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  1. UNIT II BECOMING FAMILIAR WITH THE SCHOOL BUS VEHICLE

  2. Becoming Familiar with the School Bus Vehicle Topics to be discussed: Legal Descriptions Physical Characteristics Danger Zones II-2

  3. What is a School Bus? “…A ‘school bus’ is a motor vehicle regularly used for the transportation of pre-kindergarten disability program and kindergarten through grade 12 students of the public schools to and from school or to and from school activities and owned, operated, rented, contracted, or leased by any district school board...” Section 1006.25(1), Florida Statutes II-3

  4. Type A II-4

  5. Type B II-5

  6. Type C II-6

  7. Type D II-7

  8. Challenges caused by length: • Merging • Turning • Bumps • Backing • Parking II-8

  9. Maneuvering in a lane Challenges caused by width: II-9

  10. Challenges caused by height: • Maneuvering under canopies at school loading zones/ overpasses • Steering due to high center of gravity II-10

  11. Challenges caused by weight: • Crossing bridges • Acceleration • Braking distance II-11

  12. Blind Spot—Left Side Horizontal II-12

  13. Blind Spot—Left Side Vertical II-13

  14. Blind Spot—Right Side Horizontal II-14

  15. Blind Spot—Right Side Vertical II-15

  16. Blind Spot—Front BLIND 12’ or more II-16

  17. Blind Spot—Rear BLIND 69’ 6” II-17

  18. Summary We reviewed: • Legal definitions • Physical characteristics • Danger zones II-18