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Baggage and Luggage Information

 

General Baggage Information

Passengers are responsible at all times for their luggage.  Assistance is available, upon request, for passengers needing special assistance, including elderly passengers, passengers with disabilities or adults traveling with small children.

All luggage, including checked luggage and carry-on luggage, must have an identification (ID) tag securely fastened to the luggage.

 

Checked baggage (baggage that is being placed in the luggage compartment) must have a claim check along with the identification tag.  This claim check can be obtained when you purchase your ticket or from the driver.

Passengers are responsible for having their baggage loaded into the baggage compartment of the bus.  Take your baggage to the bus side and give it to the driver.  If the driver is unavailable, stay with your baggage until he returns.  Do not leave your baggage unattended and do not load it yourself.

Once you arrive at your destination or transfer location, you are responsible for picking up your luggage next to the bus.  Drivers do not transfer luggage from one bus to the next.

 

 

Baggage Restrictions

    • One (1) piece of baggage may be checked free of charge for each adult ticket and each child ticket. It cannot weigh more then 50 pounds.
    • One (1) additional piece of baggage weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds may be checked for a charge of $15.00..
    • Five (5) more pieces may be checked at a charge of $30 to $40 per piece depending on destination.
    • Baggage carried beyond the allowed two (7) pieces will be charged based on Northwestern Package Express rates.
    • If a single piece of checked baggage weighs more than 50 pounds but less than or equal to 75 pounds there will be charged an extra $30 to $40 depending on the destination.
    • All other pieces including pieces weighing more that 75 pounds, have to be shipped as regular express.                                                                 
    • One (1) small,  bag up to 25 pounds may be taken aboard for each adult or child.  Carry-on luggage must fit in the overhead compartment or under your seat.  Luggage may not be stored in the aisle or on an adjoining seat.
    • Baggage must not exceed 62 inches when adding the total exterior dimensions of the piece (length plus width plus height).  A charge will be applied to any baggage above the 62-inch limit.  (See below for exemptions for bicycles, skies and ski poles.)
    • Passengers who show up less than 30 minutes before departure time with excess baggage or baggage that needs to be shipped are not guaranteed that the bus will wait for them.
    • See agent for other policy requirements.

 

Acceptable Baggage

Acceptable baggage includes suitcases, duffel bags, toolboxes, trunks and securely tied cardboard boxes.  A plastic and/or paper bag is NOT acceptable as checked luggage.

 

Unacceptable and Prohibited Items for Checked Baggage

The following is a list of items which are prohibited from being placed in the luggage compartment as Checked Baggage:

        • Acids
        • Ammunition
        • Animals
        • Combustible liquids
        • Compressed gases
        • Corpses
        • Cremated remains
        • Electronic equipment (televisions, stereos) may be sent using Northwestern Package Express with appropriate packaging.  See exemptions below for laptop computers.
        • Explosives
        • Firearms of all types
        • Fireworks
        • Flammable liquids
        • Furniture, hazardous materials (poisons, radioactive materials, etc.)
        • Materials with a disagreeable odor
        • Matches
        • Merchandise for resale
        • Protruding articles
        • Unsecured items

Laptop computers are considered "electronic items" and are prohibited as "checked baggage".  However, a laptop computer may be brought aboard as one of the allowed carry-on items.

Money and prescription medications may not be checked as baggage and must remain in the possession of the passenger at all times.

 

Northwestern Trailways' (operator of the Apple Line) Liability on Lost Luggage

The maximum liability to Northwestern Trailways (operator of the Apple Line) is $250.00 for all baggage checked (not including items checked as overweight, oversized and/or excess baggage, see below) per adult ticket and $125.00 per child ticket.  Neither Northwestern Trailways nor other participating bus carriers are responsible for the loss of or damage to baggage in excess of the value allowances.  Northwestern Trailways will only be responsible to the extent of the actual loss or damage sustained based on the actual baggage at the time and place of checking and will NOT accept any liability for unchecked baggage.

For items checked as overweight, oversized and/or excess baggage, the maximum liability to Northwestern Trailways is $100.00.  Neither Northwestern Trailways nor other participating bus carriers are responsible for the loss of or damage to baggage in excess of the value allowances.  Northwestern Trailways will only be responsible to the extent of the actual loss or damage sustained based on the actual baggage at the time and place of checking. 

Passengers may purchase declared value insurance for items checked as overweight, oversized and/or excess baggage up to a maximum of $300 per transaction.  Please see your ticket agent for this service.

Passengers may also insure their baggage (not including items checked as overweight, oversized and/or excess baggage) up to a maximum of $1,000 per passenger ticket.  Please see your ticket agent for this service.

 

   

Your luggage may not be stored on the adjoining seat.

  
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