Maintenance

Reminder: Give Us Your Input on School Bus Maintenance

Thomas McMahon
Posted on February 9, 2017
Transportation directors, managers, and maintenance personnel are asked to fill out School Bus Fleet’s annual Maintenance Survey. Photo by John Horton
Transportation directors, managers, and maintenance personnel are asked to fill out School Bus Fleet’s annual Maintenance Survey. Photo by John Horton

School Bus Fleet is conducting its annual Maintenance Survey, and we need your input.

The survey covers such key topics as school bus age, parts expenditures, and technician pay.

School transportation directors, managers, and maintenance personnel are asked to fill out our questionnaire here:

School Bus Fleet 2017 Maintenance Survey

The overall results of the survey will be published in the March issue of School Bus Fleet.

Related Topics: parts, preventive maintenance, school bus replacement, shop safety

Thomas McMahon Executive Editor
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