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National Bus Sales...
School Buses, Motorcoaches, Shuttles

Are you looking for Utah bus leasing and rental? If so, you have come to the right place. At National Bus Sales, we have the best selection of rental buses at prices you won't find anywhere else. National Bus Sales offers the best bus leasing and rental options in the country, period! We stand behind that statement with every new client we meet. Take one quick look at our amazing inventory, and you'll see why so many people trust us with their needs.

On our lot, you will find buses from Starcraft, Federal Coach, Glaval, and many other major bus brands. We have buses with A/C, lifts, audio/video and reclining seats, and they can handle as many as 84 passengers at one time. From daycare buses to shuttle buses to school buses and more, National Bus Sales has the selection you're looking for. All you have to do is figure out what you need.

At National Bus Sales,we offer monthly and yearly bus rental and lease contracts for Utah, so you can get the bus you need for however long you need it. We also have TRAC leases, lease purchases, operating leases, and more available through our finance department.

If you set up a bus leasing and rental contract with us, you will need to provide a security deposit and proof of liability insurance. We will also ask that you have a properly licensed driver available to operate the vehicle. With those things in place, we can get just about anything you need for a price you can surely afford.



Bus Financing

If you would rather get a loan for a new or used bus for sale, we could help you secure that as well. Fill out a credit application and one of our friendly staff members will contact you with your options.



National Bus Sales

Give National Bus Sales a call today @ 800.475.1439 to learn more about our Utah bus leasing and rentals.



Bus Rental & Leasing in Utah