How Many Passengers Will You be Transporting? Three Tips for Bus Buyers

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Did you know that the bus actually got its name from a hat shop? The first bus station in Nantes, France, was located next to a hatter shop named “Omnes omnibus.” Today, the bus remains a staple in most communities. It is used for schools, retirement homes, and city traveling alike. Are you looking for used buses for sale? Here are some things you should keep in mind during your search.

1. Consider How Many Passengers You Will be Transporting

When you’re buying a bus, passenger capacity is one of the most important factors to consider. If you get too small of a bus, you might be creating as many problems as you solve. If you go on a church trip but only have space for 15 of the 20 people interested, how would you make the cut? One common size for church groups is a 25 passenger shuttle bus; simil