1.American school bus
2.Die-cast metal miniature model
3.Familiar kids-safe look
Diecast Scale Model Car
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A school bus is a bus owned, leased, or operated by a school or school district and is often used to transfer students to and from school or school-related activities, but does not include charter buses or cross-boundary buses. Busses of various configurations are used around the world; the most representative examples are the yellow school bus seen in the United States and Canada.
In North America, school buses are distinguished from other types of buses based on design features set by federal and state regulations. In addition to using a vehicle-specific paint color (school bus yellow), the school bus is equipped with external warning lights (giving them priority traffic) and a variety of safety equipment. Outside North America, transportation built specifically for student traffic is uncommon. Depending on the location, students take buses (only on school routes), coaches or other types of buses to school.
In the United States and Canada, about 10 billion school buses shuttle students to and from schools and families each year. Nearly 484,000 school bus deliveries to and from school and school-related activities for 26.9 million children per school day in 2015; more than half of all U.S. k-12 students are delivered by school buses.