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nygrl
02-22-2005, 06:41 PM
does anyone know who if any rent large vans or small busses. we are going in oct for a baseball tournament at wide world of sports and will have about 40 people to transport around, HELP!!

CarolA
02-22-2005, 06:42 PM
I would contact bus companies. You are going to have to pay for the driver also, Try Coach USA. I have used them for Girl Scouts with good results.

nygrl
02-22-2005, 06:47 PM
thanks for the quick reply.. do you know where coach usa is out of. should i just call information.
thanks :wave2:

safetymom
02-22-2005, 07:26 PM
http://www.coachusa.com/

Chip 'n Dale Express
02-22-2005, 09:27 PM
The Coach USA conglomoerate has been sold off in different parts of the country. Here in Orlando, they are now American Coach Lines of Orlando. (Not to be confused with American Motorcoaches)

http://americancoachlinesoforlando.com/

Other companies to consider:

Express Transportation - http://www.expresstransportation.com/
Discovery Charters - http://www.discovery-charters.com/
Pegasus - http://www.pegasusbus.com/
Atlas Motor Coaches - http://www.atlasmc.com/
Jet Set - http://www.jetsetusa.com/
Mears Transportation - http://www.mearstransportation.com/
EZ-Bus - http://www.ezbusinc.com/
MCA Transportation - http://www.mcatransportation.com/
Orlando Bus, Inc. - http://www.orlandobus.com/

A standard 40 foot coach typically seats 47, and a standard 45 footer will seat 52-57 pax.

I've never used any of the companies that I've listed, so I can't vouch for service or anything. However, they all run late model coaches that appear to be maintained in a professional and safe manner. A lot of the smaller companies may offer lower prices, but sometimes at the expense of safety and maintenance to thier old and beat up coaches.

You can check on a charter companies safety rating at www.safersys.org (http://www.safersys.org/) by inputting company name, or DOT number.

nygrl
02-23-2005, 10:12 AM
The Coach USA conglomoerate has been sold off in different parts of the country. Here in Orlando, they are now American Coach Lines of Orlando. (Not to be confused with American Motorcoaches)

http://americancoachlinesoforlando.com/

Other companies to consider:

Express Transportation - http://www.expresstransportation.com/
Discovery Charters - http://www.discovery-charters.com/
Pegasus - http://www.pegasusbus.com/
Atlas Motor Coaches - http://www.atlasmc.com/
Jet Set - http://www.jetsetusa.com/
Mears Transportation - http://www.mearstransportation.com/
EZ-Bus - http://www.ezbusinc.com/
MCA Transportation - http://www.mcatransportation.com/
Orlando Bus, Inc. - http://www.orlandobus.com/

A standard 40 foot coach typically seats 47, and a standard 45 footer will seat 52-57 pax.

I've never used any of the companies that I've listed, so I can't vouch for service or anything. However, they all run late model coaches that appear to be maintained in a professional and safe manner. A lot of the smaller companies may offer lower prices, but sometimes at the expense of safety and maintenance to thier old and beat up coaches.

You can check on a charter companies safety rating at www.safersys.org (http://www.safersys.org/) by inputting company name, or DOT number.



thanks for all the info :wave2: cant you just drive us around chip lol