Baggage Liability – Passenger name identification must be placed on the outside of all baggage. The owner’s name and complete permanent address should be contained inside each piece of luggage. Liability for baggage is limited to $250.00 per full fare ticket. Operator accepts no liability for articles which are carried on board.
Size – No single piece of baggage will be accepted if its combined length, width and height exceeds 62 inches. Small items, such as cosmetics bags, AWOL bags, briefcases, etc., should be carried aboard the bus with you.
Weight – No single piece of baggage or property weighing in excess of seventy (70) pounds will be accepted for transportation in baggage service.
Baggage Allowance – A maximum of three (3) stowed bags and/or other type of containers, meeting weight and size limitations specified herein and one carry-on per ticket passenger will be allowed.
Containers Included in Baggage Allowance:
Sports paraphernalia such as golf clubs, tennis rackets, snow or water skis, surfboards or bicycles will be accepted in fully enclosed containers no more than 92 inches in length.
Music Instruments – Musical instruments may be handled when enclosed in substantially rigid containers to withstand handling in regular baggage service.
Guns or firearms (Unloaded) When in wood, leather, or other substantially rigid cases only.
Wheelchairs must meet general weight limit and fit in baggage compartment with the user’s understanding that it might not be carried in an upright position. Non-spillable batteries meeting FAA Title 49 accepted. Non-ambulatory passengers can be boarded on wheelchair-lift equipped buses only.
Prohibited Articles and Receptacles in Baggage Service – Acids, articles of extraordinary value, baby carriages, cameras, electronic equipment (computers, stereos, radios, television sets, tape recorder, etc.), chinaware, cylinder containing compressed gas, explosives, fragile articles, furniture, guns (loaded), inflammable materials or liquids, and freight type articles (Operator reserves the right to determine what constitutes “freight”).