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commuting with a board« on: November 05 2010 18:11:00 »
hi! i have a 6'6' fish and was wondering if i can bring this on a bus on a surf trip? meron kasi nagdadala ng shortboards pero i don't know if papayag sila sa 6'6". anong mga bus companies pumapayag? and na-try nyo na ba isakay sa taxi or jeep or train yung board nyo papuntang bus station at nasakay nyo successfully? ill soon be losing my car kaya i need info on this. thanks! :)
RE: commuting with a board« Reply #1 on: November 16 2010 18:11:00 »
Yes, it's possible to carry on surfboards in a bus. I have 6'4' board and it's very handy. Buses like Genesis (Going to Baler) or Victory Liner (Going to Zambales) allows surfboards inside the bus. Just place it beside you where you're seated near the aisle. I don't have a car and I usually take a cab, good thing it fits inside! Choose the Altis or Vios ones. Hope this helps.
Enjoy your trip!