Montana has the third-highest DUI rate in the entire country. It's a significant problem, but it's one that can be fixed.

And one way of making sure that it gets fixed is by offering an alternative to driving, so people don't even have the option to drive while under the influence. And that's the basic idea behind Montana Party Bus, a new party bus that just launched in Missoula.

The bus is meant to bring people together, especially those traveling to events in rural areas out of town - instead of having 30 people all driving there separately, all potentially drinking at whatever event they were attending, now they can all pile into the bus.

Owner Tom Allison took an old school bus and converted it into something pretty cool, with LED lights, a stereo, a bathroom, three TVs, and inward-facing bench seats. They even have a security staff member who rides in the back and acts as a DJ for the trip. No alcohol is served on the bus, but you will be able to bring your own.

So if you've got a big group that's heading out of town somewhere, this could definitely be something to check out. The cost is $700 for four hours, $1300 for eight hours, or $1800 for 12 hours.

You could do weddings, you could do graduation parties, you could do barbecues - Any ideas for where you would want to take the Montana Party Bus?

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