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Have you ever wondered what the school bus magazines omit from their articles? I investigated this very topic. Which School Bus Magazine Do You Read? I’m predicting you answered with our friends, over at School Bus Fleet Magazine. How Did I Predict This? It’s not just a 50/50 guess. If you are like the vast majority of the school transportation industry, this will overwhelmingly be your answer. Did you know schoolbusfleet.com gets 37,418 organic visitors a month? For compa
February 05, 2019 – La Joya, Texas. Gardian Angel, LLC is thrilled to announce an order for 300 of their popular school bus accident prevention lights to La Joya ISD. This is the largest order in the history of the Gardian Angel® school bus safety lighting system. “We look forward to hearing about the great results in decreasing illegal passing incidents and keeping La Joya children safer.” said Steve Gardner, Founder and CEO of Gardian Angel, LLC. Steve is also the invento
A father and son team is celebrating their 20th state victory with a powerful solution to the school bus industry’s most troubling problems: illegal passing and school bus accidents. The State of Arizona has just approved the Gardian Angel® school bus lighting system. ***Important to note: AZ school transportation directors must contact AZ Department of Transportation prior to installing the Gardian Angel®️. Their contact information shown here for your convenience: https:/
When you hear the words “danger zone”, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If you start singing the lyrics “Highway to the Danger Zone” in your head, you’re not alone. Kenny Loggins danger zone is what a lot of people think, but today we are getting away from Top Gun and discussing the danger zone as it relates to school bus transportation. A school bus has certain spots surrounding the exterior of the bus where it is difficult to see a pedestrian’s physical location.