The Blue Bird Micro Bird T-Series is the first Ford Transit to be officially turned into a school bus. Maybe riding the short bus won’t be so embarrassing when it comes with 3.5 liters of two-turbo fury!
Today in “People who richly deserve jail time,” we have the driver of a white 1990s Isuzu-looking SUV (ETA: Probably a GMC) who passed a school bus as three kids were about to board, nearly plowing into them. The whole thing was caught on a video that’s pretty horrifying to watch.
The school bus. A vehicle we all have spent hours of our lives on. This was the first step towards an education. A very frightening experience for any kindergartner. Walking up those three (then) big steps and entering this world of a (then) tall ceilinged vehicle full of blue seats and kids.
Remember going to school as a little kid? Specifically, think about that moment in the morning, waiting outside in the cold, barely awake and wondering if you actually did your math homework or just dreamed you did. Now picture seeing the school bus come lumbering down the street to collect you. What's the feeling in…
When I went to high school, schoolbuses were ubiquitously referred to as the cheesewagon or loser cruiser. And for good reason: they were the social equivalent of having a third nipple. But we didn't have a bus like the Nitro Bus.
Justice has been served to the Cleveland woman caught on video by a schoolbus driver as she drove on the sidewalk to get around the bus as children were climbing aboard.
School buses are festooned with flashing lights and stop signs and other devices for a reason — to make sure children don't get run over while the bus is stopped.
Either the driver of this Boston Public Schools bus is enjoying a fantastically laid-back lunch hour, or some kids in a Boston school district are on the coolest field trip ever.
This is surveillance footage of a school bus caught in the March 2nd Henryville, Ind. tornado. Through the back windows, you can clearly see the bus thrown into a nearby building.
A man in an stolen School Bus lead Police on a probably not very high speed chase down Interstate 40 in New Mexico yesterday. After receiving calls of a school bus driving erratically early yesterday morning police in Grants, NM tracked down the offending vehicle around 6am.
Demands to reduce the municipal budget in Findlay, Ohio have led officials to consider consolidating the city's aging vehicle fleet. Proposals apparently include this — a consolidated school bus and salt spreader, you know, to help ease traffic concerns on harsh winter mornings.
Amidst a bad breakup, a 22-year-old woman got drunk, stole a school bus and planned to drive it 3,000 miles to California. In Hollywood that would have been the plot of a feel-good date movie.
A new fingerprint scanning system is designed to make sure kids don't get let off at the wrong stop. Seems like a good idea. Privacy advocates, well, they're not so sure yet.
Wait — "may?" You mean... they can do this... now?
When we drove from Manhattan to Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, it got us thinking about the Holy Grail of American road trips: all the way across the country. It has to be done, but behind the wheel of what?
The one-of-a-kind exhibition drag-racing "Cool Bus," built by Ken Nelson, crashed at last month's O'Reilly Thunder Jam. Luckily, Ken was uninjured. Let's take a closer look at the "Cool Bus" and video of the crash.
A bus driver in Lakeland, Florida suspended an eighth grade student after his recurring flatulence caused the other passengers uncontrollable disruptive laughter and filled the bus will a stench foul enough to make breathing unpleasant.
Introducing the Topsy-Turvy School Bus. This, um... unique vehicle is the work of Tom Kennedy and Haideen Anderson, who managed to weld together two school buses with the purpose of delivering a political message. One has to be batshit-crazy to want to weld two school buses together, right? Not necessarily. This…