Automated Wash System = Actually Clean School Busses

Case Study: Grand Ledge Public Schools

Maintaining a fleet of 40 buses presented multiple challenges for Grand Ledge Public Schools. The inconsistent scheduling of bus washes emerged as a primary issue, resulting in dirty buses on the road and prolonged exposure to contaminants. This prolonged exposure, particularly during the winter months when road salt is applied, significantly raised the risk of rust and corrosion.

Allocating time for manual washing of the 40 buses, with only 35 drivers responsible, proved challenging. This task often led to varying wash quality and missed cleaning opportunities, including neglecting the undercarriage.


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