Looking for a reliable charter bus in Texas? Trust our team of knowledgeable reservation specialists to pair you with the perfect fleet of minibuses or motorcoaches. Whether you’re looking for a coach bus rental in Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, or anywhere else in Texas, we’ll make your transportation planning process quick and simple.
From rustic farm ceremonies to elegant ballroom receptions, we’ll make sure your wedding day transportation goes off without a hitch. Book a luxury motorcoach to and from your venue for their comfort and your peace of mind.Learn More
Planning a long-distance or multi-day trip? You need a 56-passenger charter bus to efficiently transport your group and luggage. With options like TV monitors and WiFi, your group can relax and enjoy an entertaining ride to every stop on your itinerary.
For short distances and smaller groups, a minibus has ample room for your passengers and their personal belongings. Our team can help you choose the best vehicle to shuttle guests to and from events or local attractions.
“We needed buses to take our players, their friends and family, and four coaches to the playoffs in Arlington. The other companies I talked to in Houston didn’t have any more buses available for that week, but Texas Charter Bus Company found us two buses in less than an hour.”Thomas O.
“They gave us a quote on minibuses that was well within our wedding budget, and they even let us request the color of buses that we wanted so they wouldn’t clash with our venue’s decor.”Alyssa B.
“The buses were clean, and they accommodated our request for WiFi and TV screens. Easily one of the smoothest charter bus experiences I’ve had in 12 years of teaching. Will be using them again for next year’s field trips.”Anne Y.
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