Managing a travel agency may prove to be a hectic task, even in a video game like Bus Simulator 21, where you are the owner of a travel company providing regular bus services to the public. However, such a business is very profitable. Exploring the maps of Bus Simulator 21 can never become boring as there are many locations stretched across different backdrops.
Bus Simulator 21 was released on September 7, 2021, on Steam, Play Station 4, and Xbox One. It is a new game, so many players are spending quite some time learning new terms. Many players may be unfamiliar with how a vehicle simulation works and chose Bus Simulator 21 as their first vehicle simulation game. So, it is only natural that some terms of the game are new to players. One such term that players are new to in Bus Simulator 21 is “Out of hours”. If you are looking for an explanation for the same, we have explained what it means below. Keep reading to know.
What does “Out of hours” mean in Bus Simulator 21?
You will have to make sure that your buses follow a proper schedule/time table in Bus Simulator 21. You will be creating a time table for all your buses. Address peak hours well, and make sure your buses are not late. Among all this, you may come across a notification which addresses a route as “out of hours”. Here’s what it means.
A route will be classified as “Out of Hours” if you reach a bus stop more than 3 minutes too late or reach a bus stop more than 3 minutes too early.
“Out of Hours” means that the bus you assigned on that route is not following the set time-table. To run a time table, find out when that bus is supposed to start at a certain stop and start it there. Here’s an example for you to understand well. Say there are 3 stops in your route. The designated times according to your time table are A=13:00 B=13:05 C=13.10. So, if the current time is 13:03, you will have to reach the second stop by 13:05 or earlier. If you reach 3 minutes earlier, that will also be classified as “Out of hours”. So, make sure your buses are on time on each of your routes.
For more such information on Bus Simulator 21, stay tuned.