National Automotive Sampling System General Estimates System: 2010 Coding and Eding Manualby U.S. Department of Transportation
In order for a vehicle to be considered in-transport, the motor vehicle must be either (1) on the roadway or (2) in motion.
Each crash must have at least one in-transport motor vehicle involved. The value entered must equal the total number of in-transport motor vehicles involved in the crash. Vehicles not in- transport are not included in this variable's count.
In order for a vehicle to be considered in-transport, the motor vehicle must be either (1) on the roadway or (2) in motion. This includes driverless vehicles.
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