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  1. When Going Left is My Right

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    The lines on the roadway determine the right-of-way. Did you know a passing zone could limit your right-of-way?

    Passing a vehicle traveling in the same direction on a two-lane roadway should be done with great caution. Completing the pass without colliding with the vehicle being passed, other vehicles approaching from the opposing direction, and without losing control and leaving the roadway are vital. There are rules to passing that people forget; some are laws, others are just common sense. Let us take a look at the laws and what sometimes slips by people that can cause an unsafe pass. State laws may differ, so consider these for South Carolina roadways. (more…)

  2. The Pavement Tells the Story: Reading Evidence from a Motorcycle Crash

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    What can be determined from a motorcycle’s skid mark and the roadway evidence it left behind? The obvious, that the motorcycle crashed; but what more? From a recent case, starting with the pre-impact skid mark, a lot was determined about the driver’s (and passenger’s) input into the crash. A single skid mark started at the beginning of the collision location, a common piece of evidence at a motorcycle crash. Taking that mark and analyzing it, several things were determined. (more…)

  3. “Introduction to Event Data Recorders (EDRs)” LIVE Webinar | October 22nd, 11am EDT

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    Accidents often have devastating consequences. Join WARREN’s Senior Collision Reconstructionist and President of S.C.A.R.S., South Carolina Association of Reconstruction Specialists, Aaron Duncan for an exclusive webinar on “Introduction to Event Data Recorders.”

    Learn from an expert how the information stored in this valuable tool can be utilized to help get to the truth of your loss.  Information like:

    • Change in Velocity
    • Vehicle Speed
    • Service Braking
    • Steering Angle
    • Safety Belt Usage
    • Seat Occupancy
    • Engine RPMs
    • Engine Trouble Codes
    • PLUS, many case studies to consider.

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  4. Fire Investigation Points to Design Failure.

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    Defects that cause problems in machines are categorized into two different concepts. Manufacturing defect is a term that applies to a situation where the defect was unintended. For example, a part was installed that did not meet the designer’s specifications or quality. A design defect is another matter. Design defect is a term that applies to a situation where the defect resulted from a purposeful decision or by failing to investigate or heed available design criteria on the part of a designer or builder. (more…)

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