Research on the Safety Performance Technical Identification Normative for Accidental Vehicles

Haihua XU; Guangfu LI
July 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 587-589, p2188
Academic Journal
In analyzing the factors of traffic accident, the most important reasons are the influence of people, vehicles, roads, and the environment for traffic accident. Learning how to handle traffic accident normatively and identify the traffic accident correctly, is the important lesson need to be solved urgently, however, the current safety performance technical expertise work for accidental vehicles lack of according with relevant laws and regulations, scientific, adaptable, and workable identification norms. To solve this problem stated previously, this paper studies the technical identification standard of accident vehicles, which mainly introduces the effect, basis, selection of identification items of accidental vehicles safety performance technical identification, the content and demand of the identification process.


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