Stagecoach London May 8, 2009 22:56:57 GMT
Post by greeny253 on May 8, 2009 22:56:57 GMT
I can only imagine they are air vents.
Regarding what people have said about rear bonnets and locks. Are locks allowed on the rear of buses as i thought they need to be accessed in an emergency in order to press the button to switch the engine off.
Also some buses in Bromley namely the SPDs, MPDs, Omnicity's have the emergency engine cut off switch on the nearside or offside corner of the bus towards rear. I think this is a stupid place to put it because if a bus parks at a bus stop you will get a youth who will lift the flap and press the button resulting in the engine being switched off.
A lot of ELBG's buses are being modified so that the emergency engine stop button is on the offside of the bus. Seems to be a standard thing to put the buttons somewhere other than under the bonnet - ours are under flaps