One of the major challenges faced by school bus management was ensuring the safety of students during transportation. As school bus drivers often have to deal with heavy traffic, narrow roads, and unpredictable weather conditions, which increased the risk of accidents.
Unsafe driving behaviors such as speeding, sudden braking, and aggressive driving further exacerbated these risks and endanger the lives of students.
Poor driving behavior such as sudden jerks, jolts, and erratic movements caused discomfort and stress to students, leading to a negative impact on their academic performance and overall well-being.
School bus management systems faced challenges in holding drivers accountable for their driving behavior, especially when they are driving on remote routes or during unsupervised hours.