Qty. Quantity of this type of bus the company owns.
Seats. The number of seats available for your group.
BusType. There are 8 types of buses. Visit the Bus Types section for descriptions and approximate rates.
Year. The year of the bus model, frequently displayed as a range from oldest to
OTR. Is the company willing to take this bus “Over The Road” which is usually
defined by traveling long distances out of state and overnight.
Rstrm. Restroom on board.
VCR. There are usually 5 to 6 TV monitors on board full-sized deluxe motor coaches
with a VCR. Most buses do not receive any channels unless equipped with satellite, which is uncommon.
DVD. There are usually 5 to 6 TV monitors on board full-sized deluxe motor coaches
with a DVD player. Most buses do not receive any channels unless equipped with satellite, which is
CD. CD player on board.
PA. Public address system on board to help make announcements to the group.
ADA. Wheelchair elevator on board.
Alch. Alcohol is allowed on board.
Trnsfr. Any pick-up and drop-off typically from a hotel to an airport around 15
miles of travel (excluding 10% gratuity).
5 hrs. 5 hour rates posted on magicbuscompany.com are based on 5 hours of local use, low
miles (excluding 10% gratuity). Bus companies most commonly have a 5 hour minimum of use with the
exception of transfers.
Day. Day rates posted on magicbuscompany.com are based on 10 hours of local use, low miles
(excluding 10% gratuity.)
Mile. The rate per mile of travel. Quotes are calculated per mile or per day
whichever is greater. Trips averaging over 300 miles per day are usually priced per mile and not per
Other amenities found on buses are cassette, tables, booth-like seating, convertible bunks, shades,
carpeting, satellite and catered food. Minibuses have luggage racks and reclining seats.