As part of our continuing effort to promote school bus safety and positive driving habits, Carolina Thomas is proud to be the exclusive provider of the Mobileye Collision Avoidance and Lane Departure Detection System for North Carolina school transportation fleets.
This video shows how the system works:
This NC DPI-approved system is suitable for all makes of buses as well as fuel trucks, tow trucks and fleet service vehicles.
Want to learn more or set up a demo? Please give us a call.
Over the past several years, we’ve noticed an interesting trend: Saf-T-Liner C2 customers are replacing fewer roof hatches compared to other buses. We used to ship several hundred replacement roof hatches each month to customers. This is no longer the case.
The obvious advantage for customers is lower replacement parts costs and less headache. But it raises an interesting question: Why does the roof hatch on a Saf-T-Liner C2 last longer than those on other buses? The answer to that question may surprise you. (more…)
The American school bus is the safest vehicle on the road. Many safety features have been added over the years that were not there “in the good ol’ days!” Options such as push out emergency windows, large wheelchair lifts, and roof escape hatches are now common place.
If you’ve ever been on one of my Thomas Built Buses plant tours, you understand why the Saf-T-Liner® C2 is stronger and safer than other buses. The lift door design is one such feature that makes the Saf-T-Liner® C2 stronger and safer. Here’s why:
Since May 1, 2018, new passenger cars and trucks below 10,000 GVWR are now required to have a backup camera system. Now this popular safety option is available from Thomas Built Buses. The MOR-Vision mirror/monitor system from Rosco helps to confirm safe reverse operations with the simple replacement of the OEM bus mirror. Many North Carolina schools are already using the MOR-Vision system and drivers love it.