K. Liubarskyi; P. Borshchevskyi
The article deals with the possibility of a vehicle speed assessment at a pedestrian hitting with the use of various approaches — forensic, energy, classical methods of auto-technical examination, etc.
The generalization of the modern experience of estimating the speed of a vehicle when a pedestrian is hit gives an opportunity to develop a general approach to this issue as well as to develop appropriate methodological recommendations.
The developed methodical recommendations determine the general provisions, principles and methods on the basis of which it is recommended to carry out the determination of the speed of the car when the pedestrian hits. The use of these methodological recommendations ensures the conduct of an auto-technical examination on a single methodological basis, as well as the reliability, accuracy of evidence and the objectivity of its results.
The developed methodological approaches will contain general principles for estimating the speed of a vehicle when a pedestrian is hit.