- 1 Is it safe for kindergarteners to ride the bus?
- 2 Is school bus safe for toddlers?
- 3 Why should children keep the aisle clear on the bus?
- 4 Why are school buses safer than cars?
- 5 How do you stay safe in a school bus?
- 6 Can you hold a baby on a bus?
- 7 How should we behave in a bus?
- 8 Why should we sit quietly in the bus?
- 9 Why are there no seatbelts on school buses?
- 10 How many kids die in school buses each year?
- 11 Can the bus driver kick a bad kid off his bus?
Is it safe for kindergarteners to ride the bus?
Most Kindergarten-age kids are old enough to ride the school bus. A majority of elementary schools have extremely thorough policies and training in place to ensure the safety of all children riding the bus.
Is school bus safe for toddlers?
School age children transported in school buses are safer than children transported in motor vehicles of any other type. Large school buses provide protection because of their size and weight. To help answer these questions, NHTSA conducted crash testing of pre-school age size dummies in school bus seats.
Why should children keep the aisle clear on the bus?
Keeping the aisle clear is a safety issue, this prevents tripping and in the case of an emergency, a clear aisle allows for a safe evacuation.
Why are school buses safer than cars?
Large school buses are heavier and distribute crash forces differently than passenger cars and light trucks do. Because of these differences, bus passengers experience much less crash force than those in passenger cars, light trucks and vans.
How do you stay safe in a school bus?
Student Bus-Safety Tips
- Be early for the bus.
- Never run to or from the bus.
- Be alert and stand back from the curb.
- Don’t push or shove.
- Stay in your seat.
- Don’t yell or shout.
- Always obey the driver.
- Wait for the driver’s signal before crossing the street.
Can you hold a baby on a bus?
Bus and coach companies are not required by law to provide child car seats in coaches and buses, but child passengers should use them if they are provided. Any passenger in a front passenger seat, or any exposed seat, must use an appropriate child seat.
How should we behave in a bus?
Take it off. When the bus is full and you are asked to move down, KEEP GOING until you get to the last place you can possibly stand up straight. And don’t tell me you need to make sure you can get off: no one is going to stop you getting off at your stop.
Why should we sit quietly in the bus?
Riding the Bus ✓ Always speak quietly on the bus so the driver will not be distracted. Always be silent when a bus comes to a railroad crossing so the driver can hear if a train is coming.
Why are there no seatbelts on school buses?
Large school buses are heavier and distribute crash forces differently than passenger cars and light trucks do. Since the sizes and weights of small school buses are closer to those of passenger cars and trucks, seat belts in those vehicles are necessary to provide occupant protection.”
How many kids die in school buses each year?
Although an average of seven school-age passengers are killed in school bus crashes each year, 19 are killed getting on and off the bus, according to School Transportation News. Most of those killed are 5 to 7 years old. They are hit in the “danger zone” around the bus.
Can the bus driver kick a bad kid off his bus?
Yes it’s legally to do so for the safety of the bus driver and the other kids on the bus. When there’s a kid on a bus being obnoxious and being mean or rude to the kids.