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.
For the chassis, you would have to contact the chassis manufacturer. For the body, you would have to contact the body builder. There isn't one universal wiring diagram for all school buses.
No they don't because school buses are not living creatures.
School buses are known to be the safest veichels on the road.
The collective noun is a fleet of school buses.
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.
School buses looked the same as they do now.
They did in 1939, so they must of had school buses in 1941. :)
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.
There are many types of buses. These include customized buses, full-sized buses, school buses, mini-buses, double decker buses, tour buses, and party buses.
The school keeps their buses in a bus barn.
School Buses are any where from 75 k to 100K