School bus training


Pictured above, Wesley Stone, a school bus inspector with the West Virginia Department of Education, explains the proper adjustment and use of all mirrors to Chapmanville area bus driver Amy Adkins. Proper adjustment of bus mirrors allows the driver to observe the danger zone around the bus and look for students, traffic, and other objects.


Stone explains that proper adjustment of bus mirrors will allow the driver to see 200 feet or four bus lengths behind the bus, along the sides of the bus and the rear tires touching the ground.


Bus drivers for Logan County Schools were trained in safety this week at Three Mile Curve in preparation for opening day for students on Mon., Aug. 17.

Pictured above, Wesley Stone, a school bus inspector with the West Virginia Department of Education, explains the proper adjustment and use of all mirrors to Chapmanville area bus driver Amy Adkins. Proper adjustment of bus mirrors allows the driver to observe the danger zone around the bus and look for students, traffic, and other objects.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_bus-training-1-CMYK.jpgPictured above, Wesley Stone, a school bus inspector with the West Virginia Department of Education, explains the proper adjustment and use of all mirrors to Chapmanville area bus driver Amy Adkins. Proper adjustment of bus mirrors allows the driver to observe the danger zone around the bus and look for students, traffic, and other objects.

Stone explains that proper adjustment of bus mirrors will allow the driver to see 200 feet or four bus lengths behind the bus, along the sides of the bus and the rear tires touching the ground.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_bus-training-2-CMYK.jpgStone explains that proper adjustment of bus mirrors will allow the driver to see 200 feet or four bus lengths behind the bus, along the sides of the bus and the rear tires touching the ground.
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