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The 100th fully-electric Blue Bird school bus was delivered to Alisal Union School District in Salinas, California. The #allelectricbus was received from A-Z Bus Sales on March 27, which will replace an aging diesel-powered unit in their fleet. This bus produces #zeroemissions, helping reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions that affect students and communities. ๐Ÿšโšก๐Ÿ”Œ๐Ÿƒ #bluebirdbus #azbussales #schoolbuses ๐Ÿ”— Read more: http://ow.ly/iMFV50zebCf

March 11, 2020 — Congratulations to Mt. Diablo USD! ๐Ÿš They received 4 Micro Bird Electric Type A school buses delivered by A-Z Bus Sales. The new buses not only support cleaner technology for children and the community but reduce overall maintenance and fuel costs for the school district. #microbird #zeroemissions

News Coverage: https://www.sfgate.com/news/bayarea/article/School-District-Welcomes-Fleet-Of-Electric-Buses-15125773.php

October 15, 2019, Pittsburg, CA — Congratulations Pittsburg Unified School District for leading the way for school districts in energy-efficient transportation solutions in California! Thank you for choosing A-Z Bus Sales and Blue Bird Corporation to partner with to improve air quality for your students and the community. #zeroemission#ZeroEmission Read the full article: https://eastcountytoday.net/pittsburg-school-district-rolls-out-new-electric-transit-style-school-bus/

Prevent Heat Stress This Summer for Bus Drivers and Mechanics

Tips on preventing heat related injuries for bus drivers and bus mechanics.
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With record-breaking heat, scorching California this summer, A-Z Bus Sales is concerned about the safety and health of school bus and commercial bus drivers. Heat related illness contributes to loss of work, costing employers millions of dollars in lost wages. Additionally, if untreated, heat stress can lead to more serious heat related injuries and even death, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Employees working outdoors, such as bus drivers, bus mechanics, and all other professions requiring outdoor activities are candidates for potential heat related illness. The good news is that heat related illness is 100% survivable, if treated early and quick.

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