The Deputy PM unveiled his very yellow campaign vehicle in the marginal seat of Oxford West and Abingdon, which is apparently home to many roads not made for giant political buses.
Clegg is expected to use the bus to traverse the country encouraging people to vote for his party and visiting activists across the nation. If he can get it out of Oxfordshire.
The 14-metre luxury coach, which is bright yellow on the inside, weighs 25 tonnes and doesn't like tight bends. Maybe it should stick to more centre-left.
Speaking to The Telegraph, a party spokesperson claimed the vehicle had simply stopped to accommodate a media request and wasn't stuck.
She said: "During today's visit to Oxford West and Abingdon the Lib Dem battle bus was stopped by the side of the road in front of a 70 strong crowd of activists and traffic continued flowing normally. Other than that the bus was not stopped at any point."
At least they weren't alone - the Labour Party had a bit of bus trouble too.
Not a good day for those left-of-centre, it seems.