Carl Busskohl began his career as a mail carrier in 1928, but soon he found he had passengers other than parcels. When folks increasingly asked to ride along on his route between Norfolk and Sioux City, Carl saw another opportunity: he traded his 7-passenger Buick in for a 25-passenger bus, making it the first vehicle of the Arrow Stage Lines fleet. After more than 80 years, Carl's enterprise has grown to include more than 160 luxury motorcoaches—all equipped with air conditioning, reclining seats, and spacious restrooms—that ferry groups, athletic teams, and big-window fan clubs to new destinations or on local and long-distance tours.
Performance Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Lincoln helps cars from 1983 and later stay calibrated for streamlined driving with oil and filter changes and full inspections. During the 30- to 60-minute service, factory-trained technicians feed crankcases up to 7 quarts of fresh-squeezed oil, which ensures that pistons continue pumping without engine-damaging metal-on-metal friction, and they also pop in a fresh filter to block contaminants.