Party Bus Wichita • Some of our most commonly encountered questions and answers.
While we've done our very best to include a comprehensive listing of our most commonly encountered questions about our party buses and services, you may find that your question is a more specific inquiry. At that point, we cordially invite you to get in touch with us via phone or email! Our representatives will be happy to provide the answer to any question you might have. You'll find that we are available at most hours of the day, and will welcome you to reach out to us 24 hours a day, each and every single day of the year.
How old do I have to be to ride a party bus?
We do not have a minimum age limit. We welcome passengers of all ages as long as they respect our vehicles and follow our guidelines. Please remember that the legal drinking age is 21 and older. Anybody below 21 that is caught in possession of alcohol (or any other illegal substance) will be removed from the vehicle.
Will you go anywhere in Kansas?
Yes! However, please be aware that if you travel outside of the local Wichita area, you may be responsible for a reasonable fuel surcharge. For more information on what cities lie in our local service area, please click on the "Service Area" tab above.
Are the party buses non-smoking?
Yes. This helps us keep each vehicle in pristine condition. We want to avoid smoke, ashes, and burn holes for the satisfaction of all of our customers. If you need a smoke break, just let the driver know. He will stop as soon as it is safe to do so!
When do I have to make a reservation by?
Theoretically, you can make a reservation all the way up to the day of your event. However, we can't promise that we will have a vehicle available. Our party buses are first come, first serve. In order to ensure that we have a vehicle available, book your party bus as soon as you know you want to get one!
Where else do you recommend for party bus service?
What kind of payment do you accept?
We accept cash to the driver the day of, credit card or debit card payments prior to the run, money orders, and personal checks that clear well before the date of the run.