Top Benefits of Hiring a Charter Bus For Your Wedding

Posted on: 12 August 2016

If you are currently planning your wedding, you might be thinking about the different transportation options. One option is to hire a charter bus that takes your wedding guests from where they park their car to the actual event. This is often needed when your wedding is in a remote location or simply for convenience purposes. Here are some of the top benefits of hiring a bus for your wedding.
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Four Signs You Should Hire a Transport Company Rather Than Tow Your Own Vehicle

Posted on: 17 May 2016

If you need to get your car to the other side of the country, you could haul it yourself or pay a transport company to take it for you. Wondering which option is better? It depends on several factors. Here are four signs you should outsource the task to a transport company: 1. The cost of hauling your own car exceeds the cost of hiring a transport company. If you tow your own car, there are a number of costs you have to take into consideration.
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When It May Be Good to Charter a Bus Even for Short Trips

Posted on: 22 January 2016

Chartering a bus is a good idea when you're traveling with any group and a limousine won't be big enough to accommodate everyone. Many people think of chartering a bus when they're traveling a long distance or are looking to take a sightseeing tour with a group, but it can be a good choice even for short trips. If you've never thought about chartering a bus to a venue that's relatively nearby, you might note some surprising reasons to consider this option.
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How To Properly Declare The Value Of Your Goods

Posted on: 11 September 2015

The valuation of goods can be a tricky area for importers.  Here's how to accurately value your goods so that you don't fall foul of the customs brokers when importing goods for your business. How is valuation defined? A valuation is the determination of an accurate value of imported, declared goods.  This valuation is used by the importer to work out the taxes and duty they owe to the destination country's customs officials.
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