The school bus is the safest vehicle on the road—your child is much safer taking a bus to and from school than traveling by car. NHTSA believes school buses should be as safe as possible. Students are about 70 times more likely to get to school safely when taking a bus instead of traveling by car. Seat belts have been required on passenger cars since ; and 49 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws requiring the use of seat belts in passenger cars and light trucks. There is no question that seat belts play an important role in keeping passengers safe in these vehicles. But school buses are different by design, including a different kind of safety restraint system that works extremely well.
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School Bus Laws By State: When to stop and when not to!
Local school districts are struggling to find enough bus drivers and canceling some bus routes as they return to in-person classes this month. At Amazon you can deliver packages. Silverthorn said Kettering only has four substitute drivers available, but had six drivers out this week on COVID quarantine, plus the normal illnesses, meaning he had to cancel five routes on Tuesday. Any type of change for those students is not good.
After three months of school, the Stevens Point School District Transportation Department is feeling great about their new transportation system. Due to COVID this year, the school limited busing numbers, making it so that only 7 to 12 kids are riding the bus at a time. The rest of the families have been asked to bring their kids to school on their own. To help their case, the superintendent has been working with local businesses to adjust working times for parents who now need to bring their kids to school on their own.