They have not traveled on the same bus for at least all of 3.0. A lot of times they have spouses/kids with them during summer tour so it makes sense. Also, those four have spent enough time in one vehicle together to last several lifetimes.
2. I left the venue immediately after the last note of the show (for some fresh cool air), and observed that they each have their own tour busses, and all four of these separate tour busses rolled out in a convoy ASAP after the show. Point being that post show backstage affairs and riding on the same tour bus would foster comradery. The opposite would not.
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