Rent a Bus or Limo And Enjoy These 3 Special Events
You don’t need to go on a 10-day vacation to get away for a little while and decompress. Even spending a day in a new town or doing something fun can fully regenerate you and allow you to get back to your daily life and focus on your career and personal goals.
If you want to have some fun with either your friends, family, or your spouse, you should consider renting a bus or limo so you don’t have to worry about travel. Driving to certain special events can actually cause more stress than enjoyment, so rather than packing you and your buddies in your small car, rent a charter bus, and have a little fun! Currently, there are roughly 7,000 stretch SUVs and 8,000 non-stretch SUVs licensed for limousine and charter services across the United States.
Here are some special events that are great for renting a charter bus or limo:
- Day trip to New York City — There are bus tours around NYC going on all year long and if you’ve never been to the city you should go for it! Even if you can only spend a single day in the Big Apple, it will truly change your life. Take a bus trip either to or around NYC and enjoy all the wonderful sights.
- Football, baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, or just about any other game — Driving to the big game yourself can be fun, but taking a limo or a charter bus is in a category of its own. You and your friends will have more fun than ever riding in these rented vehicles to whatever stadium you’re heading to — hopefully your team will bring home the victory.
- College visits for the kids — If your kids are still in high school but are rapidly approaching their college years, it’s best to start planning those university trips. Don’t just settle for a stressful car ride to protective colleges. Consider making it a big family trip and have some fun on the road in a charter bus.
Make sure you have as much fun during any of these trips and enjoy the ride! If you want to learn more about renting a charter bus or limo for these special events, contact Delaware Express today.