Many of us overlook one of the most economical, energy-efficient, and roomier modes of transportation out there – the bus. Additionally, because of the hulking footprint, buses also tend to be one of the safest modes of transportation as well.
One thing often overlooked when booking a trip to your favorite destination is how safe the vendor is. Whether you are just booking for yourself or renting a charter bus for a group, don’t put yourself and others at risk unnecessarily as there are lots of safety tips, smart technology applications to use to research bus operators, and ways to report safety violations.
Bus Safety News: Look Before You Book a Bus Trip
The following tips were provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration:1
You can download the FMCSA’s SaferBus Mobile App for IOS or Android smartphones. This application will let you do the following:
If you would like to report any kind of unsafe bus operation or safety-related concern, feel free to call the FMCSA’s National Consumer Complaint Hotline at 1-888-368-7238 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. eastern time, or use their online National Consumer Complaint Database.
Have you suffered a personal injury in a bus accident through no fault of your own? If so, Lakewood Auto Accident Attorney James L. Finegan is ready to take up your legal fight for justice and any compensation owed to you as a result of negligence. For more than three decades, James L. Finegan has been bring these bus accident cases to successful resolutions.
Learn more about your rights and legal options during a free, no obligations case evaluation with Attorney James L. Finegan. To schedule this meeting, call (303) 980-5511 or toll free at (888) 980-5511. You can contact us via the contact form.
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