- relatively fast
- There is a new one every five to seven minutes
- There are more and more large buses as opposed to mini-van sized cars
- Most are small and uncomfortable to sit or stand in.
- The drivers can decide to pick you up or not and if they are late for their time punch they will not stop for you.
- People will bring any and everything onto the bus including very odorous things.
- If they are ahead of schedule they will stay at a paradero (stop) for up to 8 minutes just to pass time not giving a toot about whether you need to be somewhere on time.
- If you don't say "baja" at the right time you will not be dropped off and the stop may be passed
- Paying with anything larger than a 10 sole bill will make the cobrador (the person who takes the money) angry and annoyed.
Something I think someone who wants to make money should do is ride every single combi there is in Cusco and map it's route and the make a Guia T like they have in Buenos Aires. It would increase ridership and decrease accidental rides. The only problem is that there is constantly construction in Cusco so routes tend to get changed at any point.