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The wheels on Daimlers new bus go round and round thanks to electricity

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Fleets of school buses shuttle American students to class five days a week, nine months a year, pumping out diesel fumes as they roll along — but now, thanks to one of the biggest automakers in the world, more of those big yellow rigs are going green. 

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German auto conglomerate Daimler unveiled its first all-electric school bus, which will be made by its North American Thomas Built Buses subsidiary. The Saf-T-Liner C2, also dubbed "Jouley" after the unit of energy, is slated to hit the roads across U.S. school districts in 2019. Read more...

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