|其他題名:||Discussion on the environment and safety of electric mobility scooter and other assistive devices|
Test of Independent
With the advancement of medical technology, the population structure of Taiwan has gradually become aging, the number of elderlies has increased year by year, and officially entered an aging society in 1993. The use of assistive devices (electric mobility scooter, electric wheelchairs, wheelchairs) by the elderly has also increased on the road. The government has made relevant responses and controls to this phenomenon, such as raising the appropriate age for car licenses and so on. However, it is undeniable that human aging is irreversible. Nowadays, here is still space for improvement in public transportation. More and more elderly unable move freely or in remote areas do not choose to take public vehicles and other transportation equipment when they go out. Instead, they choose to take private transportation equipment, and electric mobility scooter have also become one of the options. According to the law, electric mobility scooter is also classified as pedestrians, and not allowed to drive on the road. However, the sidewalk environment is incomplete, users are often forced to drive on the road. The road design that does not take electric mobility scooter into consideration is a safety threat to both electric mobility scooter users and road users. The safety of electric mobility scooter on the road is still a controversial issue. At the same time, many elderlies are not sufficiently aware of relevant laws and regulations on assistive devices, which often poses a danger to the elderly and passersby. This research collects part of the feedback from the public for future assistive devices policies. At the same time, it is also a statistical verification of the independence of each item for late-stage research reference. Therefore, this study is divided into two parts: family members of assistive device users and road users to explore the opinion of assistive device user and the rationality of relevant laws and regulations. Through questionnaire surveys to understand the popularity of electric mobility scooter and their views on electric mobility scooter, use statistical methods to analyze, and then use the Chi-square independence test and the T test to verify the correlation between the data. Based on the verification results, draw up short-term, mid-term and long-term plans, evaluate their feasibility, and make recommendations.
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