What do bus drivers hate?

What do bus drivers hate?

20 Things Passengers Do That Bus Drivers Hate

  • 17 Leave Their Bags Easily Accessible Then Blame The Bus Company When Their Stuff Gets Stolen.
  • 18 Practice Their Insane Acrobatics While The Bus Is Moving.
  • 19 Take Forever To Count Their Fare And Hold Everyone Up.
  • 20 Play Their Music Or Videos Out Loud.

When a passenger in a wheelchair is in a vehicle what direction should they be facing?

In vehicles in excess of 22 feet in length, at least one securement device or system required by paragraph (a) of this section shall secure the wheelchair or mobility aid facing toward the front of the vehicle.

When securing a wheelchair where should the rear straps be hooked first?

Attach the wheelchair straps to the wheelchair at 4 points. Attach the straps along the wall first. Then attach the straps along the aisle.

Why do bus drivers randomly stop?

Because their awkward bastards who get a kick out of having a tiny bit of power. Normally it’s so they can keep to schedule. You’d be annoyed if you missed a bus because it left your stop early because noone got on or off a previous stop and the bus drive didn’t “correct” for time.

Can bus drivers refuse to let you on without a mask?

Drivers cannot enforce the law around face coverings but they will issue a special ticket to passengers who are not exempt, advising it is the customer’s responsibility to comply with the law. The police have the authority to issue fixed penalty notices for those who refuse. Q.

What should you attach tie down straps to on wheelchair?

Floor anchor points for rear tiedown straps should be located directly behind the rear securement points on the wheelchair. Front tiedown straps should anchor to the floor at points that are spaced wider than the wheelchair.

How do you stop someone from falling out of a wheelchair?

How To Keep The Elderly From Falling Out Of A Wheelchair

  1. Check that the chair fits the person.
  2. Ensure the senior can physically stay upright in the chair.
  3. If the senior has dementia or another cognitive disorder, eliminate confusion about things that may cause falls.
  4. Try products designed to prevent wheelchair falls.