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North Carolina Accident Reports

Request A North Carolina Crash Report Online

Need to lookup or request a copy of your North Carolina accident report? You’ve come to the right place! MyAccident provides information on how you can obtain your North Carolina accident report online, as well as additional information answering common questions for those involved in a traffic collision.

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The ‘Crash Report Form DMV-349’

A North Carolina accident report is officially titled as ‘Crash Report Form DMV-349’. It is used by law enforcement to record the details relating to an accident involving any type of vehicle. The details in the DMV-349 crash report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the collision. Even if a police officer did attend your accident, you must report a crash if (1) there was property damage to any one vehicle or property (2) anyone was injured (no matter how minor), or (3) anyone was killed. There is no requirement to report an accident that does not involve personal injury, death or property damage, but it is always good practice to report all accidents. The following documents and websites provide more information and detail on crash reports in North Carolina:

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2 Ways to Get A Copy Of Your North Carolina Accident Report Online

1. Order Your Accident Report Online Through NCDPS

To request your crash report online from the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (NCDPS) you will need to provide information about the accident and specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash. You will also need to provide either your name, date of the accident, or the report number. Only crash reports filed by North Carolina State Highway Patrol are available for request. For reports filed by all other agencies, ​they can be requested by completing the Crash Report Request Form (TR-67A) and mailing it along with payment to the address on the form or by going to the NC Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters at 1100 New Bern Ave., Raleigh, NC 27697.

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 North Carolina. (sometimes less than 50%)

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Police Agencies For North Carolina