Rather than simply defer replacement purchases to meet short-term budget balancing goals, many school administrators should use potential fiscal challenges to trigger a thorough reappraisal of their district’s approach to fleet replacement.
IC Bus is now in production with the CE Series Gasoline Type C school bus. The CE Series with the PSI 8.8L gasoline engine is purpose built and designed for stop and start operation, featuring similar power and performance to diesel, which allows for immediate acceleration after stops and greater hill climbing capacity.
The school bus OEM highlights the efficiency, reliability, and reduced emissions of today’s diesel engines.
The ebright Smart Control System has been incorporated into Stertil-Koni’s Diamondlift.
A $30,000 grant funds installation of Idle Free Heat technology on Granite School District buses.
Automotive supplier and tire manufacturer Continental unveils ContiConnect, which uses the Internet of Things to help enhance tire maintenance.
The OEM cites lower upfront costs and maintenance savings as key factors in the growing sales of its Vision Gasoline bus.
The dealership’s Oklahoma and Illinois branches undergo training and improvements aimed at enhancing the customer experience.
Two new cooling compressors target trends in bus manufacturing, featuring smaller designs and higher capacity.
Roush CleanTech is fielding inquiries about propane and other fuels in the new “Got Questions?” section of the School Bus Fleet site.
JohnDow Industries’ new line of Diesel Carrytanks are available in 58- and 106-gallon capacities and are designed to transport and transfer diesel fuel wherever needed.
School buses powered by Roush CleanTech propane fuel systems with Ford 6.8L 2V and 3V engines are covered under the CARB HD-OBD certification.
The new facility features a 15,000 square foot service area, including a paint booth and specialized bays to service CNG vehicles.
A new series of universal multi-purpose fork adapters are engineered to increase the versatility, utility, and performance of Stertil-Koni’s mobile column lifts.
An introduction to Thomas Built Buses’ first-generation Saf-T-Liner C2 electric bus, Jouley.
With temperatures as low as minus 30, Howard-Winneshiek CSD says its propane buses warm up in a few minutes.
The school bus routing software developer marks the occasion by celebrating its staff members’ dedication and continuing to keep pace with ever-changing technology.