I analyzed the visibility of the paint at night and during the day. For the analysis of the paint at night, I used the high beams of the lights of a car. I chose four drivers to help me out in the visibility test. The date that I started the analysis was 6 June 2011. The paints that did not achieve the minimum level of visibility for the first three months included Roadmark 8 paint from the company called Wishart Incorporated, which is found in New York, and 81-234, which is paint from Provincial Paint Company. On 27 August 2011, I did another visibility test on the same paints and the paint that did not pass the analysis was CL, which was the paint used by the Highway Department for a long time. Another paint that did not attain the minimum level required was 707, under the company name Novell Paint Ltd.
Therefore, the paints that passed the visibility test for both the yellow and white colors were TL under the company name Centrex Inc. This was the new paint improved from the CL used by the Highway Department. Another paint that passes both the three months and six months test was MICA, under the company name Multiple Industries Corporation and HILITE under the company name Hi-Liner Products.