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Can You Drink on a Party Bus?


Yes, drinking on a party bus is allowed. Booking party buses is an affordable way to get around with co-workers or friends and have a great time. A party bus allows every person on board to have fun without having to choose a designated driver.

Party Bus Companies Drinking Regulations

The federal law states that individuals should not have open alcohol containers when in a motor vehicle. Luckily, that law does not apply to professional vehicles like limos, charter buses, and minibusses. The driver on a party bus has their separate compartment and cannot enter the main cabin of the bus. 

The party bus company must go through proper channels to secure the necessary permit to sell or provide alcohol to those on board legally. Most companies offer empty drink vessels and ice water in a cooler on their trips.

They hold occupants accountable for their behavior. The driver's job is to ensure everyone is safe. So, if someone starts acting unruly, the driver will have them vacate the bus or drop them off at a safe point.

Party bus companies restrict individuals under 21 years from boarding their vehicles. And if they do, they have some information in their contract that shows that they don't allow minors to consume alcohol.

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