NCTI wishes everyone a happy and safe Halloween! Drive safely and watch out for pedestrians in the roadway
Check out these Halloween driving safety tips from NHTSA to ensure you and yours have a safe holiday: http://www.nhtsa.gov/About+NHTSA/Press+Releases/SAFETY+ADVISORY:+NHTSA+Offers+Halloween+Safety+Tips
With the announcement that Hyundai will be recalling almost 500,000 vehicles due to engine problems, now is an excellent time to check the recall status of your vehicle. There have not been any reports of injuries due to the engine defect, which can cause the vehicle to stall, but owners are encouraged to bring their vehicles into the dealership for repair (though due to the size of the recall, part...
NCTI is pleased to announce the update of our CDR software to version 16.2. This software release includes more model year 2016 coverage from several manufacturers, such as Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota, Mazda, Honda, Mercedes, Volkswagen, and Volvo.
As the weather heats up, remember to check your tires. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warns motorists to properly inflate tires during the summer months, when heat and hot roadways increase the likelihood of tire failure. Under-inflated tires and hot weather are "a dangerous combination", cautions the NHTSA.
They recommend following the tire pressure PSI guidelines found on the placard on your driver's side door and in your owners manual as well as checking your tire pressure mon...
Ford will offer split view camera technology in their extensive line of SUVs by 2020. Split view cameras allow drivers to perceive and react to objects that enter their vehicles path and determine the direction the object is coming from. The split view camera allows for a 180 degree view of the front or back of the vehicle. For more information, read the full article at SAE.
NCTI wishes everyone a happy and safe 4th of July weekend! Please drive safely and assign a designated driver. NHTSA reports that 55% of fatalities in late night crashes during the July 4th weekend involved drunk drivers. Visit www.nhtsa.gov for more information on drunk driving and driver safety.
NCTI investigates and tests case particulars that play a role in a collision scenario, i.e. tire contact with roadway surface. Hydroplaning might be central to a case. Hydroplaning can be expected to occur for speeds above 45mph in water at depths of as little as 0.1 inch over a distance of thirty feet.
June is National Safety Month. Join NCTI in observing it by learning more about the causes of injury and death on the road and how to avoid them. Distracted driving is responsible for 26% of traffic fatalities. This June, join NCTI and the National Safety Council in the fight for safer roads by avoiding distracted driving.
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National Collision Technologies Inc. offers secure evidence storage in our 40,000 sq. ft. climate controlled facility. Whether a document, tire, headlamp, or an entire vehicle, NCTI can e...