National Automotive Sampling System, Crashworthiness Data System
U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1993 - Automobiles
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Air Bag Alcohol applicable Area of Damage Automatic belt Average Back Body Region Brain car crashes child safety seat Code collision column total Complete Count Crash Mode crash severity Crash-Involved Car Occupants Critical data row shows Days delta deployed Distribution of Crash-Involved drivers Ejection Entrapment estimates event Extremities Face Fatal Figure forward Frequency of Injury Front Frontal Glazing GVWR Head impact includes Injuries to Crash-Involved Injury Contact Interior involved known Left side Light Truck Occupants Location Lower Maximum Injury Severity Minor Moderate Modes and Areas motor vehicle Moved National Accident Sampling Nonrollover Note number of injuries object passenger percent pickup position proportion Rear Restraint result Rollover Roof row total second row shows Serious shoulder belt shown shows the distribution shows the number shows the percentage side Source specify Steering Table towed cars towed light trucks traffic Treatment Unknown Upper weight
Page 60 - Los números cardinales 0: zero 1: one 2: two 3: three 4: four 5: five 6: six 7: seven 8: eight 9: nine 10: ten 11: eleven 12: twelve 13: thirteen 14: fourteen 15: fifteen 16: sixteen 17: seventeen 18: eighteen 19: nineteen 20: twenty...
Page 52 - Vehicle Type A series of motor vehicle body types that have been grouped together because of their design similarities. The principal vehicle types used in this report are passenger car, light truck, large truck, motorcycle, bus, and other vehicle.
Page 125 - ... crashes and not a census of all crashes. The size of these differences may vary depending on which sample of crashes was selected. [For a complete description of the GES sampling design, see National Accident Sampling System General Estimates System Technical Note (DOT HS 807 796) available from NCSA.] The standard error of an estimate is a measure of the precision or reliability with which an estimate from this particular GES sample approximates the results of a census. In a report of this size,...
Page 50 - ... partially thrown from the vehicle as a result of an impact or rollover. First Harmful Event The first event during a crash that caused injury or property damage. Fixed Object Stationary structures or substantial vegetation attached to the terrain. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) The maximum rated capacity of a vehicle, including the weight of the base vehicle, all added equipment, driver and passengers, and all cargo loaded into or on the vehicle. Actual weight may be less than or greater...
Page 125 - Standard Errors The national estimates produced from GES data may differ from the true values, because they are based on a probability sample of crashes and not a census of all crashes. The size of these differences may vary depending on which sample of crashes was selected. [For a complete description of the GES sampling design, see National Accident Sampling System General Estimates System Technical Note (DOT HS 807 796) available from NCSA.] The standard error of an estimate is a measure of the...
Page 49 - ... Crash Type Single-vehicle or multiple-vehicle crash. Day From 6 am to 5:59 pm Driver An occupant of a vehicle who is in physical control of a motor vehicle in transport, or for an out-of-control vehicle, an occupant who was in control until control was lost. Ejection Refers to occupants being totally or partially thrown from the vehicle as a result of an impact or rollover. First Harmful Event The first event during a crash that caused injury or property damage. Fixed Object Stationary structures...
Page 1 - ... related to the report, concerning the number of passenger cars manufactured that meet the dynamic test procedures and performance requirements of Standard No. 214, Side Impact Protection (49 CFR 571.214).
Page 49 - An event that produces injury and/or property damage, involves a motor vehicle in transport, and occurs on a trafficway or while the vehicle is still in motion after running off the traffic way.
Page 17 - Code 1 Minor 2 Moderate 3 Serious 4 Severe 5 Critical 6 Maximum injury virtually unsurvivable 9 Unknown (The Abbreviated Injury Scale.
Page 60 - Description 0 No hit and run 1 Hit motor vehicle in transport 2 Hit pedestrian or nonmotorist 3 Hit parked vehicle or object LIGHT CONDITION...