Software for Car Insurance Investigators

Insurance companies like to collect people’s money rather than give money out. If an insurance company is always rewarding people with large monetary settlements, they’re likely to go out of business.   When vehicles are involved in accidents the question always arises: “Who or what was responsible for the damage?” Then the question morphs into,… Read more »

5 Reasons to Order Expert AutoStats for Accident Investigations

  Modern technology has done it again! In addition to the newest version of Expert AutoStats, your organization can soon benefit from 3D laser scanning tools. These tools improve accuracy and can help professionals investigate the cause of the accident completely.   Currently, the software and the Leica Scanstation PS15 work together in synergy to… Read more »

How do most Car Accidents Occur?

Why do car accidents occur? Well, it’s typically a combination of four factors with the behavior of the driver generally being paramount.   If you’ve ever received one speeding ticket, you’re not alone. By the time you get two or three in a short time period, you’ll probably end up sitting in a classroom all… Read more »

What is a VIN Number?

Here at 4N6XPRT Systems, we provide VIN DeCoder services to assist law enforcement agencies, insurance departments, and risk analysts in gathering important information about a vehicle. Our involvement in a case often becomes a crucial turning point.   But what makes the VIN number of a vehicle so important? Many people don’t even know what… Read more »

What exactly are VIN codes?

  Your car’s VIN or Vehicle Identification Number, is unique to your car. It is a series of letters and numbers that act as your car’s fingerprint. VIN’s track changes in ownership, problems with the car, and help to stop theft. VINs can also help you find out about the history of a used car…. Read more »

How to Understand and Interpret VIN Codes

  The VIN code (vehicle identification number) on a vehicle is vitally important, and each part of the code means something. The numbers and letters of the VIN code tell the vehicle’s story and history. This code also tells where the car was made, who made it, and gives information about the engine. For those… Read more »

More Car Accident Myths [Part 2 of 2]

Here at 4N6XPRT Systems we want to give you as much information as possible to educate you on car accidents.  This is the reason for continuing our advice and breaking down the facts in this continuation. Children Don’t Get Hurt in Car Accidents Because They Are Young and Flexible – Children get injured in car… Read more »