Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about our motor coaches or school buses? We've got answers! Or, contact us for more information.
Are your vehicles handicap accessible?
We are proud to offer wheelchair accessible coaches on any of our charters. To request a wheelchair coach for your next trip, please contact our office at least 48 hours prior to your departure, preferably at time of booking your charter.
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Do you have restrooms on board?
All of our motorcoaches have restrooms; minicoaches offer a lavatory option, and the Sprinter and school buses do not.
When is my deposit due and how much of a deposit do you require?
$200.00 per bus per day - due within 14 days of ordering your transportation. The balance is due 14 days prior to your trip
What is your policy on cancellations?
- If cancellation is 7-20 days prior to the trip the $200.00 deposit per bus would be lost.
- If cancellation is 2-6 days prior to the trip 50% of the cost of the trip would be lost.
- If cancellation is within 24 hours of the trip the entire amount of the trip would be lost.
Do you allow drinking and smoking on your vehicles?
Smoking is not allowed at any time. If you are going to have alcohol you must pay a $250 fully refundable deposit. Red, grape, and orange drinks are not allowed due to the permanent staining nature unless they are in resealable containers.
Do you allow eating on your vehicles?
Food may be brought on for your personal consumption. We ask that you remove your trash when you leave the bus.
How long can a driver legally drive?
A driver can work a total of 15 hours on duty with 10 hours driving in any 24 hour period. When a driver reaches either the 10 or 15 hour maximum they are required by law to have at least 8 consecutive hours off duty before they can do any work or driving again.
Are you insured?
Yes, a 10 million dollar policy - certificate of insurance can be furnished on request.
Are pets allowed on board?
Sorry, no pets, please.
**The only animals that are allowed on the bus are service animals specifically trained to aid individuals with a disability.