Yes, yes there is a way. Are you ready? If your bus is on less than 4 wheels while driving, then it's too windy.. ;-) On Sat, 2007-12-22 at 20:00 -0600, julie.hey.ho.lets.go@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > Jeepers! It was super windy in Austin today! Too windy for me on the > highways so I thought I'd stick to the access roads but even when > parked it felt like Donner (my '71) was going to fly away and I didn't > even feed him any magic carrots. Is there a formula to figure out > when it is unsafe to drive a bus because of wind - like the mph of > the maximum wind gusts times the mph in which the bus is moving over > the weight of the load in the bus divided by the whatever squared? Is > it safer to have the windows open sort of like turning away from a > punch or will open windows invite the Bernoulli effect? In this > situation they don't mention wind but I want to know how easy is it to > end up like this > http://picasaweb.google.com/julie.hey.ho.lets.go/UpsideDownBus or at > least laying a bus on its side due to wind? Or am I just a worry > wart?