How to Rent a Charter Bus Like a Pro

Planning any group trip or event can be stressful. One way to ease the pressure? Nail down a solid group transportation plan before you embark, and rent a Texas charter bus! That way, everyone rides together and comfortably without having to hail multiple rideshares when you want to go anywhere.

If you’ve never rented a charter bus before, here are the basics for smooth sailing once you go to book your bus:

You’ll need to know how many folks are tagging along before you can pick the perfect motorcoach for the job! When in doubt, opt for a larger bus than you think you’ll need—it’s better to have extra elbow room than to run out of seats.

Some small bus companies only service specific locales, and larger providers like National Charter Bus can service group trips anywhere in the country. So whether it’s a shuttle service in Austin or a bus trip out of Houston, knowing exactly where you’re traveling is essential.

Think you’ll need WiFi aboard your bus rental? An onboard restroom? Does ADA feature for wheelchair users? Your reservation representative should be able to find you what you need if you know what to request.

All that’s left is to reserve your group transportation service! To ensure the best availability, reserve 3 – 6 months in advance for off-season trips and 6 – 9 months ahead during busy travel seasons.


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