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Old 11-28-2021, 10:13 PM   #1
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Glare reduction panel

Sometimes when it comes to driving your schoolie, sometimes those trips has to have night driving involved. When the bus arrived at the school bus garage ready for work, they often came with no backstop for the dome lights and that made it hard for the bus driver to see when the dome lights were on. It was glare painted all over the windshield. Well now with the bus being retired from shuttling children to and from school, there is a way to fix that problem. At the top, you need to hang a board and have a bar to run close to the top. And then you can have that bar come with a track for if you want your glare stopper to be an accordion door, or have the bar be like a shower drape bar and have a heavily fabricated curtain to drag across to help cut down light glare. You may want to have that on both sides of the bus so that way, if your family members wants light so that they can have a chat while the bus is moving, they can have the lights on, and the curtain would be cutting windshield glare down to a minimum. Plus if your lights also has a bulb right up by the door or over the driver's area, you may want that on a seperate switch.

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