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Don't Get Stuck! Why A Mini Bus Is Great For The City

Posted by Laura Galijan on 6/27/14 6:30 AM

When city transportation comes to mind, a bus is not the typical mode of transportation that comes to mind. However, a smaller more compact option is available for most any transportation need. A mini bus is a maneuverable, narrow body configured vehicle specially designed to handle needs of those who desire smaller transportation. Let’s explore a few reasons why a mini bus is a great option for city-based transit companies.


Mini buses boast a great advantage over their larger counterparts; their compact size. The height of these vehicles is lower than traditional shuttle buses and typically ranges from

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Topics: mini bus, new bus, tour bus

6 Useful Tips To Prolong the Life of Your Tour Buses

Posted by Laura Galijan on 6/17/14 11:00 AM

For the past few years, tour and motorcoach ridership has been on a steady increase. In 2012 alone the motorcoach industry transported passengers across 75.7 billion miles within the United States and Canada. With each motorcoach travelling an average of 49,800 miles each year, it’s important to make sure each bus stays in top shape. Let’s discuss a few useful tips that can help prolong the life of your tour buses. 

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Topics: bus service, tour bus

Tour Bus Essentials You Didn't Consider

Posted by Laura Galijan on 6/14/14 7:06 AM

Vacationers value convenience. By offering bus service to your guests, you're saving them time during their valuable vacation. The more convenience you offer your guests, the more likely they’ll look to your company again the next time they book a vacation or tour. Here's how to get the most out of your tour bus:

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Topics: new bus, tour bus

Hire The Best: How To Choose A Driver For Your Tour Bus

Posted by Laura Galijan on 6/5/14 7:35 AM

After you’ve looked at tour buses for sale, located the perfect unit, and are ready to operate, you’ll need to hire a stellar driver. Choosing a driver for your tour bus business will be one of the most important decisions you can make. The temperament and professionalism of the tour bus driver can sometimes make or break the experience. Before selecting a permanent hire its important to carefully review a few factors.

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Topics: new bus, tour bus

7 Facts About Tour Bus Sales To Ease The Buying Process

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/28/14 10:42 AM

Education is the most important part of purchasing any vehicle. When it comes to tour bus sales, some don't realize the process and examination on part of the buyer that takes place. If you are considering purchasing a bus for your tour business, read the common misconceptions buyers often have when looking to purchase a tour bus.

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Topics: new bus, tour bus

3 Reasons People Hate The Tour Bus Sales Process

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/20/14 1:43 PM

Buying a bus for your tour bus company can be difficult enough. Throw in the added headache of catering to diverse clientele on long journeys and it can be a dreadful process. Bus buying doesn’t have to be a complicated process and in this post we'll discuss some of the headaches and benefits of tour bus sales.

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Topics: luxury bus, new bus, tour bus

Similarities & Differences Between Church & Tour Bus Sales

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/8/14 7:06 AM

Both churches and tour companies find themselves in need of additional transportation options. Though there can be some identical features to their clients and community, the buying process and use for the buses can be completely different. We’ll look at a few similarities and major differences that tour and churches face when looking to purchase and operate a vehicle.

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Topics: new bus, church bus, tour bus, used bus

Why A Mini Bus Is Crucial To Your Tour Business

Posted by Laura Galijan on 4/2/14 9:13 AM
Having the appropriate transportation for a tour business is essential. A customers experience is influenced by not only their destination but also how they arrive.  Seating arrangements, luggage racks, and vehicle maneuverability are all factors in transportation. Many tour operators think they need to go big, when in reality a smaller bus can expand their offerings.
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Topics: mini bus, new bus, tour bus

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