Bus Rentals in Tennessee

by Henry Headden

Sometimes buying a bus isn’t always a possibility for your church or organization. Carpenter Bus Sales understands this and had created a solution. Carpenter Bus Sales now has a program that makes bus rentals easy. With plenty of buses to choose from, renting a bus from Carpenter Bus Sales is a solution to meet any bus rental need you may have. Carpenter Bus Sales offers everything from 15 passenger buses all the way up to 45 passenger buses. However, we do not offer 15 passenger van rentals. All of our bus rentals come with dual rear wheels and single center aisle. The process of renting a bus is very friendly. In order to rent a bus, simply go to www.carpenterbus.com/rentals. On this page you will find pictures and prices of bus rentals. We also have a Bus Rental Information Packet that is available for download. The rental guide outlines the three main things we need to rent a bus. In this rental guide, you will find the sample Certificate of Liability that is to be produced by the rental customer’s own insurance agency before the rental can commence. In addition to the required insurance, we also require the driver’s license of each person who will be driving the rental bus during the term of the rental. In the case of buses that carry more than 15 passengers, a Commercial Driver’s License will be required. Finally, full payment is due at or before pickup of the rental buses. Rental buses are a great way for your church or organization to be able to operate a brand new bus at a fraction of the cost. If you have a youth camp or senior adult trip coming up soon, then call Carpenter Bus Sales at 800-370-6180 and schedule a brand new bus for your next trip. We also have a Online Quote Form that you can fill out and we will calculate the cost and email you a quote back promptly. Amanda Crawford, our Rental Supervisor will be glad to meet your bus rental needs.

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