Tennessee Crash Report

Find Your Collision Report Online

A Tennessee accident or crash report is officially titled “SF-1203 Tennessee Uniform Crash Report”. It is used by law enforcement to record the details relating to an accident involving any type of vehicle. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident. Tennessee law also requires drivers to file Owner/Driver Reports if certain damage, injury, or death conditions are met.

The 'SF-1203 Tennessee Uniform Crash Report'

A Tennessee accident or crash report is officially titled as ‘SF-1203 Tennessee Uniform Crash Report’. It is used by law enforcement to record the details relating to an accident involving any type of vehicle. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident. Tennessee law requires drivers to report all accidents involving $50 or more of property damage, injury, or death. Additionally, as required by Tennessee law, you must file an Owner/Driver Report Form SF-0395 within 20 days if the property damage exceeded $400, there was injury, or a person was killed in an accident. The following documents and websites provide more information and detail on motor vehicle crash reports in Tennessee:

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Owner/driver Report Form SF-0395
SF-1203 Tennessee Uniform Crash Report
Tennessee Crash Code Guide

3 Ways to Get A Copy Of Your Report On-Line In Tennessee

1. Use MyAccident.org

Chat with a trained MyAccident.org representative for assistance in finding your crash report, help in navigating South Carolina's online portal, or simply understanding reports. MyAccident.org provides free 24/7 customer service chat. We’re dedicated to helping those in need.

2. Order Online Through Tennessee's Online Portal

To request your crash report online from the Department of Safety and Homeland Security's online portal , you will need to provide information about the accident and specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash. You will also need to provide your Last Name, Date of Accident, Reporting Agency, Driver's License Number, and one of the following: VIN, License Plate, Case or Tracking Number. You will also need to provide payment for the applicable fee of $10 per report.

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 Tennessee. (sometimes less than 50%)