Question #148414. Asked by unclerick.
Last updated Apr 25 2021.
Originally posted Apr 22 2021 2:55 PM.
Results of the analysis identified a clear statistically significant relationship between vehicle colour and crash risk. Compared to white vehicles, a number of colors were associated with higher crash risk. These colours are generally those lower on the visibility index and include black, blue, grey, green, red and silver. No colour was statistically significantly safer than white, although a number of other colours could not be distinguished from white statistically in terms of relative crash risk.