How To Start Up Your Party Bus Company From Scratch
A party bus is the new phase of clubbing. Not only can you go to the hot spots around the city but partying also takes place on the actual coach itself. Given that the participants in a party bus are able to keep one another company, all you will have to do is stock up the bus before and drive around. Cleaning the bus is often simple and can be done within an hour or so after the night ends. If you are committed to starting up a party bus company, here are some steps to take to get started.
Get your commercial driver's license
Just like when you began learning how to drive a regular vehicle, you will need to go through the same steps to learn how to drive a large bus. You should apply for your commercial driving license as soon as possible. Once you have this in hand, you should go to a commercial driving school for lessons. Remember to log as many hours as necessary to master turning and proper road safety management of a large vehicle. Once you are confident in your abilities, you can take the driving test to get your commercial driver's license in full.
Purchase a bus in good condition
If you are starting up your company, it is best to get a vehicle that is in good condition already. A party bus should have seating that runs along the back and windows, leaving the space in the middle to be open for dancing and conversing. Purchase a sleek black bus that is in good condition from the motor systems to the interior cabin design.
You can save money or make the bus unique by purchasing a bus that is simple and adding your own mood lighting, refrigeration details and speaker systems with the help of an auto service. Be sure that the bus is attractive on the outside by adding a fresh coat of shiny paint.
Have a co-driver on board
Whether it is a friend or someone who wants to go into business with you, party buses with more than one host are easier to handle at the beginning. This way one of you can drive and the other party can sit in the passenger's seat to help navigate and handle any questions or needs by the party goers in the back. Having a co-host help handle restocking and quick cleaning in between drop-offs, while you handle the exterior maintenance will make party bus hosting easy and fun.