A bus is front wheel drive.
Yes but you have to remove both the front and rear drive shafts if the wheels are on the ground
Buses and lorries are so heavy that it's starting to become difficult and expensive to have the steering wheels also work as drive wheels, so they usually settle for only having the simpler rear axle as drive wheels.
most of them are...
A hubometer is something that is put on the rear wheel of a bus or semi. This can measure the distance traveled, and can be found at automobile shops.
I am currently learning how to drive a school bus. When I parallel park, I back up straight until my rear axle reaches the cone. I then turn my wheel hard to the side I need to back the bus in. I then look on the far side mirror of the side I am backing to so I can see the next cone appear. This tells me it is time to turn the wheel the opposite way to straighten the bus in the parking space, careful not to run over the cone on the front of the bus. Straighten the bus temporarily until you clear the cone if necessary, then continue your hard turn until the bus is parallel in the parking space and straighten the wheel. Be sure all your mirrors are inside the cones that you need to park inside of. Adjust in your pull up move if you have room.
wd40, from experience, sounds stupid but it works!
3|1 ^Front | 4|2 Rear. Firing order 1432 Front right, rear left, front left, rear right. Cylinders labeled on tin. distributor rotates clockwise.
Weight distribution, and compliance with the bridge law formula for weight limits.
The short wheel base helps the driver maneuver the bus on city streets.
orangutans do not know how to drive a bus
You were high.