New School Bus Safety Pilot Program Study Finds 89 Percent Reduction in Violations by Motorists Albemarle County Public Schools performed a study with extended stop arms, proving that our product plays a huge part in ending stop arm violations.
We are so excited to announce that we now have Extended Stop Arms installed in Bulloch County, Georgia! The great mechanics and bus drivers welcomed us down to perform installs of two arms on their buses. We look forward to hearing great results from this county.
Extended Stop Arms were featured by WBTV in a Safe to School piece. Great stuff!
Our great teams are out in the blazing NC sun installing Extended Stop Arms for the Alamance-Burlington School System. Here Grant is putting the finishing touches on a brand new Air Powered Extended Stop Arm.
We all gathered today in front of the shop for a picture.
A superintendent from Iowa explains the problem succinctly. Cameras and Laws don’t reduce violations: “It’s been a huge issue for us,” said Embray. “We’ve been tracking the stop arm violations for the last several years. The buses we have are equipped with stop arm violation cameras, so we track those numbers and unfortunately those numbersRead more about Why Extended Stop Arms are needed[…]
The Daily News featured the new Extended Stop Arms we installed for Albemarle! They sure look good! #Break4Buses
The Extended Stop Arm was featured in the Jacksonville Daily News today. Hundreds of children will have additional protection this year!
Transylvania County is the first school district in the nation to install Extended Stop Arms on all their school buses! Great article on WLOS.