- 1 When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
- 2 What would you do before unloading passengers?
- 3 Which of the following is a recommended procedure when loading students at school?
- 4 What are the best ways to help keep students safe on school buses?
- 5 What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
- 6 When driving what is the 3 second rule?
- 7 How do you stop loading and unloading?
- 8 What are some important behaviors when unloading at school list at least 5?
- 9 When stopping to pick up students a bus driver should?
- 10 What are the different sizes of school buses?
- 11 Should there be seatbelts on school buses?
- 12 Why do school buses increase driving risk?
- 13 How many kids die in school buses each year?
- 14 How can we make transport safer?
- 15 What are the most common types of school bus accidents?
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.
What would you do before unloading passengers?
Turn on the upper, alternating red signal lights before stopping to load or unload your passengers. As soon as the bus is stopped, extend the stop arm and the pedestrian student safety crossing arm.
Which of the following is a recommended procedure when loading students at school?
The recommended procedures are: Activate warning flasher system at least 100 feet prior to making a stop. Approach the loading zone slowly and carefully. Direct students to wait in an orderly fashion safely back from the roadway.
What are the best ways to help keep students safe on school buses?
Behavior on the Bus:
- Buckle up if seat belts are available.
- Stay in your seat keeping head, arms and papers inside the bus, and talk quietly.
- Keep aisles clear of books and bags.
What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
First you will need to stop at the stop line, make sure that you do not interfere with pedestrians, bicyclists, or vehicles moving on their green light, and make a turn. If a street has a left turn lane, you must use it when you turn left.
When driving what is the 3 second rule?
The three-second rule is recommended for passenger vehicles during ideal road and weather conditions. Slow down and increase your following distance even more during adverse weather conditions or when visibility is reduced. Also increase your following distance if you are driving a larger vehicle or towing a trailer.
How do you stop loading and unloading?
Safe Vehicle Loading & Unloading Checklist
- #1 Ensure vehicle is stopped, braked, and stabilized before loading/unloading.
- #2 Loading areas should be well lit at all times.
- #3 Loading areas should be free from hazards.
- #4 Loading area should be free of traffic.
What are some important behaviors when unloading at school list at least 5?
Keeping the Loading, Unloading Process Safe in 13 Steps
- Stay Focused.
- Enforce Safe Student Behavior.
- Be Consistent.
- Open The Door At The Right Time.
- Time The Flashing Light System Properly.
- Keep An Eye Out For Accessory Hazards.
- Take Command When Escorting Students.
- Position Is Critical.
When stopping to pick up students a bus driver should?
When stopping to pick up students, a school bus should be put in park. If the transmission does not have a park shift point, the vehicle should instead be placed in neutral.
What are the different sizes of school buses?
School buses range anywhere from 20 to 45 feet in length. In general, buses that are 20-25 feet long are considered mini or short. While buses that are 25-35 feet long fall into the mid-size category, and buses over 35 feet are full-sized.
Should there be seatbelts on school buses?
However, there are drawbacks to not having seat belts. To date, only eight states – California, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York and Texas – require seat belts on school buses.
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.
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.
How can we make transport safer?
Allow fare-free boarding on buses and trolleys. Enforce a requirement for riders to wear masks at bus stops, stations, and on vehicles and monitor to prevent disproportionate enforcement against people of color. Install tape at bus stops, stations, and on vehicles to help riders maintain a safe social distance.
What are the most common types of school bus accidents?
Rear-end collisions are the most common type of auto accidents that we hear about at our law firm. Statistics show nearly three-fourths of fatalities involving school buses are the occupants of the other vehicles involved.