The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners has announced plans to add 100 new, propane‐fueled school buses to their fleet next year.
IMMI®, a global leader in the innovation, testing, and manufacturing of advanced safety systems, announced today that Charlie Vits, IMMI’s Market Development Manager, has been named to the National Child Passenger Safety Board.
IMMI’s RollTek®, the only side roll airbag protection system of its kind for the commercial truck market, is now available on the National Seating platform.
On Sunday, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind announced at the annual NAPT Conference that NHTSA is recommending lap‐shoulder belts on school buses.
NBC shows demonstrates the importance of seat belts on school buses with a bus crash and rollover test footage from IMMI.
This past March, Westfield-Washington Schools announced that six local school buses used for field trips and away games would be retrofitted with lap‐shoulder belts.
Good Morning America / ABC News was on the scene as IMMI performed a remote control semi-truck rollover to demonstrate how RollTek, can help save lives.
As part of their company‐wide IMMI Serves initiative, IMMI team members will gather Friday morning inside their studio building to construct the walls on a new home for an Indiana family in need.
Westfield Becomes First School District in Hamilton County to Protect Students with Seat Belts on School Buses
Westfield, Indiana, home of Grand Park, and recently voted nationally as one of the Top 50 “Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine, as well as one of the “10 Best Towns for Families” by Family Circle, is again leading the way in Hamilton County.
When ABC News wanted to investigate why there are no seat belts on school buses, they turned to IMMI for answers.