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A Calif. federal judge is allowing passengers from a 2005 bus accident to pursue claims based on lack of seat belts. Will this prompt you to install them?

Yes 0.0%
No 0.0%
Not sure 0.0%

What will be the result of the DOT’s motorcoach safety review?

Mandatory seat belts on coaches 50%
Increased company, driver oversight 50%
Improved window glazing 0%
Nothing 0%

Does your operation use driver partitions?

Yes 50%
No 50%

Which would be the most effective way to screen motorcoach passengers?

Wand checks 50%
Airport-style security screenings 16.7%
Onboard security guards 8.3%
Screening passengers is not necessary 25%

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