burgatest400 wrote:to be used on school runs that link sa won over smaller businesses that are now going broke becuase of this company!
retiredbendy wrote:I thought 'SouthLink, Mt Barker' only stored ''Mitsubishi Rosa #34' and 'Volvo B10M #3306?
I only asked this question because in the 'First lot of pictures', you can see a few Scania L94UB Volgren 'CR224L's behind (next to) the 'Link SA' buses and you can also see, by the looks of it, ex Volvo B10M #3260 parked on the left hand side.
Spannerhead wrote:Does anybody have any leads on the sale of the retired fleet of old yellow buses?
TT wrote:I trust all the interstate viewers to this post have noticed the 25 km/h speed sign on the back of the buses, unlike 40 in every other state. Having driven country school buses with stops on open highway I still think 110 down to 25 is a big ask.
And seeing bus 403 there with the roo bar partially hiding the "school bus" signwriting reminds me of a private contractor many years ago who had to get his signwriting redone (or the roo bar removed) for that very reason, as SA regs require the words Caution and School Bus to be there and visible, and in black writing at least 100 mm high from memory. Nitpicking I know, and I guess now that we have the orange wig wag lights the visibility of the wording not so much of an issue.
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