We not only meet, but far exceed Federal & State guidelines for safety.

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    On-board passenger safety instruction

    • Welcome and thanks for traveling with us.
    • We are happy to have you aboard.
    • Your safety and comfort are very important to us.
    • Before we get started, we want you to be familiar with the safety features on this vehicle and how to use them properly.
    • First, please stay seated while the vehicle is in motion.
    • Newer buses have seat belts, if your bus has seat belts, please be sure to use them.
    • Never block the center aisle.
    • Follow all safety instructions made by the driver.
    • If necessary, notify authorities of an emergency by using a cellular telephone to call 911.
    • There is a fire extinguisher on this vehicle.
    • It will be located behind the driver’s seat, or beneath the front row passenger’s seat, or in the front-most overhead compartment.
    • Remember: the primary exit from this vehicle is the same door at the front through which you entered.
    • In an extreme emergency situation, the windows can also serve as exits.
    • Follow the instruction markings on the windows or the window frames.
    • Also note that there is an emergency exit hatch in the roof above the center aisle.
    • Please take a moment to locate the emergency exits nearest to you. If you have any questions about the safety procedures, ask the driver. Thank you again for riding with us today.
    • This message has been provided in cooperation with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation.

    Drivers' hours of service regulations

    DRIVER HOURS OF SERVICE REGULATIONS: The DOT regulation 395.10 restricts the bus operator’s driving time. There are three parts: 10 Hour Rule. The bus operator cannot drive more than 10 hours following 8 consecutive hours off duty (except in emergencies) 15 Hour Rule. After 15 hours on-duty (driving and non-driving tasks), an operator cannot continue driving until 8 consecutive hours of off-duty time is taken. 70 Hour Rule. On duty time cannot exceed 70 hours for any period of 8 consecutive days.

    When you consider your transportation needs, BusLiner considers your safety, it is our #1 priority We not only meet, but far exceed Federal & State guidelines for safety.

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    BUSLINER - Membership in associations

    United Motorcoach Association

    UMA is comprised of more than 900 professional bus and motorcoach companies and more than 250 “associate” members, the suppliers, manufacturers, and travel partners who serve our dynamic industry

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    American Bus Association

    The American Bus Association serves a thriving industry that provides more than 600 million passenger trips annually on charters, tours, scheduled service and shuttles. Membership in ABA includes motorcoach operators, tour operators, tourism-related organizations, and products and service suppliers.

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