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Why Are Seat Belts Not Required on School Buses for Sale

Posted by Shayna Johnson on 5/18/17 11:30 AM

Why Are Seat Belts Not Required on School Buses for Sale?

School buses carry the country's most valuable assets, our children. As such, they need to be as safe as possible, so why don't they come standard with seat belts? Of all current methods of transporting students to and from school, buses are by far the safest, even without the seat belts. Here's how:

The Bus Size Places Children Above the Danger

School buses for sale, particularly the larger ones, are heavy and sit rather high up from the road, which help improve passenger safety. First, the extra weight often means they cannot travel as fast as other vehicles. When collisions happen, the weight and slower speed of the bus in question reduces passenger jarring on impact.

Height also plays a large role, allowing the chassis to absorb much of the impact, further reducing potential injuries.

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Topics: school bus, benefits, seat belts, school bus requirements

4 Secrets to Planning Your Route

Posted by Shayna Johnson on 4/6/17 12:00 PM

Bus Tip: 4 Secrets to Planning Your Route from the Industry Leaders at Creative Bus Sales

Today's Tip is focused on planning your route.

GPS units are amazing devices that save us significant time, but we know they are not perfect. How many times have you followed your GPS and ended up on a route where your bus doesn't fit or the unit has directed you on a route that directed you on a route out-of-the-way? Planning ahead whenever possible is the best way to ensure you will arrive at your destination efficiently and safely.

Here are 4 major tips to help you plan your bus route:

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Topics: benefits, Creative Bus Sales, bus fleet, Bus news, Bus for sale, bus tips, Map, bus driver, Bus Route

How Buying an MFSAB for Sale Can Benefit Your Business

Posted by Shayna Johnson on 3/9/17 12:28 PM

How Buying an MFSAB for Sale Can Benefit Your Business

When a business expands their fleet, their main priority is improving that business. Two ways to do this is by providing additional services and improving the value and profitability of current services. Investing in an MFSAB for sale from Creative Bus Sales can do both, here’s more on how.

What is an MFSAB ?

MFSAB stands for "Multifunction School Activity Bus" and they are designed to do just that. Also, commonly referred to as activity buses, these vehicles make great additions to daycare centers, churches, community centers, and other organizations. As with many other buses at Creative Bus Sales, our MFSAB buses are customizable to meet your needs.

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Topics: used bus, fleet, bus, CBS, benefits, Parts & Service, MFSAB, Bus Graphics

Why are School Buses Yellow - Series: Part II

Posted by Shayna Johnson on 2/26/17 9:00 AM

The Origins of Public Transportation In America- The Horse-Drawn Commute

Ever been stuck in a traffic jam and pictured riding an horse across the open fields instead? The American public transportation system actually started somewhere in the middle of those two means of travel.

Background

We tend to think of railroads a being the first real form of public transportation in the country, but prior to that, there were various horse-drawn means of moving groups of people efficiently. There were the covered wagons, of course, which preceded the railroads as the main means of getting groups of people across long distances.

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Topics: school, Buses, transportation news, CBS, benefits, bus tip, history, facts, Creative Bus Sales, bus sales, why take the bus, bus fleet, Bus news, America

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