If anyone is able to answer I would be interested to find out, are there any rules regarding the drivers playing music(eg through the radio or on a CD) on public bus and coach services? Over the last couple of weeks I've been on a few journeys on bus services that have been worked by a coach and the driver has had the coach radio playing for the duration of the journey. Are drivers within their right to choose to play the on board coach radio or would passengers be within their right to say something if they felt it was too loud or if they wanted it turned off. My understanding is that National Express drivers are not permitted to use the coach radio. However in the past I have been on journeys where it has happened. Seemed to be a case of the driver had it on at a low volume so that they could be kept updated on the traffic. Does anyone know if National Express drivers are actually permitted to use the radio for this purpose?