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State Looks to New Governor to Fix Aging Fleet

Last year, South Carolina, in a roundabout way, put a bandage on its aging fleet by purchasing some used buses, but now, with 2011 on the horizon, what will the…
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School Buses and the Road to Academic Success

Much has been made industry-wide, over the past year especially, on linking school bus ridership to academic achievement in the classroom.
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ULSD: The New Super Fuel?

Diesel Emission standards have reached their peak in North America with the demand for less sulfur content to improve air quality. Petroleum refineries are now producing Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel,…
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How Rise in Bullying Incidents Can Be a Good Thing

I know, it sounds ridiculous at first, but one school district is discovering that a rise in bullying incidents means a new intervention program is actually working.
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Synthetic Oil Saves the Day for This School Bus Mechanic

School District. No. 73 serving Kamloops, British Columbia, located about 220 miles northeast of Vancouver, recently had a "no run" problem with a 1998 DT466E International diesel engine. This particular…
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