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Peek Inside a Luxury Tour Bus That Carries Celebrities and Rock Stars

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Travel Like An A-Lister

If you've always dreamed of living like a rock star, it turns out you can — and not only in a pandemic but because of the pandemic. Los Angeles-based StormTrooper Coaches' clientele is usually musicians and other A-listers but, things changed last year. According to the company "With COVID and the concert scene coming to a standstill, StormTrooper, like so many other businesses, had to pivot." Keep reading to find out how you can travel in the same style as some of StormTrooper's famous clientele — including Post Malone, Lizzo, Beyoncé, and the Rolling Stones — as well as what it'll cost you. 

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Count 'Em — 12! — Bunk Beds

Grab 11 of your closest friends and family members, because the R19 sleeps 12 in four sets of triple bunks — six on each side of the coach. Each bed includes a light memory foam mattress and a privacy curtain.

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The Bus Will Travel

The StormTrooper Coaches experience will be available to private rentals year-round, and not just for clients based in Los Angeles. The company notes that the service will pick up clients "anywhere in the U.S."

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The Cost ...

So, how much will this experience cost you? To begin with, there's what the company calls a "deadhead" charge of $1,200 per day. Those are the travel days it takes the driver to get from StormTrooper's L.A. home base to your doorstep, and then the same days back home.

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… Nope, It's Not Cheap

Above and beyond the deadhead fees, travel in any of the company's coaches runs from $1,500 to $2,000 per day, plus $1.50 per mile. There is also a $500 cleaning fee, and clients pick up the cost of the driver's hotel room.

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