What about seat belts?
@CKMe, Still working on that one.
@CKMe, less survivors = less money spent on therapy
@CKMe, it's not really necessary, given how high the seats are. Also the low center of mass makes it less likely to roll over. Quite ingenious, if you ask me
@CKMe, school buses are statistically very safe, and adding seatbelts for a vehicle that takes both 1st graders and high schoolers would severely limit capacity. I’m not saying I agree, but that’s their rational.
@FP Waiter, around here the reasoning is it's actually safer to let them fly around rather than be stuck in a seat belt in case of emergency. Lots of hills and gets very icy in the winter around here and the last time a bus flipped was because a semi lost a wheel and it rolled up an exit from the highway and smashed into the side of the bus. Pretty epic
The place I grew up doesn't even have network yet, let alone wi-fi...
@add eggs then stir, neat
@The Common Shaman,
@add eggs then stir, I just visited family in WV and went on a few back woods tours and seen towns that don't even have cable or internet.
When I was growing up we had one bus with heat, and that same bus has FM radio. The others had wheels
ERROR: technology divide not found.
Hopefully the Wi-Fi connects to internet.
Neither did my bicycle. Nor my chevrolegs. Nor my F100 once I got a job and had to scrape ice off the windshield, and still drive with my head out the window... Ahhh the good ol' days.
My school bus was so shjtty they ran the heat when it was 90 degrees outside so the engine wouldn't overheat, they couldn't be bothered to flush the radiator
The Meme Mobile
By the time I graduated, we finally got a bus not made decades ago. Had too good of a heater (you'd sweat in the winter), larger seats, better windows, and like 5 infrared cameras. That last year was a little better without a car lol.
I’m sure they will use it for educational purpises
Wtf I thought they are supposed to rationing kids not to be to depended on the internet that early on?
That is stupid