Georgia Now Enforcing Close Following Laws

Host Drivers, The Georgia DOT is now enforcing close following laws within fleets, as well as in general, under the commercial vehicle aggressive driver laws.  We had a friend contact us today that had 3 different drivers receive tickets for following too closely in 3 different groups across the state-including I-20 in the Bremen area.…

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Tail Swing and Nose Swing-Is It Real?

  Host Drivers, We have put together a video showing how much the H3’s nose swing and tail swing when making tight turns.  Check it out!  Your bus swings out 37″ in a hard turn.  When backing, it swings the nose out nearly 20′ as you are rolling backwards, and it backs up over 20′…

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Parking on the Lines

Lines, Lines, Everywhere There’s Lines… Host Drivers!  Something you may have noticed between when you left last week and when you returned are lines in the parking spaces again!  We realize it has been a while since we have had lines in our parking spots that went the full length of the bus, were straight, etc……

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Safe Following Distance

Host Drivers, It is wonderful to be seeing you all at various times as things are slowly but surely starting to move again!  As we have been off for several months, we just wanted to share a few reminders with you as some of you are starting to roll again! The following is a great…

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Nose Swing Awareness

Host Drivers, Just a reminder to be aware of your nose swing as you are backing your buses.  I watched a bus be backed off the wash pad recently, and I saw the tracks it left and I wanted to share it with you.  The amount of nose swing the buses make when reversing is…

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Precautions

Host Drivers, Several of you have reached out to us inquiring about steps we may be taking in regards to the Coronavirus, especially with the announcement of the new cases in Georgia. We are watching the news closely, as we know many of  you are as well.  At this point, it seems that the primary…

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No Idling In NYC-Public Being Paid to Report Charter Buses and Other Commercial Vehicles

New York City is now paying 25% of imposed fines on commercial vehicles to people that record and report them idling for 3 minutes or more, or 1 minute in a school zone (private or public).  This includes time spent dropping off or picking up your group. Fines range from $350 to $2000.  That means…

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Schedule Your Annual Assessment

Host Drivers, A schedule of dates throughout March has been created for your annual assessments.  Please contact Maddie to schedule your appointment. Appointments are available for the following dates in March at 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM.  First come, first serve.  If your last assessment was within the last 6 months, we will schedule you…

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Please DO NOT Reset WiFi Routers in the Buses

Host Drivers, There is an old saying that goes like this, “The road to bad guest service is filled with good intentions”. As a host driver, those of you at the top of your game understand the importance of taking initiative and dealing with problems that may arise on your trips to help your guests.…

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