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New and used buses for sale in Dallas, Texas

When it comes to exploring the vast land mass of good ol’ Texas, nothing is faster, easier, or more comfortable than sitting behind the wheel of a bus. With its massive size and stupendous mileage, it can bring you, and a group of up to 33 people, into destinations that you could never have imagined.

However, finding a reliable vehicle, in this day and age, can be a bit tricky – especially if you are on a tight budget. Luckily, owners of both residential and commercial properties no longer need to worry, because we, at Hudson Bus Sales, have the right buses that will certainly fit your wants and needs.

Choose Hudson Bus Sales for All Your Bus Needs

When it comes to excellent bus selection and services, nothing beats the perfection that is Hudson Bus Sales. Our veteran bus expert and founder, Brad Hudson, has been providing high-quality buses – both new and pre-owned - to properties located in the surrounding areas of Dallas, Texas. We also cater to people with disabilities, with our top-of-the-line ADA accessible buses; because we believe that everyone has the right to experience a safe and comfortable journey whenever they use private or public transport.

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Do you need a bus that can accommodate your large number of family members or school outings? Or are you in need of a vehicle that can roam around your city’s streets to pick-up and drop-off passengers? Call us now at: 817-203-2701 or visit our contact page here, and we will be more than happy to provide you the perfect bus that is suitable for all your travelling needs!

About Dallas, Texas

A photo of the Cotton Bowl

One of the most populous cities in the state of Texas would be the city of Dallas. Dallas is the largest urban center of the fourth most popular metropolitan area in the United States. Historically, this city – which is now made home to 1,281,047 people and counting – has become an important center for oil and cotton industries. Also, because it is positioned along numerous railroad lines, it has also become a city of trade and commerce.

The city of Dallas can be divided into three neighborhoods, namely: Central, East, and South Dallas. Dallas’ central area is anchored by Downtown and has become the epicenter of the city’s nightlife. Some of the central’s most popular districts include: the West End Historic District, the Arts District, the Main Street District, Farmers Market District, and the City Center business district – just to name a few.

East Dallas, on the other hand, is close to Downtown, but has a more trendy arts vibe. This area is where some of the architecturally significant neighborhoods in the United States can be found, including the Swiss Avenue and Munger Place.

Lastly, the area of South Dallas is where the annual State Fair of Texas is always held, which is held in late September and through mid-October. Currently, this side of Dallas has become a popular location for nightly entertainment, and has undergone an amazing and extensive development and community integration.