School Buses: with seat belts?

Keeping your students safer

Why should you invest in this?

    Most school bus crashes are caused by a distracted bus driver.  With seat belts on school buses, it keeps the students safer. This will protect the children from potential injury if a crash may occur. In each seat the seat belt begins at the far left of the end of the seat, and the second one is on the far right by the window. They pull out and are designed to go across the person's lap, and latch in place in the holders in the middle. There are two seat belts per seat.

The product

These new and improved buses operate like a normal public school bus would work. They only cost about a hundred or two dollars more than a normal school bus. They will be available for purchase by public school systems starting January 5, 2013.