N.J. to inspect Cinnaminson school buses

State officials will check school buses in Cinnaminson as part of a program that examines 24,000 student transportation vehicles twice a year.

State Motor Vehicle Commission chairman and chief administrator Raymond Martinez will be on hand Wednesday at the town’s bus yard.

An MVC mobile inspection team on Tuesday checked school buses in Fair Lawn.

The MVC says the biannual inspections result in approximately 48 percent of school vehicles being temporarily placed out-of service and 13 percent are issued 30-day rejection stickers.

Violations can range from serious brake and steering problems to minor issues.

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