FMCSA Develops Pre-Trip Safety Information for Bus, Motorcoach Passengers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has developed outreach materials to assist bus and motorcoach companies in providing pre-trip safety information to their passengers.

Bus and motorcoach companies are strongly encouraged to provide these
or similar materials about emergency and safety features of their vehicles to passengers before every trip. The pre-trip safety materials include:

  • An audio file containing passenger safety instructions;
  • A brochure on how to use the emergency window equipped with a pull handle;
  • A brochure on how to use the emergency window equipped with a lift handle;
  • A full color displayable poster with passenger safety information.

These materials can be downloaded at http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/about/outreach/bus/bus.htm.

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