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sets us up for success on our annual inspections. The purpose of preventive/predic- tive inspections is to maintain the safety and reliability of the school bus at a high level, repairing and replacing items before failure. In our case, it has and continues to pay big dividends in our monthly/an- nual inspections.” Ashley discussed using


Participants in the National School Bus Inspection Training seminar at the 2019 STN EXPO Indianapolis take an exam.


in a timely manner, and frequently by a third-party ven- dor. This work, combined with preventative and predictive maintenance schedules, allows for a cumulative multi-di- mensional review of the buses, from inspection to repair. “The state of Georgia requires a pretty extensive monthly inspection for every school bus in the state,” he continued. “This, in addition to our preventative maintenance cycle,


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third-party vendors in bus in- spections. “In order to ensure rigor in the 20-day-long state inspection process, our district solicited a vendor to perform the inspections,” he shared. “The vendor provides an ob- jective review of the inspection standards and critiques issues in timely reports. This process


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