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    Buses - Charter & Rental in Inglewood

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    Business Listing   California Excursions & Transportation - Inglewood, CA - Phone: (310) 563-1300

    Business Listing   El Camino Transportation - Inglewood, CA - Phone: (310) 677-2380

    Business Listing   Nations Bus Corporation - Inglewood, CA - Phone: (800) 523-3262

    Business Listing   Red Carpet Charter - Inglewood, CA - Phone: (310) 671-0381

    Business Listing   S P D Express - Inglewood, CA - Phone: (323) 293-7003

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    Helpful Definition for: Buses - Charter & Rental

    A bus is a road vehicle that is designed to carry passengers from one destination to the other in Inglewood. Primarily the buses have a capacity of almost 300 passengers. The most-seen bus on the road is the single-decker bus. Since there are huge costs involved in owning, maintaining and driving buses, many contractors usually prefer to hire vehicles from various charter bus companies in Inglewood. The contracts may be either for a day or two, or for a longer agreement basis. In such cases, the charter company provides rental or charter buses along with qualified drivers. Charter bus operators may completely own this business independently.

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