Sue's Bus In rural areas, school bus drivers may spend a couple of hours a day with the students at the end of their route. As a first-time parent, our commentator quickly learned that a good bus driver is a rare and wonderful find.
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In rural areas, school bus drivers may spend a couple of hours a day with the students at the end of their route. As a first-time parent, our commentator quickly learned that a good bus driver is a rare and wonderful find.

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Sue stands next to her school bus.

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