MADISON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Citizens and businesses now have the ability to search for, purchase, and download Wisconsin crash reports online, thanks to the new Wisconsin DMV Crash Reports application. Launched by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the Crash Reports application can be found at CrashReports.wi.gov or www.wisconsindmv.gov.
“We know that there are a lot of details to address in the weeks after a crash. We’re glad to offer WisDOT customers this convenient new online service,” said Darlene Schwartz, DMV Supervisor.
The Crash Reports application gives users the ability to search for a crash that was submitted by law enforcement to the Department of Transportation. Entering simple search criteria on the crash returns a list of crashes submitted with DOT. Users can then purchase the reports through a secure online credit card or ACH payment and receive a downloadable PDF report they can print and save. One or multiple crash reports can be purchased at a time.
More on the new Crash Reports service can be found at DMV’s website www.wisconsindmv.gov.
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