While motorcycle crash reconstruction follows the same basic investigative process as automobiles, motorcycles present significantly more challenges. Motorcycles are single-track, articulated vehicles with capabilities and limitations that differ from passenger vehicles. Often times motorcycles can accelerate and brake more aggressively than passenger vehicles, their tires are different in construction, riders often become separated from the motorcycle, and they typically don't leave any of the classic evidence on the roadway that investigators rely on during their investigation. Furthermore, the techniques commonly used to calculate collision speeds for passenger vehicles have their limitations when applied to motorcycle collisions. Crash Tech's Reconstructionists have specific training and years of riding experience to uniquely position them to handle these complex issues. In fact, Eric Brown and Phil Relli have also completed Police Motor Officer training, one of the most in depth trainings offered that teaches officers how to push motorcycles to their operational limits. Combining their experience with their specialized training, Crash Tech's Reconstructionists are among the best experts in the industry when handling motorcycle crashes.