Comments: 243 • Responses: 79 • Date: 2014-12-30 02:34:27 UTCsource
tink00252 karma2014-12-31 21:14:54 UTC
Thanks everyone for your questions! It's nice to feel appreciated. Happy New Year everyone and drive safe!
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JakeMakesSteaks1 karma2014-12-30 22:21:51 UTC
Why do buses always stop at the train tracks and open/close the doors? I always found that so strange. Is there a law that enforces that rule?
tink00252 karma2014-12-30 23:11:31 UTC
Yes! A federal law stating that we have to stop and check for a train. It's for safety reasons so that the bus doesn't get stuck on the track.
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