- 1 How far should you stop behind a school bus in Michigan?
- 2 How far should you stop away from a school bus?
- 3 How long can a child legally be on a school bus in Michigan?
- 4 Do you have to stop for a school bus on a four lane road in Michigan?
- 5 Should I turn my head when changing lanes?
- 6 Do you stop for a bus when there is a median?
- 7 When stopping behind a school bus with alternating flashing red lights activated it is recommended?
- 8 How do I become a bus driver in Michigan?
- 9 When you come to a four way stop who has the right away?
- 10 What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and it’s red lights are flashing?
- 11 When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
How far should you stop behind a school bus in Michigan?
Stop at least 20 feet away from buses when red lights are flashing, unless driving in the opposite direction on a divided highway. Slow down in or near school and residential areas.
How far should you stop away from a school bus?
You must come to a full stop about 20 metres (about 4 to 5 car lengths) away from the school bus. This distance allows drivers of other vehicles behind you to see the flashing lights and students crossing the highway.
How long can a child legally be on a school bus in Michigan?
Child care licensing regulations establish a maximum riding time of 60 continuous minutes for the transportation of preschool children.
Do you have to stop for a school bus on a four lane road in Michigan?
Drivers must stop for a stopped school bus when traveling on four lane or five lane roadways which are not separated by any barriers. The driver of any vehicle following or approaching the school vehicle may not proceed until the school vehicle resumes motion or the alternately flashing red lights are deactivated.
Should I turn my head when changing lanes?
Simply stated, you need to turn your head far enough to clear the area not visible in your mirrors. I generally instruct that it should be a ‘shoulder check’ far enough the you can see the area alongside your rear passenger door – if you have one.
Do you stop for a bus when there is a median?
You must stop for a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing whether it is on your side of the road, the opposite side of the road, or at an intersection you are approaching. You are not required to stop if the bus is traveling towards you and a median or other physical barrier separates the roadway.
When stopping behind a school bus with alternating flashing red lights activated it is recommended?
Slow down and stop when the school bus activates its alternately flashing red lights. This means you must stop whether you are approaching an oncoming bus or following one. The only exception to this rule is when the bus is on the opposite side of a two-way highway that is physically divided by a median.
How do I become a bus driver in Michigan?
- STEP 1 – Michigan Secretary of State (SOS)
- STEP 2 – Complete a CDL Training Course.
- STEP 3 – Pass the Michigan Commercial Road Test Exam.
- STEP 4 – Beginning School Bus Driver Training.
- STEP 5 – On-The-Job Training.
When you come to a four way stop who has the right away?
Yield to right. When two vehicles arrive at a 4-way stop at the same time, and are located side-by-side, the vehicle furthest to the right has the right of way. If three vehicles arrive at the same time, the car furthest left should continue to yield until both of the other cars to the right of them have passed.
What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and it’s red lights are flashing?
FLASHING RED LIGHTS ON SCHOOL BUSES MEANS OTHER VEHICLES MUST STOP. A school bus stops to drop off children. These flashing lights mean the bus is picking up or discharging students and you need to STOP even on divided and multi-lane highways.
When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
You must stop at least thirty feet from a stopped school bus that is loading or unloading children. This is required by law whether you are meeting the bus or traveling behind it.