Originally Posted by RCWorks
Beware of passangers... collect all cameras and cellphones when passangers board and give them back when they leave.
Pay no attention to the "victim" at the end of the story, she put in better than 3 minutes of BS and struck the driver first before the driver played Mortal Kombat on her face.
This is a quiet rural county and the passengers are great. Haven't had a negative encounter yet. Most of the passenger pick ups are flag stops, in the rain and dark. Very challenging and every day is different. I still can't believe how fast a workday goes by.
I drive everything in the inventory from the small Chevy cutouts, used only for paratransit (curb to curb service for those with disabilities and/or mobility devices) to our 40ft Gilligs, used mainly on the up and down Island commuter run between Oak Harbor on the north end of the island and the Clinton ferry dock on the south.
I really love my job.