School Buses Undergo Safety Inspections
HARRISBURG-- In just a few weeks, buses will be hitting the streets, taking children back to school. Work is already underway to repair and update those buses, to make sure they are as safe as possible.
Robinson Transport in Harrisburg has been working on its buses since June. But with the addition of three new contracts with schools, they will soon have 20 more buses to inspect before the first day of school.
"It seems like the summer is always short," said David Robinson, vice president of Robinson Transport Vice President.
"They have to go through a safety lane inspection station," said Joyce. "And, they will do the brake test, they test everything: the play in the steering, they check the light system, the mufflers, the tie rod ends, the leaf springs, the tires, everything you could imagine."
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