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28 February 2020 | 0

Sparklines: See Safety Fast

Bus drivers have hard jobs. They drive very large vehicles on all kinds of roads, over long periods of time, and under varied conditions. It’s one of those jobs that you can do well for years and no one will say anything, and the one day that an incident occurs can end in tragedy for […]

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21 June 2019 | 0

5-Second Updates = Realtime

How Often Does Your GPS Tracker Call Home? (Hint: Probably not as often as it should) Ladies and gentlemen, start your egg timers. This blog post should take you about 30 seconds to read, and the bus has just started moving. In the world of GPS tracking, it used to be enough (and a minor […]

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3 May 2019 | 0

School Buses: Choosing a GPS Tracking Solution

So it’s the end of the year, and you are starting to think about ways that GPS tracking could help your school or district in the coming school year. Perhaps you heard from a colleague about how GPS tracking helped them control their fleet better, communicate more effectively with parents, etc. Maybe you saw information […]

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21 January 2019 | 0

Parents’ top tips for when snow disrupts the schedule

Happy new year! Since it’s January, many cities have already experienced their first serious snow storm of the season, some of which arrived very unexpectedly. Even though you can’t plan when the snow comes, you can give some advance thought to what you will do when it does. Fast Company recently created this Snow Day […]

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19 November 2018 | 0

Should the school day start later for teens?

Should your teen’s school day start later? And could starting the school day later have a positive effect on the economy and your teen’s ability to learn? Former New Jersey governor and current Democratic Senator Richard Codey says yes to both, in an opinion piece for NJ.com, saying that teens especially need their rest to […]

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