The first buses were pulled by horses during the 1820s. These horse drawn buses were the first steps into mass transportation laying the groundwork for today’s integrated bus systems. Since the time of horse drawn buses they have evolved embracing the emerging technologies of the period. Buses moved from horses to steam to electric and eventually to internal combustion engines.
Buses today are incorporating hybrid technologies and are striving to go “green” without compromising in size or comfort. A connoisseur of transportation history enjoys finding buses for sale from past eras; appreciating the craftsmanship of antique buses and the functionality of newer buses.
A great bus is used for more than just taking kids back and forth to school, although, school buses have been busing kids back and forth to school since the beginning. A bus for sale can provide a much needed service to churches, day care centers, and a multitude of other organizations that need to transport large groups of people for countless occasions.
Considering the purchase of a bus for sale may seem like a big decision but it’s common sense really. Buses are exceptionally versatile and are equipped with a wide range of options that rival any other form of transportation. Owning a bus eliminates the need for rentals along with scheduling problems and cancellation fees and a host of other difficulties that arise from having to depend on someone else for your transportation needs.