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Q. Why do we have to make a comfort stop on the way home? Why can’t we just drive through?

A. Our standard policy is to make a comfort stop on every leg of travel that extends for two hours or more. Comfort stops allow the driver and passengers an opportunity to stretch their legs, use the restroom and grab a cup of coffee or quick snack. We understand that for passengers who live in North County, a comfort stop on a Los Angeles tour may seem unnecessary since the stop is only 45 minutes away from their boarding location. However, since all tours originate in El Cajon many people are on the bus an hour or so longer in each direction, which makes the comfort stop necessary for them.