Baggage Information & Fees
GENERAL BAGGAGE INFORMATION
All passengers are required to drop-off their checked baggage at the weigh station for weight verification and tagging. Baggage handler will provide you with a claim check and will load bags underneath the bus compartment. Be sure all checked bags have a claim check and identification tag. Passengers are responsible for dropping off & picking up their bags at the custom inspection point.
Government Regulations and Carrier’s Tarrifs require that all baggage must be properly identified. Baggage I.D. Tags should be clearly show the customer name, address and destination (office/city to which lost baggage should be forwarded).
Transportes San Miguel is not responsible for any baggage detained by U.S. or Mexican Customs; neither assumes or accepts any liability for lost, damaged and breakage.
ACCEPTABLE TYPES OF BAGGAGE FOR CHECK‑IN
Acceptable baggage includes: suitcases, duffel bags, backpacks, trunks, and plastic totes.
No cardboard boxes allowed
ACCEPTABLE TYPES OF BAGGAGE FOR CARRY‑ON
Purses, small duffel bags, back packs, lap‑top bags, small beach bags, small coolers.
Each adult passenger is entitled to a total of 100 pounds for all checked baggage and carry‑on bags. Excess pounds may be accepted for an additional baggage fee, see Baggage Fee Policy.
BAGGAGE EXCESS FEE
Bagagge over 100 pounds will be charged an overage fee.
SPECIALTY ITEMS & FEES
Wheelchairs, & Oversize Packages are subject to a carry fee and cannot be assumed as luggage.
ITEMS NOT ALLOWED ‑ CHECKED BAGGAGE OR CARRY‑ON
Acids, ammunition, animals, combustible liquids, compressed gasses, cremated remains, corpses, explosives, fireworks, firearms of any kind, flammable liquids, hazardous materials (poisons, radioactive materials, etc.), materials with a disagreeable odor, matches, perishable items (food). Prescription medications must be carried on and under the customer’s possession.
Policies & fees are subject to change at any time, without notice Last update May 2022