Driver and passenger safety a high priority for bus manufacturers

From cameras to dynamic steering, bus safety technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated. By Jacob Moreton

Safety is a high priority in the commercial vehicle (CV) segment. Yet compared to trucking, bus safety is relatively neglected as a topic of discussion within the industry. But that is a mistake. Buses are incredibly important, as they play a central role in many public transport networks. And like trucks, they are large, heavy, and sometimes hard to navigate, which makes them a likely source of potential danger. Plus, compared to trucks with a single driver or a family car with a handful of passengers, a bus collision could potentially put more lives at risk.

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