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Who needs Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form?

This form is used by Florida Police officers to report traffic crush reports.

What is Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form Used for?

The Florida Traffic Crash Report is used by Florida Police Officers to make an account of traffic crashes to the special executive body in traffic safety and vehicles. So far there are two types of Florida Traffic Crush Report – the Short form and the Long form. Last one is used while meeting all the following criteria:

If the traffic crush had resulted in either death or personal injury, or if someone suffered either pain or discomfort by being involved in the crash

Leaving the scene involving damage to involved vehicles or property

Driving while being effected by drugs, alcohol etc.

Causing a damage to the vehicle so that it requires a wrecker to be removed from the scene of the crash or a commercial motor vehicle is involved in the traffic crush.

Short form is used in all the other cases.

Is Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form Accompanied by Other Forms?

Even though the described Form is not accompanied by other forms, it should include the Narrative/Diagram as well as the scheme of accident with descrition.

What Information Should I Provide in Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form?

While filling out Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form the following information should be mentioned:

  • Time and location
  • Information about the participants
  • Information about the violator/violators
  • Narrative/diagram
  • other information (if applicable)

Where do I send Florida Traffic Crush Report Long Form?

This Report Long Form should be filed to the special executive body which is Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.