Special Crash Investigations Law and Legal Definition

Special Crash Investigations (SCI) is a National Automotive Sampling System NASS project that examines the safety impact of new, emerging, and rapidly changing technology. It also explores alleged or potential vehicle defects. The SCI examines the safety of modern technology, for example, air bags and alternative fuel systems. This program was

The SCI was started in 1972. Since then, the SCI has provided NHTSA with the most in depth and detailed level of crash investigation data collected by the agency. The SCI program is actively pursuing Not in Traffic Surveillance crashes from its network of sources to provide in-depth information on the particulars of the incident or crash.