Renting a party bus is definitely something to consider for a birthday celebration, wedding transportation, or any other special occasion. A party bus provides a lot of space to drive around a large number of people and has all the right features to make it feel like a party. However, before you rent any party bus in your area, consider these four tips:
- Ask How Old the Pictures Are: When you are looking at websites that provide party bus services, you are likely going to be able to view photos of the party bus rentals that are available. It's important that these pictures are up-to-date, otherwise, you are probably looking at pictures that were taken when the party buses were brand new. Chances are, they are no longer in the same condition. So be sure to ask when the pictures were taken, which will give you a better understanding of the honesty of the company and whether or not you want to continue looking into their service.
- Ask If They Own the Vehicle: Another good question to ask is whether or not the person you are talking to owns the vehicle or if they are a broker of the vehicle. The reason for this is that the broker likely has not seen the vehicle in question before. This means that there is a chance that you are not getting the right information about the party bus and you can even end up renting a party bus that does not meet your expectations based on the information you were given over the phone.
- Ask to Look at the Party Bus in Person: You are going to want to take a look at the party bus in person before the day of the event. The reason for this is that it will give you an understanding for how well the party bus is cleaned after it has been used. If you notice any foul smells or spots that were overlooked during the cleaning process, you probably want to look for a party bus elsewhere.
- Can You Bring Food and Drinks: Finally, be sure to ask whether or not you are allowed to bring food and drinks onto the party bus. Most party bus companies will allow this. However, they may not if there are going to be underage passengers since they don't want to condone any underage drinking. Some party bus companies may not allow it in general anyway because they do not want to go through the process of cleaning up the spills caused by food and drinks. So be sure to ask if you do want to plan on bringing along food and drinks.
When you consider these four tips, you can be sure that you get the right questions answered, which is going to lead to you renting a party bus that meets your expectations from a company that you can trust.