Decades ago a tagline for the largest cross-country bus line, was, “Traveling in our bus, and leave the driving to us.” Nowadays are long gone and a memory in minds of this generation. But as saying goes, “What was old is brand new again.” Except there is been a change, the destinations are diverse.Despite plotting a course to ride a bus across country to visit vacation or family in a striking location, today, it is all about making the commute to another town. Not a commute to work, but a commute to across town that is as few as ten to as many as eight miles or greater away from home. As individuals are faced with longer commutes, taking a Konsortium Bus is becoming the clever choice for numerous reasons.
For one, you can “leave the driving to them.” Despite having to watch through the windshield of your vehicle for an hour or more through different types of traffic, weather, and mile after mile of the same view, you could sit back and relax. You can also sit in the aneasy seat, read a magazine or book, visit with numerous other commuters, catch up on work or recline and take nap. The ideal part is, you will arrive at work and back at home refreshed and rested despite harried and hassled from fighting traffic.
Once you reach your destination, you do not have to drive around looking for that “ideal” parking space, paying for parking, or walk yards from a parking ramp or across a huge corporate parking lot. You may get dropped off near or at where you are going to work. It might save you money as well. Think of wear and tear you are saving on your personal vehicle. Fewer oil changes, tires are also replaced less frequently, and you are saving a huge number of miles on your vehicle. Few employers even supplement the cost of the commute.