OHIO (WOWK) — Back to school is upon us, which means school buses will be back on the road and drivers should expect new traffic patterns because of them.

The Jackson County, Ohio Sheriff’s Office posted a guide on when to stop for a school bus in Ohio.

The image says if the road has less than four lanes, traffic should stop 10 feet from the front and the rear of the bus. The image shows that is true for two-lane highways, two-lane highways with a center turn lane and three-lane highways.

The graphic says that if the road has four or more lanes, only traffic going in the same direction has to stop. It says this is true for both four-lane highways and a four-lane highway with a center turn lane.