All-terrain vehicles (ATV’s) are defined as a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with handlebars, and an operator who straddles the vehicle. Also known as quads, quad-bikes, three-wheelers, or four-wheelers; these vehicles are a popular off-road activity. Accidents occur in a matter of seconds, but understanding exactly how or why the accident happened is a challenging scientific process.
In addition to collecting evidence and data, our engineers analyze all the issues of a case, making sure our clients understand the underlying causes and countermeasures.ATV accidents differ from traditional passenger vehicles because of differences in the size, weight, and shape of the vehicles involved. We have the capability of real-time analysis, two-dimensional and three-dimensional imaging, calculus-based calculations, and the implementation of crush energy, momentum, rotational, and impulse-based methodologies.
Highlights of our ATV accident investigation services include: