Pedestrian Impact Testing
Crash tests are an important part of the accident reconstruction industry. It allows an accident reconstructionist to study, and understand, patterns and anomalies that may occur, given a specific scenario. Pedestrian impact testing is a type of crash test in which dummies are used to determine how a specific type of car accident may affect a pedestrian that is involved. In this specific pedestrian impact test, Neal Carter discusses the methods of research conducted when reconstructing pedestrian impacts and the different types of impacts that can be expected from those events.