Fatal Vision Red Label – Goggles simulating impairment at a BAC level of 0.12 to 0.15
These Fatal Vision Red Label – Goggles simulating impairment at a BAC level of 0.12 to 0.15 will show you what a moderate to high level impairment looks like.
- These Fatal Vision Red Label goggles simulate an impairment while driving in a day light at a BAC between 0.12 and 15.
- DAYTIME VISION, simulating a DAYTIME activity as the lenses are transparent.
- These Fatal Vison Red Label simulating goggles are perfectly suited to awareness-raising exercises for everyone: adults, the youngest with their probationary license and road professionals (representatives, truckers, etc.).
These goggles called Red Label simulates a moderate to high level of impairment, an estimated BAC of 0.12 to 0.15. At this stage, impairment, is more apparent and easily recognized. Just having the goggles on and the participant will see by himself that the way he sees things or do activities are a lot different than when he is sober.
The person who will try the Red Label goggles will see real changes of a moderate to high impairment. The way to understand what’s going on while driving impaired consists to set up an activity course of multiple tasks and time the participant completing those tasks. Most tasks are short and routine in nature and the impairment may not be immediately obvious while performing just one task. When multiple tasks are required, the participant will likely slow down and may make a lot of mistakes.
You can try activities such as tossing a ball, walking a line, standing on one leg, reaching out to grab a set of keys. You will see that those activities will be much more difficult under the influence of alcohol. The Fatal Vision Red Label Goggles simulating impairment at a BAC level of 0.12 to 0.15 give participants a safe way to learn the important lesson that alcohol greatly impairs a person’s balance, vision, reaction time and judgment.