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.
Less than a day after he appeared in court for stealing a school bus, a Parker, Fla. 12-year-old allegedly stole a different bus and took it for a two-hour joyride.
The Kings Canyon Unified School District of San Joaquin Valley, California made a splash last week when it put the first electric school bus into service. Those green bumpers sure look snazzy and "85% emissions reduction" sounds great. But nobody seems interested in publishing how much the buses actually cost.
I've certainly never seen a school bus sliced and re-welded to have a big, open flat section after the first three rows of seating, but that's exactly what a Georgian gubernatorial candidate seems to have built his campaign vehicle out of... toting a statue of a knight playing baseball, no less.
Drag racing on public roads: It's fun, it's illegal, it's stupid, it's dangerous, and anyone can do it. Even a pair of Iowa school bus drivers who had a bunch of elementary school kids on board.
Are the dropout rates in your school district too high? Try covering one of your school buses with this half school/half prisoner-transport bus vinyl wrap. If that doesn't scare them into reading Catch-22, nothing will.
Houston bus drivers have had enough. Fights, drug use, weapons, students jumping out of moving buses, even assault against drivers have plagued the Texas city's school district. About 30 drivers rallied outside of Houston's school district headquarters Tuesday to ask administrators for help.
High school senior Emmanuel Williams and 24 other students were riding a school bus in Tacoma, Washington earlier this week, when the bus began to swerve ominously. Williams jumped up, found the driver nodding off and woke him up, preventing a tragedy on a busy interstate highway.