School Bus Towing a Car 3:40 am





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Published on Aug 28, 2012

A Cypress Fairbanks ISD school bus towing a car ata 3:43 am in the night. It just looks very odd to me. Could both these vehicles be stolen?

Comments • 16

David Shaw
buses get converted and used as RV's all the time. SCHOOL BUSES get converted into and used as MOTOR-HOMES from time to time and they CAN make really nice accommodations. are you fantasizing about stealing vehicles or something? can't understand how driving at night can be much safer when your driving a full-size school-Bus at 55-mph on the open freeway? less traffic, cooler climate to run the engine in, cooler bus to drive, no jerk-offs honking as they pass after being delayed just a few moments of their life they consider worth more than your own? besides the point, if your worried about them. WTF are YOU doing driving around at 3:43 AM Tweeking a Video over a GOOD-enough-Driver? is it the let down of not having your fix, looking for your next fix OR just riding around on your latest one when you posted this shit?
April Babberl
Thousands of buses are driven to the dealerships that sell them to the districts that buy them. All kinds of buses even city transit buses. There is a bus plant in Tulsa OK. Most delivery drivers travel in small groups and rent a car to get back from the delivery point. Some delivery drivers fly back some have chasers that follow them this driver was able to tow his own way home. School buses do not have air conditioning and are subject to the same CDL log rules as 18 wheelers so night driving is very common.
Seeing as that bus was not numbered, it was most definitely being delivered. The IC bus plant is in OK (Tulsa, I believe) so they were probably getting a head start delivering it.
hey it might be a bus getting delivered, how else is a vehicle that massive gonna get to the district in time.l? When the bus arrives the car is unhooked and the driver goes home and takes the towing gear with him in the car.
Joe Corley
That's a driver delivering a new bus to the customer. They deliver all across the country. It's not a bad way to make a living. 
Ronda Clark
There are some districts the send drivers out of town to pick up new bus. They drive their cars and they tow them back. There are even companies that will deliver the buses by sending some to drive the bus in and towing their car behind the bus so that they will have a way to return home. Everything is not always as it seems.
Skizit Gesture
Could be.I was watching the 20 or so cars a day towed to a location where this bus pulled onto the freeway. They were loading them on trucks and I happened to see this, just looked odd. The police were attending the towing and loading. They steal school buses too. I saw one from Quebec sitting at a drug dealers' house for about 30 days. Then it disappeared. 
Skizit Gesture
by whom? What plant?
they think we dont no,
Skizit Gesture
That's the question. Does the ISD know where their school buses are? They would be insured so if employees helped one disappear, no probs.
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