Six Things to Know Before You Rent a Party Bus

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Are you looking to rent a party bus? There are few better ways to ensure a party than when you rent a party bus! When you rent a party bus, you know that the entire event will be a celebration, including the travel time. When you rent a party bus, your special event can easily span across several destinations. When you rent a party bus, the passengers on your party bus do not have to worry about their limit, and you know that everyone is going to get home safely. It’s a win-win-win situation. What we’re saying is, rent a party bus, man.


If you’re picking up what we’re putting down, and you’re ready to get yourself a party bus for your next big occasion, we want to do you one more service. We’ve put together a quick guide to getting the most bang for your buck with your party bus limo service.


Six Things to Know Before You Rent a Party Bus

  1. Make your reservation with plenty of time to spare.

    You know what they say, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Or as we like to say, if you fail to plan, you plan to not have a party bus for your big event. At the very minimum, you want to make sure you have a reservation at least a month in advance. If your date is not flexible because it’s for a wedding or something, arrange your party bus rentals a year or more in advance. You probably already know this, so excuse us if we’re insulting your intelligence by mentioning it, but if your party bus is for a holiday (We’re talking New Year’s Eve. We’re talking Halloween. We’re talking St. Patty’s day. You know the holidays…) you want to plan it out as early as you possibly can to snag the bus.

  2. Think of the little things.

    The type of party bus that’s right for you depends on the number of passengers you’ll have, the length of time you’ll be traveling, and the distance you’ll be riding. It’s a good idea to round up on those factors a bit, so you have some wiggle room if extra people show up or if you need it a little longer than expected.

    While we’re talking about the little things, some limo services take care of decorations and other details for you if you tell them the nature of the occasion. This can be a nice little benefit, and if it sounds good to you, make sure you ask about it.


  3. Choose the specific type of vehicle you have in mind for your event.
    Party buses come in all shapes and sizes. You might be envisioning an actual bus. You might prefer a stretch SUV. You might want a limousine. If your party bus is for a bachelorette party, the right vehicle for occasion is going to be different than a stretch limo for a wedding, for example. Think about the best type of vehicle for your occasion, and that will narrow down your search for the right rental company.

  4. Choose your libations.

    No matter how awesome your party bus is, it’s going to be bummer if everyone is hungry. Some travel services provide food and beverages for their passengers, some don’t. Look into this aspect of your party bus and then plan accordingly. If the service provides refreshments, make sure the menu jives with what your passengers would want. If they don’t, you’ll want to talk to a caterer, or plan a stop at a fast food establishment.

  5. Create a sweet play list.

    Your party bus is just a big vehicle unless you have music to go with it. Some party bus rental companies offer satellite radio or other music services, some don’t. You’ll probably want to look into what your music options are, so you can arrange your own music if they don’t offer what you need.

  6. Make sure you know what the bill will be.

    Some limo companies charge by the hour, some charge a flat rate. You might be subject to surcharges, such as fuel or tolls, that you need to consider. Make sure you know what your total bill will be, so you aren’t in for sticker shot at the end of the night.

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