Washington Issues New Law On Party Bus Operations

Posted on May 13, 2015

Prom season means many high school students will be dancing on their way to prom aboard party buses. These parties-on-wheels have replaced the limousine as the popular prom night mode of transport.

Boise State Public Radio article and audio here

Related Topics: drunk passengers, limo bus exit doors, limo buses, party buses, passenger safety, proms, regulatory enforcement, Safety, state regulations, Washington operators

Comments ( 3 )
  • CVJD

     | about 4 years ago

    The real problem are these bottom feeder "companies" they will DO ANYTHING to get a booking. "Sure you can fit 40 people" in a 30 passenger bus or "Book now and we will throw in 3 cases of beer".

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