'Continuous Recess' Technology in Inground Heavy-Duty Piston Lift Showcased in New Stertil-Koni Video

STEVENSVILLE, Md. – To dramatically present the safety and performance delivered by an industry first in inground piston lifts in North America – a technology known as “Continuous Recess” – Stertil-Koni, the leader in heavy duty vehicle lifts, recently filmed and produced a video that clearly shows how it works on the company’s highly acclaimed DIAMONDLIFT – a popular state-of-the-art high pressure, low-volume telescopic piston lift.

School Bus Drivers, "What’s Important Now?"

There is a facility in central Idaho that dismantles nuclear warheads. The warheads are transported in average looking semis escorted by ordinary looking vehicles that are manned by specially trained and heavily armed tactical officers. The semi transporting the warhead is heavily armored and will self-protect even if the security team is taken out. Sadly, school buses do not have the luxury of security escorts.

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Updated TSD Conference Overview Online Features Workshop Details

Our updated 8-page TSD Conference overview will be in the January issue of School Transportation News! In the meantime, check out the new conference overview here on the conference website. The overview offers the latest details on the conference workshops, as well as our keynote speakers, our trade show sneak peek reception and the trade show!

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