SBF - Newsline Tuesday Edition
February 21, 2017
Third-Party Vendors to Provide CDL Testing in New Jersey

A new state law aims to accelerate the process of getting a commercial driver’s license by enabling private vendors to conduct the knowledge and skills tests.

Wisconsin School Bus Driver Logs 60 Years, Keeps Driving

Larry Leverton took a job driving school buses in 1957 after a layoff. Known for his dedication, he doesn’t plan to quit anytime soon. 


Driver Safety Devices Help Enforce Policies on the Road

From detecting alcohol use to locking mobile devices to limiting speed, here are some of the products available for boosting safe driver behavior.

Navistar Honors 34 Key Suppliers

The IC Bus parent company bestows its Diamond Supplier Award on a group that represents the top 2% of its supply base.

Advances in Transmission Jacks Lift Productivity

According to Stertil-Koni, new technologies that have been incorporated into transmission jacks have increased lifting capacities and improved stability.

California Student Named Latest First Student Art Contest Winner

The latest winning entry comes from second grader Ruby Boula of Temescal Valley Elementary School. The bus company awards her school $1,000 for classroom supplies.

W.W. Williams Acquires Auto Safety House

Auto Safety House, the Thomas Built Buses dealership for Arizona, will operate as a brand under the ownership of W.W. Williams, a provider of repair services and products.

Air-Conditioning System

Bergstrom has introduced Cool Zone, a new air-conditioning system for buses.

 
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