Bus Driving


Okay I have my B license which means I can drive school buses or .... see below

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Closing down the Facebook Group - Sharp Bus Drivers as it served not useful purpose and it may be confused with the actual Sharp Bus Niagara Facebook page! 

So here is the alternate:
Have any bus driving tips?
Have any scary driving stories?:

Oh ya? You have?

How about these roads?

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Class
May Drive
AAllowed to drive any tractor-trailer combination
May also drive in class D and G
BAllowed to drive any school purposes bus May also drive in class C, D, E, F and G
CAllowed to drive any regular bus
May also drive vehicles in class D, F and G.
DA motor vehicle exceeding 11,000 kilograms gross weight or registered gross weight or any truck or combination provided the towed vehicle is not over 4,600 kilograms
May also drive in class G

EAllowed to drive any school purposes bus - maximum of 24-passenger capacity
May also drive in class F and G
FAllowed to drive any regular bus - maximum of 24-passenger capacity - and ambulances
May also drive in class G
GAllowed to drive any car, van or small truck or combination of vehicle and towed vehicle up to 11,000 kilograms provided the vehicle towed is not over 4,600 kilograms. A pickup truck towing a house trailer exceeds 4,600 kilograms, but the total combined weight of the truck and trailer does not exceed 11,000 kilograms is deemed a Class G vehicle. A Class G vehicle has a maximum capacity of 11 passengers.
G1Level One of graduated licensing. Holders may drive Class G vehicles with an accompanying fully licensed driver with at least four years driving experience. Subject to certain conditions
G2Level Two of graduated licensing. Holders may drive Class G vehicles without accompanying driver but are subject to certain conditions.
MAllowed to drive any motorcycles, including motor tricycles, limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). Holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a Class G1 licence holder.
M1Level One of graduated licensing for motorcycles, including motor tricycles, limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). Holders may drive a motorcycle under certain conditions.
M2Level Two of graduated licensing for motorcycles, including motor tricycles, limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). Holders may drive a motorcycle but only with a zero blood alcohol level. Holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a Class G1 licence holder.
There are lower levels of moped or motorcycle use which are omitted here.
For all Ontario licenses see here.