RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES
AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 21, DELAWARE CODE OF 1953, RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES AND DISTINCTIVE COLOR AND SIGNS THEREON.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:
Section 1. § 4361, Title 21, Delaware Code of 1953 is amended to read as follows:
§ 4361. Distinctive color and signs
Every bus used for the transportation of school children shall be painted chrome yellow, and shall bear upon the front thereof a plainly visible sign mounted or painted directly above the windshield containing the words "SCHOOL BUS" in black letters not less than six inches in height, and a plainly visible sign on the rear thereof mounted or painted in the center of the body panel containing the words "SCHOOL BUS-STOPSTATE LAW" in black letters not less than six inches in height. When a school bus is being operated upon a highway for purposes other than the transportation of children either to or from school, all markings thereon indicating "School Bus" shall be removed or concealed.
Approved July 15, 1953.