ID

3006-1454 (BSE-333NP)

Authors as Published

Robert “Bobby” Grisso, Extension Engineer, Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech; and S. Dee Jepsen, Associate Professor, Agricultural Safety and Health, The Ohio State University


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Horse-drawn buggies or wagons and other animal-drawn carriages have been used by the Plain Communities as the primary means of transportation for generations. Equestrian sports and tourism business enterprises have also increased the number of horse-drawn carriages on streets and highways. Universal buggy lighting and marking recommendations can be used effectively to reduce buggy/motor vehicle crashes and buggy users must be encouraged to use these recommendations to avoid or reduce the number of accidents.


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Publication Date

May 13, 2020