Vehicle Information

2021 FORD F-150

Front Blindzone
Front Blindzone
Panoramic Photo
Front Blindzone
Overhead View of Blindzones
Panoramic Photo
Passenger Side Blindzone

Figure Notes:

A vulnerable road user is considered invisible if a driver cannot see their head. The calculations use the heights to the shoulders of 5th percentile United States female vulnerable road users. By VRU, the heights to shoulders are: preschool child 28 inches, elementary school child 37 inches, elementary school child on bicycle 35 inches, wheelchair user 39 inches, adult on bicycle 47 inches, adult 49 inches.



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