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UNIT XIII. SCHOOL BUS DRIVER BEHIND-THE-WHEEL TRAINING. Cul-de-sac. Passing. Driving in a Straight Line. Width Reduction. Applying Brakes. Starting and Stopping on a Grade. Judging Distances. Judging Distances and Reacting Appropriately . Steering Effectively. Reverse. Turnarounds.

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Unit xiii

UNIT XIII

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER

BEHIND-THE-WHEEL TRAINING


Cul de sac
Cul-de-sac

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Passing
Passing

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Judging distances and reacting appropriately
Judging Distances and Reacting Appropriately

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Reverse
Reverse

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Turnarounds
Turnarounds

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Intersections
Intersections

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Steep inclines and declines review the following procedures

Downgrade

1.  Stay to the right.

2.  Check mirrors for traffic control.

3.  Proceed along downgrade in a lower gear.

4.  Snub brakes to maintain vehicle speed five mph lower than posted speed limit.

Upgrade

1. Stay to the right.

2. Check mirrors.

3. Proceed along upgrade in a lower gear.  At top of grade, test brakes.

Bottom of Grade

1.  Shift to drive.

Steep Inclines and DeclinesReview the Following Procedures:

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Route
Route

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Summary
Summary

  • As training progresses, the trainee should experience different types of road and traffic conditions such as freeway, rural, urban, and night driving.  The trainee also should become familiar with special hazards, such as steep grades, bad curves, or other characteristics of the locality that might affect the operation of the school bus.  This experience should include practice driving on school grounds, at school loading zones, and leaving different school sites.

  • In addition, the trainee should have experience driving different types of buses, including van conversions and larger buses with different transmissions, brakes, and engines.

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