Seat Belts in School Buses - Good Idea or bad
This video examines questions surrounding the use of seat belts in school buses including such questions such as utilization by students, enforcement by driver, safety of belts, and protections built into all school buses by Federal law. The video also examins the danger zone outside the bus where over 75% of student fatalities occur.
VHS and DVD
Transport Canada School Bus Crash Tests
This video contains a detailed overview of the school bus crash tests conducted by Transport Canada to determine the effectivness and implications of seat belts on Type A, B, and C school buses. The film outlines the results of the tests and explains why seat belts defeat many of the safety features build into school buses under American and Canadian law. Transport Canada is the Canadian Ministry of Transportation and sister agency to the United States Department of Transportation (USDot).
VHS and DVD
The New children in Traffic
Updated and revised version of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety's classic video, Children in Traffic - Why they are different. Thefilm clearly shows how children see the road differently from adults,how children’s development affects their perceptions of traffic,and what behaviors should adults watch for when driving near children. This video presents real-life footage showing how children’sperceptions of traffic differ from those of adults. It provides insighton why children behave unexpectedly and is a must-see for all driversand parents.
AAA - 1999 - 13:10 minutes, Adults and teen drivers