a. In any action brought for any injury or damages caused either directly or indirectly
by the use of liquefied petroleum gas as the sole fuel, or in addition to or in combination
with a conventional fuel, to operate a school bus, or the equipping or converting
of a school bus to operate using liquefied petroleum gas as the sole fuel or in addition
to or in combination with a conventional fuel, neither the owner or operator of the
school bus nor any governmental entity may be found negligent in connection therewith
if the school bus was equipped or converted, and operated, as required by section
3 of this act.
b. The immunity provided by subsection a. of this section: (1) shall be in addition
to any other immunity that may apply under the “New Jersey Tort Claims Act,” N.J.S.59:1-1 et seq., or any other law, rule, or regulation; and (2) shall not apply if it is established
that the act or omission causing the injury or damages constitutes gross negligence,
recklessness, actual fraud, actual malice, willful misconduct, or criminal conduct.
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