Traffic Crash Facts
Traffic Crash Facts
Step 1 - Select Report
Daily Crash Summary Report
Low Speed Crash Summary
The Reports & Extract page allows users to run specified reports.
Run a Report
Select a Report
Enter specified criteria such as Date of Crash, Agency, County of Crash, City, and/or Codeable Crash Flag
Click Submit to run Report.
FIRES Portal Types of Crashes Included:
Charts/Reports contain only data from reports that have been approved by DHSMV.
Crash reports are continually being submitted to the database from which these results were calculated. Therefore, these results may continue to change depending on when and what search criteria is used.
Historical old form data (2005-2010) does not always contain the same data elements as the new form data (2011-present). Therefore, results may not be comparable between old form crash data and new form crash data.
The Official Annual Traffic Crash Facts statistics published by the Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle is based on crashes which meet the crash reporting requirements established under Florida Statute 316.066(1)(a).
When comparing statistics to other official published reports, please select the ‘Codeable’ filter choice.
DHSMV defines a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) as being reported as having a VEHICLE BODY TYPE of (8-Bus or 20 -Medium/Heavy Trucks (10,000 lbs (4,536 kg) or less) OR HAZ. MAT PLACARD = YES OR Commercial Motor Vehicle Configuration OR Comm. GVWR/GCWR (2 - 10,001 – 26,000 lbs or 3- More than 26,000 lbs) OR Commercial Vehicle flag = YES
Conditions requiring reporting to HSMV per FS 316.066(1)(a):
Motor vehicle crashes resulting in death or personal injury, or
Motor vehicle crashes in which one or more of the following conditions occur:
- Leaving the scene involving damage to an attended vehicle or property (Section 316.061 (1), F.S.)
- Driving while under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances;
or controlled substances; or with an unlawful blood alcohol level (Section 316.193, F.S.)
- Rendered a vehicle inoperable to a degree that required a wrecker to remove it
from the scene of the crash
- Involved a commercial motor vehicle