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F.A.Q.

Q: Can you pick us up in another state and take us to Las Vegas?
A: At the present time, we typically only travel within the Vegas metropolitan area, but you can always give us a call to find out if we can make a special exception in your case.

Q: How soon do we have to return the bus?
A: You can keep the bus for as long as you like. We just continue to charge you the same hourly rate for as long as you keep it. We never want you to feel as if you must rush back or end your party early. No clock watching is necessary when you’re traveling with us.

Q: What kind of entertainment can we bring on board with us?
A: Our buses feature flat screen HDTVs with DVD players and an audio system with both CD and MP3 player capabilities, so feel free to bring as many DVDs, CDs, and loaded iPods or MP3 players as you wish! You can rock the night away with some bumping music or enjoy the full theater experience as you ride along the Las Vegas strip watching your favorite movies. It’s all up to you.

Q: Do you travel to cities other than Las Vegas?
A: Yes, our service area covers the entire Las Vegas-Paradise-Henderson metropolitan area, including the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Paradise, Spring Valley, Sunrise Manor, Enterprise, Winchester, and Whitney, as well as all restaurants, attractions, and entertainment destinations that are a part of the larger-than-life Las Vegas experience.

Q: Do you allow drinking on your buses?
A: Of course! We encourage you to stock our built-in bars with all the beverages you desire, including both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. The only time we restrict alcohol is if there are people on your bus who are under 21. To bring alcohol on board, you must be sure that everyone in your party is 21+.

 

Q: Can we rent multiple buses for larger parties?
A: Absolutely! You may rent as many buses as you like as long as they aren’t already booked. Call as far in advance as you can to ensure that you can have your choice of buses and features.

Q: Do you allow smoking on your party buses?
A: We’re sorry, but we do not.