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What Are the Best Visibility Strategies for Wheelchair Users? Webber, Jaquelyn; Wuschke, Jennifer 2018-07-19

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Jaquelyn Webber, MOT Student1 ; Jennifer Wuschke, MOT Student1 ; W. Ben Mortenson, PhD, OT 1-3 ; Bonita Sawatzky, PhD 2-4 1. Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy, University of British Columbia 2. International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD) 3. Rehabilitation Research Program, VCH Institute 4. Department of Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia Contact ben.mortenson@ubc.caLED LightsReƪective VestOrange FlagBlack Clothing020406080100LED LightsReƪective VestOrange FlagBlack Clothing020406080  What Are the Best Visibility Strategies for Wheelchair Users?DAYTIMEGiven the average stopping distance of a car travelling at 64km/h is 33–38m, all four visibility strategies appeared effective at that speed Stopping Distance (m)NIGHTTIMEGiven the average stopping distance of a car travelling at 64km/h is 33–38m, only the LED lights are effective at that speedStopping Distance (m)Stopping distance at 64km/hStopping distance at 64km/hWe recruited 50 licensed car drivers to review driving videos demonstrating four different visibility strategies during the night and day in clear conditions on a straight road. When considering the effectiveness of LED lights, reflective vests, orange flags and black clothing:

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