250 busses @ 36,000 lbs each. This is for the large busses.
Synchronous buses are clocked, and things happen only at the clock Ticks while in asynchronous buses a certain protocol must be used to enforce timing.
That depends on the type of bus in question. As buses vary all over the world - with double-decker or single, long or short, the only "international standard" I can think of is the well-known London Routemaster bus, the ones with the open platform at the back. They weigh 7.6 tonnes that equates to 8.377566 US tons (short ton) or 7.4799696 UK tons (long ton) Therefore 40,000 tones would require either 5,348 or 4,775 buses.
Buses, trucks, planes, ships, some boulders, whales, large trees
The make and model of the radiator is needed as New Flyer uses several different radiators in their buses.
If we were to measure this in 9 tonne buses it would equate to 400,000 buses.
A school bus varies on weight depending on how big it is and how many passengers are in it. Normal school buses go from 10,000 pounds to a whopping 36,000 pounds.
No they don't because school buses are not living creatures.
School buses are known to be the safest veichels on the road.
really school buses are orange and yellow
There is no set colour for school buses in Europe. Europe has about 50 countries and they have lots of school buses of all sorts of colours.
Wiring schematics for international school buses can be found through the original manufacture of the school buses. These schematics can be used by auto mechanics when the buses need to be repaired.
Newer school buses do have seatbelts. However, it is expensive for school systems to buy all new buses every year, and most counties and districts only replace a certain number of buses each year. This means that, though newer school buses do have seatbelts, not all school buses currently in use are equipped with seatbelts.
School buses looked the same as they do now.
They did in 1939, so they must of had school buses in 1941. :)
The school keeps their buses in a bus barn.
Yes there can be school buses in New York City.