How many people care about the fleet age of vehicles from transit agencies, or if a bus is 20 years old or 17 years old when in service?
- Trump 2020Lv 72 years ago
Only you Robbie. Why do you keep changing your name when anyone with a functioning brain is familiar with the same old questions you ask?
- Anonymous2 years ago
Insurance companies care. Credit Rating agencies care. Even some passengers care.Source(s): TROLL alert. It's the bus-train troll again. Don't take the bait folks. Ignore the question instead. Thank you.
- ScottLv 72 years ago
Nope, it only matters to you.
- ?Lv 72 years ago
For most commuters, its more about the look and feel of the vehicle than the actual age. A modern bus is always going to look more clean and tidy than an older bus. But, public transport is what it is, and I don't think anyone has chosen not to get where they need to go on a bus just because of the way it looked, or chosen to take a bus over a train or car because it looked nice and shiny. If you're going to take the bus, you take it in whatever form it comes.