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Member Since: December 3, 2017

Country: United States

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Bus journeys are always a memorable affair. There is no other mode of transport that can beat it. The reason that this long standing love for bus transport has been there is attributed to the convenience and ease that bus travel offers. Long-distance travel is not as bad when it is done by bus. A long-distance journey can be made easier when an effective planning is in place. Here is a list of things to tick off when planning a hassle-free journey by bus: redbus offers Booking Tickets Don't just be in a rush to purchase tickets as soon as you're sure you would be travelling. Do your research first. Take some time to analyze and compare the different bus service companies. Be clear about what standards of travel you cannot feel comfortable without and make sure the bus company you choose offers all of them. For example, if you cannot travel in a non-air conditioned bus, or one that has compact seats with not enough leg room, don't make a compromise while planning and tell yourself that you can. Long distance travel is exhausting as it is, and not making sure of your comfort can most certainly put you in a bad spot. Once you're clear on your budget and comfort levels, book your tickets. Be precise, speak clearly and reconfirm information before you hand over the money to book your ticket. When you're booking bus tickets online, there are many incentives that are offered by various private bus companies. These include various discount travel coupons and promotional codes that are often made available by them. Make sure to go price shopping before booking your ticket.

Selecting a Seat Selecting a seat is an extremely important step when travelling by bus. If you're susceptible to motion sickness, make sure you take a seat in the front or in the middle. Females travelling alone and older people should sit as close to the front as possible. It is safe, and more peaceful. If you're planning to catch up on some sleep, front seats should be preferred.

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