Los Angeles Bus Charter

Los Angeles Bus Charter

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Trailways Charters   1-877-467-3346
http://www.trailways.com/travel/group-travel-coach   The Buses you Remember and Trust!
Plan your next group trip with Trailways anywhere in the U.S., Canada or Europe. Our network of quality Trailways affiliates is standing by to serve you. Trailways offers bus charter quotes quickly. Please complete our Group Travel Request Form online or contact the Trailways Corporate Office (8:30a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern time M-F) or call 1-703-691-3052 or email your request to charter@trailways.com or fax it to 703-691-9047. For a list of Trailways bus companies go to http://www.trailways.com/team-trailways/motorcoach/listing/companies
Annett Bus Lines   800-282-3655
http://www.annettbuslines.com/   When only the BEST is expected, Annett delivers!
Eric and Norma Jean Annett founded Annett Bus Lines in 1976 with one motorcoach that traveled 65,000 miles its first year. Today, Annett Bus Lines is one of the most respected motorcoach companies in North America. Annett Bus Lines still thrives under family management. In 2002 the company successfully transitioned to the 2nd generation of family ownership. It's now owned and operated by brothers Brian and David Annett. With a continued focus on Safety, Reliability and Quality, Annett Bus Lines is setting the Standard of Excellence in the Bus Industry.

Bus travel is one of the safest and most fuel efficient forms of travel. More than 774 million travelers a year in North America travel by motorcoach. When selecting your bus company please remember that companies must have federal operating authority if they will be crossing state or provincial lines, and should be able to offer you proof of that authority, which is issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation or Transport Canada. Additionally, many states and provinces require that a carrier obtain operating authority for intrastate operations. This ensures they meet insurance requirements. Also remember to ask about their safety record and equipment and maintenance practices. The company should be comfortable with your questions and prepared to respond. As an outside source, you might also ask your provincial or state police about any experiences they may have had with motorcoach companies you are considering. Look for companies that conduct themselves in a professional manner over the phone and that promptly follow up on your inquiry.