Safety

Anytime you jump in a vehicle that another person is driving, it puts you in a susceptible position. And even if you are behind the wheel, you can't account for all the other folks when driving that may not be specifically safe. That notwithstanding, this...

Safety for our children is a primary concern for anyone involved in public education. Whether you are coordinating transportation for an upcoming field trip, trying to get kids to research sites as part of a science project, or need to get the high school football...

We sometimes hear that motorcoaches are much more secure than riding in a regular passenger vehicle, but why? There's no doubt that measurements definitely works in your good will in the safety department. If you're in a Honda Accord, a coach would be a pretty formidable...

On November 20, 2013, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) directed that, as of November 2016, all new coaches would be obligated to have three-point seatbelts installed on their rigs. Even though this hasn't traditionally been required, some companies have installed them as an...

Safety for our children is a primary concern for anyone involved in public education. Whether you are coordinating transportation for an upcoming field trip, trying to get kids to research sites as part of a science project, or need to get the high school football...

Each time you're taking part in group travel, it may be a little disturbing to hand the reigns over to somebody else. Reserving a motorcoach for your future group tour makes a lot of sense; they're practical, energy efficient, comfortable, and easily suit a large...

In the beginning of 2000, the Department of Transportation created FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration), with its central purpose being all things safety measure regarding motor carriers, both passenger and non-passenger. The FMCSA's website (www.fmcsa.dot.gov) is a wonderful resource of information, and is applicable...