Uno bus has hired in some old (N-reg) double deck buses which are of a very old design. A high step to board (no kneeling) and steps inside. No area for buggies/wheelchairs, although they couldn't get on anyway. I asked the driver yesterday if they were allowed to be used (be he thought I was a ****!), and the driver said 'only on this route'. This got me wondering.. how does it have some sort of exemption for a certain route. In this case, they operate the 600/650 shuttles from the train station to the business park, but they're still ordinary buses that anyone can board. And even though the business park is private property, surely that doesn't exempt them from providing a service that's accessible? I have to assume Uno has the law on its side, but I do think it's still somewhat poor to be using them anyway. If they hired them in, why not hire in buses that are fully compliant? They do at least have displays at the front and side, but there's no screen at the back as there's not even a place for one to be given the old design!