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An Virginia accident or crash report is officially titled as "Commonwealth of Virginia Police Crash Report form FR300-P". It is used by law enforcement officers in Virginia to report traffic crashes to the Department of Public Safety. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident.

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The "Commonwealth of Virginia Police Crash Report form FR300-P"

An Virginia accident or crash report is officially titled as "Commonwealth of Virginia Police Crash Report form FR300-P". It is used by law enforcement officers in Virginia to report traffic crashes to the Department of Public Safety. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident.

Were you injured?

Free Legal Consultation

You May Be Entitled To Compensation

By submitting this request, I agree to be contacted by one or more lawyers.

MyAccident.org is not a law firm, nor a lawyer referral service nor is it a substitute for hiring an attorney or law firm and does not provide legal advice. MyAccident.org does not endorse or recommend any participating Third Party Legal Professionals that pay to participate in this advertising. The information shared with the website is not protected by attorney-client privilege. An attorney-client relationship is not formed when calling the number on this site or filling out a form. Services are not available in all states or for all legal categories. All persons depicted in a photo or video are actors or models and not clients of any firm. You also agree to our Terms of Use

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How do I find my accident report in Virginia?

In Virginia, all crash report requests must be submitted by mail, fax, or in person. There is no way to order a crash report online at this time. You have the option of submitting a written report or completing an Information Request Form (CRD 93), along with a payment of $8.00 per crash report requested.

Requesting an accident report by mail

To request a report by mail, you must either submit a written report or print and complete an Information Request Form (CRD 93).

If you decide to go with a written request, you must include:

  • Crash involvement (e.g., driver, injured person, vehicle owner, etc.)
  • Crash date and time
  • Crash location (street, city/town/county)
  • Driver name
  • Driver's license number (must be provided if the requester was involved in the crash)

Once you have either your written request or Information Request Form (CRD 93), you will need to mail it along with an $8.00 fee per crash report requested in the form of a check or money order to:

Customer Records Work Center, Room 514
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
Post Office Box 27412
Richmond, VA 23269

Requesting an accident report by fax

To request a report by fax, you must either submit a written report or print and complete an Information Request Form (CRD 93). You must include all the information needed for a request sent via mail, with the addition of "License, ID Card and Records Payment Authorization" (form DMS 004).

You will then fax your written request or Information Request Form (CRD 93) along with your "License, ID Card and Records Payment Authorization" (form DMS 004) to (804) 367-0390

Requesting an accident report in person

If you would rather go in person to request your accident report in Virginia, you can do so by visiting your local DMV location. Make sure to bring your completed written request or Information Request Form (CRD 93) along with cash, check, money order, or credit card to pay the $8 crash report fee. As long as your report is available, this is the quickest way to get an accident report as you should be able to get it that same day.

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