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St. Louis Police Increase Party Bus Inspections

Posted on July 22, 2015

In all, they sidelined more than half the 32 buses they inspected in four nights of special patrols: 18 for issues with the drivers and three for mechanical and bus license violations.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 4 years ago

    Congratulations to st louis law enforcement...... wow !!!!! I cant believe they allow those vehicles to operate. I would suggest inspecting the seats and how they are held in place. If there is an accident, the fact that those are not factory installed might cause them to detach and hit paseengers. For you operators in st louis, please do a kick start and ask people to fund for a new party bus..... i can almost guarantee that you will get the funds to buy a new bus.

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