How do you test a new bus at high speed? Crank it around a banked oval.
A bus filled with retirees on a day trip burst into flames after colliding with a logging truck in southwest France, according to the Associated Press. At least 43 people have reportedly died in the incident.
Being a Youth induces all sorts of wonderful logic. Brian will kiss you if you do a power slide, Lorraine will laugh at you if you ask her to the Enchantment Under the Sea dance. And also, if your bus is completely destroyed by a train, there will be no school ever again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sure, you can jump a school buses with a motorcycle, but what about jumping motorcycles with a bus? One brave stuntman asked this question in the most testing manner possible.
At least 18 people have been reported injured after two buses collided in the Lincoln Tunnel, which connects New York City with New Jersey. The extent of the injuries is as of yet unclear, though local news channel WIPX-11 is reporting that multiple people were being seen taken out on stretchers.
Okay don’t laugh because this is actually horrific. DON’T LAUGH, but a huge crowd in London banded together to push a bus off of a unicyclist, after his legs and dreadlocks became trapped underneath it.
I don’t know what it is about this bus, lying deep in the murky deaths, is so terrifying. But something about it is giving me the absolute willies.
An iconic London double-decker bus was just driving around London, doing its thing, when it hit some low-hanging branches and got its top completely peeled back like the people inside were delicious, delicious sardines. Which isn't very nice.
I'm not entirely sure what led to this argument, but then again, I'm not sure it matters. Because for this bus driver, the finish is everything. He's like a beautiful gymnast of confrontation, once his windows get smashed, he just gets out of there without a care for what's in his way. A stunning pirouette of revenge…
A New York City bus driver was just arrested for stabbing a fellow motorist, in what is being described as a "road rage" incident. If you can make it here, you'll make it anywhere.
But I can't figure it out. Incorrect tire size? Non-standard headlights? Giant T-Rex bite? I'm struggling with this one. Someone help me out, please. It's driving me nuts. Something just seems a bit... off.
I usually have just about zero sympathy for robbers, having been the victim of robbery myself (long story, I still miss my Xbox), but this crosses the line into the absurd and the hilarious. First he gets his hand stuck in the door, then he gets beaten with a tiny bat, and then what appears to be a spaceman shows up.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey recently stated it would take three years to upgrade the bathrooms at its bus terminal, the single worst place on earth. It only took four years for them to build the entire fucking George Washington Bridge.
How close can you get to being run over by a bus without actually getting crushed? This close.
Last Friday morning a Mumbai bus driver poisoned himself with pesticide and then walked into his bus depot. He asked his two superiors for a snack, pulled out a sickle, and brutally stabbed both in a horrifying attempted double murder suicide.
I thought getting bullied on the school bus in middle school was bad, but these ten stories are just something else.
As was firmly established earlier today, bus drivers are all nihilists, and bus transport is quite possibly the worst kind of public transportation, anywhere. And it seems like everyone's got a horrible bus trip story.
I think we, humanity, can all agree that bus travel is the Number One Least Desirable Form Of Public Transportation. If it's not the passengers that get you, it might be the driver. Or the steering wheel.
A quite a while ago, i saw an article in TTAC about the luxury buses of Latin America. And that inspires me to write about Indonesian Bus. So, you have seen the TTAC's take on buses, And here's a look to the amazing world of Indonesia's luxury buses.
They even serve food — The Truth About Cars has a great explainer on the luxury long-distance buses of South America. Read it right here. There's good reason why these are the vehicles of choice for the growing middle class.