- 1 How far should you stand from a school bus?
- 2 What school is MMS in Ohio?
- 3 Why are school buses safer without seatbelts?
- 4 Should you cross in front or behind a bus?
- 5 What is the safest seat on a school bus?
- 6 Can the bus driver kick a bad kid off his bus?
- 7 Why do school buses increase driving risk?
- 8 When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
- 9 When a school bus has its light flashing and its stop arm extended?
- 10 When you hear a siren coming you should?
How far should you stand from a school bus?
Maintain a safe distance. Stand at least 6 feet away from the curb when the bus approaches, and keep the line away from the street. Wait until the bus stops, the door opens, and the driver says it’s okay to step onto the bus. Remain visible to the bus driver at all times.
What school is MMS in Ohio?
Home – Mason Middle School.
Why are school buses safer without seatbelts?
School buses are designed to be safe. School bus seats have high backs and lots of cushioning. In addition, they’re packed together tightly to achieve compartmentalization. In the event of a crash, the seats absorb most of the impact, protecting the children who sit in them.
Should you cross in front or behind a bus?
ALWAYS cross in front of the bus, NEVER behind. Make sure that you are at least 10 feet (five giant steps) ahead of the bus before crossing. Do not cross a street until the bus has come to a COMPLETE stop, the RED stop lights will be on and the driver will signal when it is safe to cross.
What is the safest seat on a school bus?
The safest seat in a school bus is generally in the middle, in an aisle seat on the right hand side, between the tires. It’s safer if there’s a head-on, side and rear-end collision.
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.
Why do school buses increase driving risk?
Passengers within the bus are exposed to the following dangers: Lack of restraints. Many transit buses are not required to have seat belts or restraints for their passengers, increasing the risk of injury during an accident.
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.
When a school bus has its light flashing and its stop arm extended?
When a school bus is stopped with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must stop your vehicle at least 20 feet from the bus. Oncoming traffic and motorists approaching the bus from behind may not move until the stop arm is retracted and the red lights are no longer flashing.
When you hear a siren coming you should?
If you hear a siren, try to discern the direction from which it is coming. If you see a firetruck, police car, ambulance, or other official vehicles with flashing lights and a siren, it is an emergency vehicle and you must get out of the way. Use your side and rearview mirrors to safely look at the road behind you.