US Coachways Discusses Benefits Of Using New Jersey Bus Rental Service

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Staten Island, New York City based US Coachways, recently reached out to the tourist community to extol the various benefits of renting a bus for a New Jersey tour, as opposed to other means of transportation.

Mark Telmany, CEO of US Coachways, asserts that, “Renting a bus is much more time-efficient than taking a taxi or renting a car. Taking a taxi can be difficult if you are traveling with a large group of people and it can result in members getting lost easily or left behind. Renting a car isn't much better either, as you'll constantly have to battle traffic. It is also easy to get lost in a city you don't know, even if you are looking at a map or a GPS. Even after you get to your location, you'll have to worry about finding a place to park. The last thing you want to do is waste your precious vacation time in these frustrating matters. There's a better way to experience everything that Jersey has to offer: in a spacious and luxurious charter bus rental from US Coachways."

The Jersey Shore Bus Rentals from US Coachways allow for visitors to be picked up and dropped off as needed, such as from their hotel entrance and at their desired destination—and vice-versa. This allows tourists to travel effectively through the most famous New Jersey locations without having to worry about the logistics of getting from one place to another. "Imagine being picked up at your hotel's door, and being dropped off at one of New Jersey's famous boardwalks for a day at the beach, or perhaps visiting one the acclaimed theme parks," says Telmany.

He continued, “This is possible with our New Jersey bus rental services. We offer tourists a chance to enjoy their trips to the fullest, without a single worry about looking up their destination on an intricate map. Whether the plan is to visit one of New Jersey's beautiful beaches or one of its historical locations, it is best to leave the transportation in the hands of our experienced US Coachways drivers who know their way around New Jersey's streets."

Given that New Jersey is known for hosting crowds upon crowds of tourists, especially during the summer, US Coachways advises its prospective clients to make a reservation ahead of time. The company has a wide selection of charter buses that can fit from as few as a single family to over 35 passengers. They assert that, "We can help you secure the perfect bus for your group and your trip. We have been leading the charter bus rental business for more than three decades, and we are determined to make your trip to New Jersey a remarkable experience under our guidance."

Founded in 1983 with a commuter bus that ran in and out of the city, US Coachways has grown into one of the most renowned companies in the United States, with almost 1,600 reviews on the review platform Trustpilot. The company has spent years building its extensive network of bus and minibus vendors in order to provide their clients with a wide range of selections that cover many of the cities that receive the most tourists throughout the year. They state that clients can book their bus charter services for corporate or business events, luxury buses for weddings or other celebrations, and trips that range from day trips to multi-day visits to every attraction in the New Jersey area.

Telmany states that the company’s official website conveniently offers a free cost calculator for those who are planning a trip to New Jersey’s beautiful locations. This online calculator can show visitors the benefits of using a bus rental over various other forms of transportation in the city, expanding on some of the factors that influence the price of their services.

Those who are planning a visit to New Jersey and would like to learn more can visit the company online or contact Ed Telmany directly, who will gladly answer any inquiries regarding the company's services through email or over the phone. Interested parties may also connect with US Coachways through their official social media pages to stay up to date with the company’s latest news and announcements.


For more information about US Coachways, contact the company here:

US Coachways
Ed Telmany
100 Saint Mary's Ave Staten Island, NY 10305

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