Recently, Daniel Vomhof III, owner of 4N6XPRT, wrote an article in Collision Magazine on how calculating Force-Balance can determine what the closing speeds of an accident is. The article goes through trying to determine the closing speed of a hypothetical accident between an Eastbound traveling 2003 Kia and a 2007 Toyota Yaris trying to… Read more »
Reports have come out this week about the New York City Police department adding more investigation officials to its Highway Division Accident Investigation Squad. This comes as the NYCPD AIS is now required to investigate more accidents than those involving a fatality or one who is likely to die. It used to be that… Read more »
The most comprehensive, up-to-date AutoStats vehicle database is now ready for purchase. 4N6XPRT, the developers of the most complete vehicle dimension database programs on the web, including Expert TireStuf, VIN DeCoder, StifCalcs, and the popular AutoStats, has released its 2013 version of Expert AutoStats to the public and has already begun shipping the programs… Read more »
Decoding the 17 character Vin Code is kind of like revealing a car’s DNA. It’s unique, tells other specifics about the car and can reveal where it was built. This information is critical whenever a vehicle is in an accident and is involved in a vehicle accident reconstruction, or has malfunctions. Each character means… Read more »
Expert Auto Stats4N6Xpert’s Auto Stats program is one of the, if not the most comprehensive vehicle statistic program on the market today. This program gives endless information and calculations on over 40,000 vehicles on the road today. This program is a necessity for those in the vehicular accident reconstruction field, including expert witnesses who… Read more »
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