Hey there, passengers!

Commuter buses have some unique seats that we like to call “unprotected seats.”

These seats are unique because they lack any restraints in the front or on the sides. They can be found in two locations: the second row behind the driver and the middle seat at the back of the bus.

Now, here’s the deal: it’s very important to understand that if you choose to sit in these seats, wearing a seatbelt is mandatory (no choice!). Whenever the bus is in motion, please ensure that you fasten your seatbelt. This is not just for appearances; it’s essential for your safety to prevent unexpected falls, especially when the driver encounters challenges such as potholes or unexpected traffic.

Oh, and here’s an extra tip: wearing your seatbelt will help maintain your insurance coverage. So please buckle up, enjoy the ride and let’s prioritise your safety!