Effects – Wake effect, Moth effect etc
Seeing the Light – the science of choosing proper emergency lighting for patrol cars*
Molnar, J. – Law Officer Magazine – March 2008
Moth effect – p22
Conspicuity and retroreflective materials
Federal Highways Adminsitration Lecture
The Wake Effect – Emergency vehicle related collisions
Jeff J. Clawson, MD; Robert L. Martin; Geoff A. Cady, REMT-P; Ronald F. Maio, DO
Prehospital and Disaster Medicine; Vol. 12, No. 4; October-December 1997
Is the Moth Effect real?
Evaluating warning sound urgency with reaction times
Suied, C. Susini, P. McAdams, S.
Are vehicle accidents caused by emergency sirens?
Dale, A – Article
An Analysis of Ambulance Accidents in Tennessee
Svallvagskrascher “The Wake Effect”
Article in Swedish
Emergency ambulances on the public highway linked with inconvenience and potential danger to road users
Saunders, G and Gough, A.
The Design Development of a Mobile Alert Device
for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Ravid, U and Cairns, P.
Wake Effect pp 6-7
Fatal attraction: ‘The moth effect endangers motorists, police’
Harris, K. – Pocono Record 15 July 2012