Assessment of Visual Limitations of Commercial Drivers in Metropolitan Cities in India (Interim Report)
Central Road Research Institute
Sponsor/Institution: Vision Impact Institute
  • 45% of drivers tested had unacceptable Near Visual Acuity
  • 6% of drivers tested had Marginal or Unacceptable Near Visual Acuity were involved in accidents, compared to 3% of the drivers with Acceptable Visual Acuity
  • 31% of drivers tested had unacceptable Far Visual Acuity
  • 8% of drivers tested had Marginal or Unacceptable Far Visual Acuity were involved in accidents, compared to 3% of the drivers with Acceptable
    Visual Acuity
  • 29% of drivers tested had unacceptable depth perception, resulting in significantly more accidents when compared to drivers with acceptable depth perception

To view the entire interim report, please click the link below:

CRRI_Assessment of Visual Limitations of Commercial Drivers in Metropolitan Cities in India

 

Study conducted in 2017.

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