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New and used buses for sale in Fort Worth, Texas

Transporting numerous people can be problematic. Depending on where they want to go, you will need a vehicle that not only has enough room to seat around 30 or more people, but can also cover enough mileage to get you and your passengers from point A to point B safely and quickly. That is why, amongst all the other vehicles built for the road, the bus is the king of them all.

However, when it comes to choosing the right bus for the occasion, owners, of both residential and commercial spaces, have no idea which bus to get to properly execute all their travelling plans. Luckily, we, at Hudson Bus Sales, can help residents located in the surrounding areas of Fort Worth, Texas solve all their bus related dilemmas.

Why You Should Choose Hudson Bus Sales for All Your Bus Related Needs

Here at, Hudson Bus Sales, you will certainly find the bus that will suit all your specific wants and needs. With our catalogue of quality made buses - be it new or pre-owned – there is no doubt that our services cannot be beaten by the rest. For more than 14 years, our founder, Brad Hudson, has been working in the bus service scene and it is with his vision that we are able to perform at our very best.

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If you are in need of buses that cater to disabled passengers or certain industries, do not fret. Not only do we have buses that are designed for industrial use, but are also ADA accessible. If you are interested, please give us a call at: 817-203-2701 or visit our contact page here, and we will be more than happy to provide you the bus that will perfectly address all your wants and needs!

About Fort Worth, Texas

A photo of Fort Worth Texas

Located in the Northern Central area of Texas, the city of Fort Worth is the 16th-largest in the United States and is the fifth-largest in the state.  Historically, this city was established in the year 1849 as an army outpost on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. This sleepy city, however, began bustling when it became a stop along the legendary Chisolm Trail. This trail was known to be the road wherein millions of cattle were driven north to the market. Because of this, this city became the center of the cattle drives, and later became the ranching industry. Although the Wild, Wild West is a time of the past, the city of Fort-Worth still embraces its Texan heritage, which can be seen in their important architectural design.

Today, this city is made home to about 812,238 people and counting, and the prime location of various popular art museums and multinational corporations. Some of these include: The Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum, American Airlines, Radio Shack, and Bell Helicopter.