Night-Time Visibility Reconstructions
Night-time visibility reconstructions often involve a pedestrian or cyclist that was struck by a vehicle. In this case, it is important to observe the site under similar night-time conditions. Often, a pedestrian blends in with the background due to poor contrast between the pedestrian and background. Other times, the pedestrian may stand out more clearly than expected depending on his/her clothing compared to the background.
Other night time visibility issues involve vehicles parked on the side of the road, farm machinery and warning signs. Depending on the particular circumstances, a night-time reconstruction of the site may be warranted.