New York policy states that we cannot provide alcohol in the vehicle, but customers can take it and drink inside our buses and vans. In our contract, we highlight that if someone gets sick on the bus, they are responsible for paying the additional cleaning fee. Passengers can legally drink alcohol and have open containers of alcohol in passenger vehicles. However, the passenger vehicle must be designed to carry ten or more passengers for profit or to rent and operate pursuant to a permit or certificate issued by the New York or United States Department of Transportation.
The law does not prohibit passengers from drinking or holding an open container in commercial vehicles, such as buses or limousines. However, landlords must have a certificate or permit issued by the U.S. UU. Passenger vehicles designed to carry 10 or more people are also exempt from this law.
If you bring it on board and open it, you do so at your own risk and you are subject to any fine. Are alcoholic beverages allowed inside the vehicle? New York Limo Car allows you to bring your own alcoholic beverages as long as all passengers are 21 years of age or older. We offer limousine service for all occasions, including birthdays, weddings, dances, corporate events, conventions, nights out in the city or just a trip to and from the airport.