Imagine you are driving on a quiet single carriageway road. You are in a relaxed frame of mind; your speed is moderate. You then see a car coming towards you on your side of the road: it does not seem to be overtaking any other traffic, it is simply driving, apparently quite steadily, on the wrong side. What do you do?
eCall is a vehicle system which automatically alerts emergency services in the event of a serious road collision.
Frequently asked questions and answers on Event Data Recorders; what they are, when they record, and their uses for accident reconstruction
UK and EU laws governing the accessibility of vehicle Event Data Recorder (EDR) evidence must be changed to improve safety, reduce costs, speed up legal proceedings and save lives.
FROM THE ARCHIVES The following article appeared in a TRL Newsletter in June 1999, but remains just as topical today with more and more people using fleet vehicles. Managing risk with “Black Box” technology TRL’s accident prevention and risk management work is not just limited to providing expert safety advice to those in the…
Event Data Recorder (EDR) data from VW Group European vehicles can now be accessed and analysed by our experts
A typical vehicle has over 75 computer systems collecting and storing data vital to the investigation of criminal activity, insurance fraud and road traffic collisions.
A medical episode resulted in a road collision of two vehicles. Our independent collision investigators demonstrate how this can be corroborated and proven in court.