Archive for the ‘Bus Driving’ Category

8 Strange & Crazy Buses You May See on the Roads

Friday, June 9th, 2017

So if you thought you knew what every bus on the road looks like, we may have found a few buses to shock you.  Keep your hands on the wheel, and stay in your lane, don’t let these buses alarm you but you just might see them on the road depending on where you live! Read more…

Precautions for Driving Your Bus, Motorhome or Other Larger Personal Transport Vehicles Safely in Winter Weather

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Driving any large personal transport vehicle like a bus, RV or passenger van in winter means taking a number of precautions to stay safe on the road. Even under the best of weather and road conditions, driving any large personal transport vehicle such as a bus, RV/motorhome or passenger van requires modified driving practices for Read more…

Cities that are Making Travel Easier for Bus Drivers

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Major cities across the U.S. and further afield are increasingly adopting new practices and technology that make it easier for bus drivers to safely perform their jobs. Being a bus driver in any major city can be difficult under the best of circumstances as it requires an almost sixth sense to anticipate traffic challenges. Fortunately, Read more…

Interesting Bus News from Around the World in September 2013

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

The wheels of the bus still go round and round, but what propels them is often quite different than even the means utilized in the recent past. Countries and cities around the world are making headlines with new bus designs and alternative energy sources. Still, the tried and true of diesel continues to dominate the Read more…

So You Want to Be a Bus Driver…See What’s Involved

Monday, August 26th, 2013

Full-time or part-time, free summers or continued work – driving a bus is full of options. You can stay local or drive all over your county on school buses, tour buses, sightseeing buses, or commuter buses. What you drive and where is entirely up to you. From 15 passenger buses to the huge 60 foot Read more…