Technical Aids Tips und Tricks XXXI


In general I don’t give way to panic and usually am not even afraid when I am carried up or down a stairway, provided that the volunteers don’t have 1,5 per mill blood alcohol level and are able to stand on their own.
The only thing which makes me uneasy is to get in and out of the car in the dark – we wheelchair users are not always home after dark although this is the general opinion.
In this process the car door has to be completely opened for the whole time, and I don’t want to end up as figurehead of another car driver.
To be seen better in the dark by other car drivers and provide a nice view to passers-by I have decorated my

driver’s door type Christmas tree

a little bit:

  • Red plastic reflectors from car accessories attached to the driver’s door from the outside which are also visible from the front.
  • Red adhesive reflectors, stuck to the inside of the door.
  • A small battery-operated white LED lamp is stuck to the door with double-faced adhesive Velcro tape!
  • The absolute highlight is a blinking neon yellow-green battery-operated fluorescent bar.
    I have introduced this part already in my blogpost from 09.03.2011(see older blogpost).

Safety instruction: The fluorescent bar causes nausea and insanity in the long run.
As you can gather from my words I am already beyond saving for years!

Translator BL

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3 Responses to “Technical Aids Tips und Tricks XXXI”

  1. Gisela says:

    Du “verrĂĽckter Hahn” – demnächst mehr!

  2. Rollinator says:

    Hallo Gisela,

    was ist daran verrĂĽckt?

    Wer verliert schon freiwillig seinen Kopf, wenn ein ein Autofahrer im Dunkeln nicht sieht.

    Ich hänge noch an meinem Leben, auch wenn mein Kopf nur nicht herunterfällt,

    weil an der Wirbelsäule ein paar Titanteile verbaut sind ;-)

  3. Glowstick says:

    Als Antenne für das Auto könnte man gleich noch einen riesigen Leuchtstab/Glowstick verwenden ;)
    Monster Knicklichter

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