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With radiators, DPFs, EGRs and more than 30,000 exhaust parts, it’s no wonder Auto-jet is the choice of school bus systems coast to coast.


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Brice Sunderland is celebrating his 30th year in education, 24 of which have been at Chaffey Joint Union High School District. This is his sixth year in pupil transportation.


land said. “As you know, the federal government has mandated high-back seats, and you can’t see with just normal cameras, you can’t see in be- tween seats very well.” He noted that the district does plan on upgrading its camera system to the 360-degree cameras next calendar year, to reveal blind spots around the school bus. Meanwhile, Chaffey’s drivers did go through training when the tablets


were first installed in the bus, as it was new technology. Sunderland said the drivers picked up the technology quickly and for the drivers that did have some problems he did a ride along with them until they fully grasped it.


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Advice to an Industry Historically Resistant to Change Sunderland said change is challenging for the entire educational com-


munity. He recalled teachers and administrators who were hesitant to embrace technology.


66 School Transportation News • SEPTEMBER 2021


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