How to make a school transportation bus, and it’s not the same as the Toyota Land Cruiser that you buy online

This is one of those things that I’ve noticed a lot more and more people don’t understand when it comes to school transportation buses.

School transportation buses are designed to be self-contained and, in theory, designed to run on diesel and not gas.

But they are actually designed to use fuel and the fuel has to come from a source that’s not a fossil fuel.

So, you can imagine how the fuel-saving thing becomes an issue when a vehicle is designed to transport students to school.

The Toyota Land Cruisers are one of the most popular and well-known school transportation vehicles in the world.

And they’re designed to deliver students to and from school, on a schedule, in a certain order.

They’re the backbone of our school bus network and they’re the only one that can do it.

You can buy one of these schools transportation buses and, well, you’re supposed to park it at a designated location and go somewhere.

There’s a big difference between that and actually using the bus to get kids from one school to another, like, say, your kid’s soccer team or your kid was going to be on the football team.

That’s where the problem arises.

How can you use a school bus to transport kids?

Because the fuel used to transport a school transport bus is diesel and, as such, the fuel needs to be sourced from a clean source that doesn’t have any fossil fuels.

As such, it’s difficult to buy and install a school buses fuel supply.

Because it’s a hybrid vehicle, the diesel used to power the school transportation vehicle is actually a mix of hydrocarbon and natural gas.

 The fuel supply is an issue because it has to be stored and transported in a special way.

This isn’t the first time I’ve written about the problem with school transportation and diesel vehicles, but it’s one of my more recent posts.

I’ve written a lot about how the problem is that schools are paying for diesel vehicles to transport their students to classes, which is expensive and has a negative impact on the quality of education for students.

However, school transportation is also a big part of the Australian economy.

It’s the third biggest source of revenue for schools and the third most expensive source of transport for the economy, after road and rail.

What’s more, diesel vehicles can only be operated on certain routes because of the way the fuel is manufactured and packaged.

When a diesel vehicle is manufactured, it is not tested on a regular basis to ensure that it’s safe to use in the real world.

 When schools are driving around in their school vehicles, it can create problems in terms of safety.

Even if the vehicle was tested regularly and was certified to drive safely on a road and a track, the vehicle can still produce pollution because of how it is assembled.

Diesel vehicles are also heavier than other fuel types.

According to a report from the National Centre for Sustainable Energy, the average school bus weighs around 7,000 kilograms (19,500 pounds).

A diesel vehicle weighs around 1,600 kilograms (3,400 pounds).

 This is because diesel is more efficient at burning fossil fuels than other types of fuels. 

The diesel vehicles are actually more fuel efficient than a conventional diesel vehicle because diesel vehicles burn less fuel when compared to gasoline, and so are more fuel-efficient when compared with a gasoline-powered vehicle.

In other words, diesel engines can burn more fuel, but are also more efficient. 

The EPA estimates that diesel vehicles use about 10 percent less fuel than conventional vehicles.

Why does diesel have such a big impact on Australian schools?

Well, it comes down to the fact that diesel engines are not designed to drive on road and track. 

Diesel engines are designed for transport on the road and, because of this, they are more efficient than gasoline-based engines.

For example, if a diesel engine is designed for highway travel, it will only be able to get you about one kilometre (about 2.4 miles) from the starting point.

With a gasoline engine, the distance increases to about 6.6 kilometers (4.4.


In the case of school transport, if diesel engines aren’t used at all, the school is forced to rely on a diesel bus.

If you look at how schools are operating in Australia, it seems like the diesel buses are used more than any other types, but that’s because schools are using them more than other school transport vehicles. 

In 2014, the Australian Government spent about $4 billion on diesel buses. 

 Dangerous fuel sources in Australian schools, in Australia at least, are the diesel fuel source, which the EPA estimates to be around 10 percent of the total Australian diesel fuel supply and that’s just from school transportation. Another