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Take Your Pick of Our School Buses

Posted by Laura Galijan on 12/14/15 9:30 AM

Depending on the type and size of your school, you need to think about transportation. Fortunately, we are here to offer you a variety of school buses. There are five different types of school buses available with their own characteristics and benefits. Whether you’re with a small private school or a large district, we can help you find what you need! Here’s a quick breakdown:

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1.Type A school bus is the smallest class of bus, holding anywhere between 14 to 36 passengers. This bus also can come equipped with a wheelchair lift along with a post-trip inspection alarm system. Unlike the others, it can come with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating under 10,000 pounds (or over depending on the classification). 

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2.Type B bus is a comparable alternative to Type A. This bus can seat between 10 to 30 people and it's built to last. Most types come with a post-trip inspection alarm inspection and wheelchair lifts as well. There are luggage storage and alternative fuel options available too.

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3.Type C bus is what most people would consider a "conventional" style school bus. Boasting the widest entry door in the industry, this vehicle can seat between 29 to 77 students. Ideal for large bus routes!

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4.Type D bus is the largest bus we offer with a seating capacity of up to 90 people. This bus has a distinctive flat front, reminiscent of typical transit buses. It is built on a rugged steel construction with a heavy duty frame and axles. This bus also offers a "leave no student behind" post-trip inspection alarm system.

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5. Lastly we offer Activity/MFSAB buses. It is important to note that these types of buses aren't meant to get children from home to school and back again, but rather to transport them to other locations such as field trips. These types of buses are exempt from some traffic control features like flashing lights and stop arms since they’re not intended for student drop-off on public roadways.

No matter the size of the school or the amount of students you serve, we have safe and reliable buses for your consideration. To learn more about our buses, please contact us.

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