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November 2010
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chris/CO149 [userpic]
bus report

coach 964

ATL: No Work

Wet.

Comments

How do the trolleys handle in the rain?

Oh, they drive OK. The brakes are a little grabby when their wet, but that's temporary until the water boils off. It's just that the "defroster" makes the inside of the windshield fog up. This may be a feature, expecially if you don't need to see where you're going. Usually I leave that off and just run these two lame little fans on the dashboard.

The whole defogging process is very noisy, so I can't hear the poles crossing the special work. (This is why all good trolley drivers leave the window open, even in -75 degree weather.) So, I drive a little slower.

The picture in the heading of this post shows you what I looked like from outside the bus today.