A major school bus manufacturer has recalled more than 1,800 buses to repair a faulty part. The parent company of High Point, N.C.-based Thomas Built Buses initiated a safety recall campaign and alerted the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. The manufacturer says a bolt included in the clamp assembly may break when subjected to stress. The recall, according to NHTSA, involves three series of Thomas Built school buses manufactured from September 1st through December 31st of last year. The recall involves clamps on engines supplied for the buses by Cummins Inc. Thomas Built Buses is a unit of Daimler Trucks North America LLC, which is part of German Automaker Daimler AG.
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