5 Things You Need To Know Before Renting A Charter Bus

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Are you ready to rent a charter bus? You are not alone! Renting a charter bus is an excellent choice for many parties, but there are some things you need to know before you get started. Here are five things you should consider when renting a charter bus for your next trip:

1) Do I have enough people in my group that the price difference between one passenger and 15 passengers will be worth it? If not, then either take more time to find other riders or book your event on another date.  

2) Do I have a clear plan of where the bus will pick up and drop off? If not, then you need to figure that out. 

3) What time do I want to start my event when booking the rental? Do I know when it should end or is that flexible? You can ask for an end time but there may be a rush fee if you want to end the event at a certain time and more people are still riding. 

4) Can I get any discounts? You may be able to receive some but not all of these: military, veteran, senior citizen discount. 

5) Where do I go for help when renting my bus? If you have questions about your trip or what comes with your rental then don’t hesitate to talk to someone who can give clear answers – this is especially important before signing contracts! The office location will vary by company so check their website for full details. 

The team at Nationwide Bus Charter is here to help plan your bus charter trip, as well as help, answer any questions you may have. Feel free to give us a call at 800-439-2015 or visit our website at www.nationwidebuscharter.com.

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