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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

COMMUNICATION DEVICE: NOTE: For all buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the possible safety and communication merits of the bus driver having the capability to communicate with the district’s management through two-way radio, portable telephone, etc.

FLAT FLOOR FOR WHEELCHAIR BUSES: NOTE: For Type C & D (35 to 90 passenger) buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the comparative merits of a flat floor bus for special education needs.

DRIVER’S SEAT, AIR RIDE SUSPENSION: NOTE: For Type C & D (35 to 90 passenger) buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the comparative merits of an improved ride for the driver through the use of an adjustable air ride suspension seat.

FLAT FLOOR VEHICLES: Insulation: Plywood or alternative flooring: Standard is BC Exterior

NOTE: For all types of buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the possible long-term maintenance benefits of the use of treated or marine grade plywood.

SEAT FRAMES: Option: School districts that will be transporting infants in rear facing car seats will need to change these to maximum seat spacing.

STUDENT SAFETY CROSSING CONTROL ARM: NOTE: For all types of buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the possible safety merits of the installation of a student safety crossing control arm.

AIR BRAKES: NOTE: For Type C & D (35 to 90 passenger) buses, air brakes are standard the purchaser may wish to investigate the use of air brakes before changing to conventional brakes.

REAR AXLE, AIR RIDE or EQUAL IMPROVED RIDE SUSPENSION: NOTE: For Type C & D (35 to 90 passenger) buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the comparative merits of an improved ride by the use of air ride or mechanical ride improvements for the passengers.

PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM: NOTE: For Type D (65 to 90 passenger) buses, the purchaser may wish to investigate the possible merits of the installation of a public address system to better communicate with the passengers.

DIESEL ENGINES:

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