Question from 6 year old: “Why are there no seatbelts on a bus?”
Good question. I don’t know. 8 year old offers answer that because there are seatbelts on a coach but not on a bus, it must be that a bus goes slow enough that you don’t need them, because a coach can go on the motorway and so goes faster and you do need them.
Here is some information from childcarseats.org.uk:
“Buses used for public services generally do not have seat belts because their construction will not allow seat belts to be installed with adequate safety. And they are designed to carry standing passengers.” (That last sentence would match up with 8 year old’s answer…)
You can read more about how to stay safe on a bus without seatbelts here.