Originally Posted by s2mikon
That's the problem with transit buses. The driver is always the first one to the crash.
That's a concern but watching that driver during the impact I was quite impressed with how little he was tossed about considering it was a head on and I didn't see any glass flying though I could have missed it.
I suspect the majority of the impact went low and below the frame with the other vehicle going under the front of the bus.
Now, what percentage of head on impacts are there vs buses?
Then how many of them are vs vehicles larger than an SUV?
I feel a lot safer in my RE now.
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