The 39+ Community Bus is available for hire to local, not-for-profit organisations, community groups and sporting teams.
The bus is available for hire weekdays, week- ends and evenings. It is a petrol automatic and has a seating capacity of 12 people, including the driver.
The vehicle has been modified with an electric step, sliding door, seatbelts, walking frame tie rails, air conditioning, hand rails and fire extinguisher.
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39+ Community Bus Conditions of Hire
Groups wishing to hire the bus must nominate a driver who will be responsible for the vehicle. The Community Bus Hire Agreement form must be completed by the person who is responsible for driving the vehicle to confirm the booking.
A current drivers licence needs to be sited with a copy held with the required completed documentation.
The number of passengers must not exceed the maximum seating capacity of the bus.
The bus cannot be used for more than a 24 hour period unless authorised.
The hirer is responsible for familiarizing themselves with the safe operation of the vehicle prior to taking out passengers.
No large parcels, goods or luggage (other than hand luggage) are to be carried in the passenger seating space.
The hirer is responsible for returning the bus refueled and in a clean condition, at the nominated return time.
Bus hire will automatically be cancelled on local Code Red Days.
All documentation is required to be completed according to the Community Bus Hire Agreement and Terms and Conditions of Hire prior to hire.
A security deposit of $50.00 applies and is non-refundable in the event of a cancellation by the hirer. Any tolls incurred will be deducted from the security deposit.
Community Bus Hire Agreement form and Terms and Conditions of Hire can be accessed from the 39+ office, 169-171 Eastbourne Road Rosebud or by phoning us on (03) 5986 5255.
39+ is a voluntary, not for profit community organisation, assisting residents and their families across the 39 postcode.
Our aim is to provide a range of services that deliver not only quality care to eligible people, but also an environment which supports the social, emotional and psychological wellbeing of older adults who are frail, socially isolated, or have a disability.