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has proved immensely helpful, combats internal inspector complacency, and allows district technicians to focus on preventative maintenance and repairs. As school buses age and we keep our fleets longer, the inspection process becomes more critical and allows us to keep them running in like-new condition.” Rotterdam-Mohonasen Central School District near Schenectady, New York, uses a proactive


maintenance program that inspects all school buses every 30 days, as well as less than one week before the state Department of Transportation inspection, said Transportation Director Randolph Jerreld. “Our state has some of the strictest regulations in the country,” Jerreld said. “We inspect our buses every six months, and we have DOT inspectors dedicated to this job..” Jerrold agreed that predictive maintenance is vital. The common denominator is avoiding the use of worn parts, which he said are critical steps to take for satisfactory inspection results.


“As school buses age and we keep our fleets


longer, the inspection process becomes more critical and allows us to keep them running in like-new condition.”


—Anthony Ashley, Transportation Fleet Manager at Atlanta Public Schools


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