Please Drink Responsibly

Alcohol On The Buses

Nebraska requires all charter and party bus companies that allow alcohol on their buses to have a liquor license. This means that these companies that allow alcohol are required to follow the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission’s rules & regulations.

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The new rules

In accordance with the NLCC’s rules and regulations, these are the policies and rules we have put in place to provide safe transportation for renters & their guests. 


Every passenger will be required to present a valid driver’s license or appropriate government ID, before boarding the bus. 

Weddings & Family Rentals

We do allow and make arrangements for weddings, quinceañeras, family events, holiday & Polar Experiences™, etc., with underage family members. Please notify us ahead of time of any underage passengers.


If a passenger becomes over-intoxicated, they will be instructed to stop consuming alcohol. If they refuse, they will be removed from the bus, and the renter will be responsible for providing a safe way home for that passenger. If the renter & alt. contact both become over-intoxicated, the rental will end with no refund. 

2am cutoff

Similar to bars, we have a cutoff. The latest drop-off time we are allowed to do is 2:00 AM and will apply to all rentals, with no exceptions.

Underage Passengers

Every passenger must be 21 years old or older to board the bus. Anyone under the age of 21 will be turned away.

Underage events

Proms & other high school events are welcome but must be approved. We also reserve the right to verify alcohol is not being brought onto the bus. A chaperone over the age of 25 is required to be on the bus at all times.

Open Containers

Absolutely no open containers can be taken off the bus or taken out of bars or any other establishment that serves alcohol. It is against the law. (Violators will be removed or the rental ends with no refund)

Law Enforcement

Nebraska law now allows any law enforcement officer to check valid IDs, as well as check for overconsumption of anyone getting on or off a charter bus or party bus.

Protect yourself & your Guests

Beware of Illegal Party Buses

Always make sure any party bus company you are considering has the required amount of insurance and proper licensing with the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, as well as the authority to operate in the state of Nebraska with the Nebraska Public Service Commission and Nebraska Department of Transportation.

Any legitimate party bus company can provide you with their liquor license number and their Nebraska Public Service Commission number.

The last thing you want is to have your party shut down by law enforcement. Let the good times roll and always choose reputable party bus companies.