Cascade Student Transportation earns an Outstanding Fleet Award based on state inspection results.
The kits are tailored for the supplier’s inground scissor and piston lifts. They are designed to offer more efficient lifting by engaging the front and rear lifting points on vehicles.
Thomas Built Buses is now accepting orders for school buses equipped with the Detroit DD5, adapted for the Saf-T-Liner C2, and the DD8, adapted for the Saf-T-Liner HDX.
3M Polyurethane Window Bonder Adhesive Sealant 595 is designed to work faster and be stronger than older window bonding products, with better initial hold.
The company offers to buy districts’ and contractors’ old vehicles and then lease them a fleet of new vehicles.
Navistar’s remote diagnostics platform connects with Fleetsoft’s fleet maintenance and inventory management solution.
Rotary’s new R5000HD Commercial Truck Alignment System is designed to make aligning heavy-duty buses and other vehicles easy by eliminating the need for rolling compensation.
The school bus OEM’s new site includes updated information, brochure downloads, and an interactive quote request form.
Pruitt has been the subject of multiple ethics investigations. President Trump accepts his resignation while continuing to defend his work at the EPA.
Seventeen school districts in the state get rebates of up to $15,000 per bus from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
The Wisconsin School Bus Association awards seven drivers and three mechanics for excellence in their profession. Some have more than 50 years of service.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation finds that postsecondary supply of new vehicle technicians has not kept up with a spike in demand.
The new diesel engine will power a Saf-T-Liner HDX school bus that the OEM will showcase next month.
Chevin Fleet Solutions’ Workshop Hub, when fully launched in early 2019, can be used as a central location for technicians to complete daily administration tasks such as time sheets, inspection sheets, and workshop audits from the workshop floor.
The New York State Head Mechanics Association’s Summer Seminar will take place on July 25 in Syracuse and includes training classes and opportunities to meet with suppliers.