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School Bus Questions Answered in New FAQ Section

Thomas McMahon
Posted on March 15, 2017
A new feature on the SBF website answers frequently asked questions about yellow school buses — including why they’re yellow.
A new feature on the SBF website answers frequently asked questions about yellow school buses — including why they’re yellow.

A new feature on the School Bus Fleet website answers frequently asked questions about yellow school buses — including why they’re yellow.

School Bus FAQ is a collection of questions that have landed on our desks often over the years, typically from students, parents, or researchers who are looking to learn more about pupil transportation.

Along with the classic query about the distinctive color of school buses, questions that we’ve answered in the FAQ section include:

• When do I have to stop for a school bus?
• Why don’t school buses have seat belts?
• How long are school buses?
• How many school buses are there in the U.S.?
• Why do school buses have black ridges along the side?

School Bus FAQ can be accessed under the “More” tab at the top of the School Bus Fleet website, or directly via this link.

Thomas McMahon Executive Editor
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