Regardless of your location, it is important to perform periodic seasonal maintenance. When doing so, consider the operation of specific systems rather than individual components.
More than 300 attendees participated in this year’s program, which featured new training opportunities and an advanced skills competition.
Telematics and retread solutions can protect and extend the life of one of a school bus’s most valuable assets. These include mobile apps created to monitor inflation pressures and tires designed with greater traction and durability.
The X-Parts program will feature service and maintenance parts for all makes and models of buses, with parts sold exclusively through Blue Bird’s dealer network.
The VOLTA battery-powered wrench is designed to secure wheels and improve maintenance.
The vehicle lift supplier and manufacturer has made some recent updates to its lifts and now offers a new cable system.
Learning how to spot potential problems and analyze the problems' cause and effect will help you determine why components are failing and guide you to a solution.
Providing good bus maintenance is a year-round job, but cannot be performed if you are not maintaining yourself as well.
As electric buses become a more feasible option for pupil transporters, operators in the U.S. and Canada are noting various benefits, including charging efficiency, fuel savings, and the need for consistent maintenance training.
Frank Naelitz of Ohio is named one of the Auto Care Association’s World Class Technicians.
Proper research, planning, budgeting, and assistance from a reputable dealer with full-service capabilities and deep industry knowledge can make buying used school buses hassle free.
Maintaining a workable ratio, making the proper tools and training available, and tracking operation costs are some steps that will help make the process more efficient.
Not only is there a need for more new technicians, but for those who are well-versed in new technologies.