School Bus Fleet

November 2014

A management & maintenance magazine for school transportation fleets

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70 S C H O O L B U S F L E E T • N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 4 product highlights Recessed camera designed to prevent head injuries To address the hazard of passenger head impact with cam- eras that are mounted in school buses and protrude several inches from the ceiling, REI introduced a low-profle, recessed camera that only extends 1 inch from the ceiling and creates a safe passenger zone, company offcials said. Other features of the camera include adjustable viewing angles, high-resolu- tion color and intelligent IR technology designed for viewing footage clearly day or night. A tamper-proof design allows for maximum safety and accountability of drivers and passen- gers, according to the company. The camera can be mounted in a variety of locations throughout a bus. Two lens sizes are available: 2.8mm and 3.6mm. REI New guide for school bus wiper blades Wiper blade supplier Trico Products Corp.'s 2014/2015 Heavy Duty Application Guide is organized by product line, vehicle year, make and model. It provides details on all Trico wiper blade products applicable to school and transit buses, Class A and C recreational vehicles, and heavy trucks, company of- fcials said. The 92-page compilation includes information on all wiper blade, refll, washer pump and wiper arm options, including the new 36-inch and 40-inch heavy duty wiper blades and the new 32-inch beam blade. Trico

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