Type of project: Bus Modification/Repaint


    Name of project: MB Citaro FL TEP


    Involved persons: King aleorseTTo (me)


    Details: This is the bus of my city (Parma). The bus is based on the model of Helvete


    Copyright: Most of the work isn't mine so ask to Helvete the permission. Any external link has to lead to this page.


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    TEP - Non Official
    Bus: Citaro Facelift 18 / Iveco Cityclass 12

    Edited 2 times, last by King aleorsetto ().

  • Yes, in our country (italy) do not sell tickets on the bus, or rarely.
    If you want you can add it, it's not complicated.

    TEP - Non Official
    Bus: Citaro Facelift 18 / Iveco Cityclass 12

  • Well, in Brescia drivers (almost) always have some tickets with them to sell, but they cost more than what they'd do in shops etc...

  • No Cashdesk and Ticketprinter? ?(

    In Linz (Austria...) there are also no cashdesks. The tickets have to be bought in the station. So, it's not rare, that a bus does not have a cashdesk. ;)

    Gruss aus Tirol
    julian.j

  • Here in Monza I usually have a few tickets that I sell, but it' done all by hand, no ticket printer nore a cash desk, I keep the money in a pocket, as we used to do back then :D
    Only a very yellow ticket obliterator.