Florida Crash Reports

Find Your Crash Report Online

A Florida accident or crash report is officially titled as ‘HSMV 90010S’. The Florida Traffic Crash Report (HSMV 90010S) is used by law enforcement officers in Florida to report traffic crashes to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV). The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident. If a police officer did not attend your accident, you have the option to self file a Driver Self Report of Traffic Crash (form 90011S) online or by mail. .

The Florida Traffic Crash Report

A Florida accident or crash report is officially titled The Florida Traffic Crash Report (HSMV 90010S). There is both a long form (HSMV 90010S) and a short form (HSMV 90010S). A Long Form report (HSMV 90010S) in its entirety must include a Narrative/Diagram when the following criteria are met: (1) Resulted in death of, personal injury to, or any indication of complaints of pain or discomfort by any of the parties or passengers involved in the crash (2) Leaving the scene involving damage to attended vehicles or property (F.S. 316.061(1)) (3) Driving while under the influence (F.S. 316.193) (4) Rendered a vehicle inoperable to a degree that required a wrecker to remove it from the scene of the crash (5) Involved a commercial motor vehicle.

The Short Form (HSMV 90010S) designation is used to report other types of traffic crashes. If form HSMV 90010S is used as a Short Form Report, diagrams and narratives are not required, otherwise a Long and Short Form Report have the same requirements. Understanding how to read your report or even know what information to put into it can be complicated and confusing. The following documents can help provide a comprehensive guide:

Title PDF
Uniform Crash Report Manual
Self File Form
Florida Crash Manual

2 Ways to Get A Copy Of Your Report On-Line In Florida

1. Order Online Through FLHSMV Crash Portal

To request your crash report online from the FLHSMV Crash Portal, you will need to provide information about the accident and specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash. You will need to provide your driver's license number and may be asked for other identifying information, such as your report number, VIN number, or last name. In order to obtain a crash report, you must pay the statutorily required fee of $10.00 per report, plus an additional $2.00 convenience fee for each payment transaction. Customers are limited to a maximum of 10 reports per transaction. Please note that law enforcement agencies have 10 days to submit crash reports in Florida.

2. Other Data Sites like LexisNexis or CrashDocs

These can be a good reliable source of data. However the sites can be difficult to use and do not have all the Police Agencies in Florida. (sometimes less than 50%)