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Reason To Hire A Charter Bus

Reason to hire a charter bus

Pacific Coachways is one of the largest selection of charter buses, executive charters, and minibuses in the California, and has a team in place to accommodate all of your needs for corporate event transportation. If you’re not sold on booking a bus for your next event, check out a few reasons why you may need one:
1. You Have a Bunch of Employees

If you have a lot of employees on your payroll, it can be tough getting all of them from your office to the event space. Texas Charter Bus Company reserves buses seating up to 56 passengers, which means we can easily accommodate everyone on your staff.
2. Traveling Through Southern California has a high tendacy of traffic

Getting through Los Angeles isn’t always easy. Because of this, drivers tend to have a hard time getting through the city’s limits during peak traffic hours.

Minimize the amount of time your employees spend behind the wheel by getting them onto a charter bus or a collection of minibuses. Why force your employees to sit in traffic, wasting time and gas, when they can all get to the event as a unit?

4. Passengers Need Entertainment During Their Commute

You may have a hard time entertaining your employees when they’re riding in a car or on the train. With a charter bus, you give passengers a number of options for personal entertainment. By connecting to WiFi, riders can surf the web, check social media, or catch up on work.

Select charter buses also come equipped with DVD players and flat screen televisions, so passengers are also able to watch movies or television at their leisure. Last but not least, state-of-the-art surround sound speakers give passengers the ability to listen to any music they desire.
5. Relying on Alternative Transportation Sources is Risky

Relying on public transportation, car service, or a flight can be risky. Delays are inevitable, and the consequences of your employees arriving late could be catastrophic. Charter bus rides are exceptionally reliable.

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