A new federal safety standard proposed by U.S. safety regulators would reduce the risk of passengers being ejected from commercial buses during rollover crashes and improve survivability in bus crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed the rule in an effort to reduce the number of commercial bus crash passengers and drivers are killed and injured each year. In 2012, the most recent year with complete crash data, there were 54,000 bus crashes on U.S. roads and highways. These bus crashes killed 250 people and injured 12,000 others. More current incomplete data indicates these numbers are steadily climbing ... Read More
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