July 26, 2011

Nebraska to Offer Electronic Collision Reports Online

LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The State of Nebraska is unveiling a new service to make it easier for motorists to obtain copies of vehicle collision reports. Collision reports submitted by local police departments, sheriffs' departments and state police are now available on BuyCrash.com for immediate printing 24/7 through a secure Internet connection.

To obtain a copy of a collision report, individuals can access BuyCrash.com, enter a few simple pieces of information, such as last name and date of collision, and locate their report.

By accessing BuyCrash.com individuals can locate, view and purchase copies of vehicle collision reports from the comfort of their own homes or offices without the hassle of travelling to the Department of Roads in Lincoln and waiting in line for a copy. In cases where parties involved in an accident are injured or when motorists are from out-of-state, purchasing a collision report online is a great convenience.

"We're excited about providing this service to the citizens of Nebraska," said John Jacobsen Deputy Director of Operations for the Nebraska Department of Roads. "BuyCrash.com is a revolutionary approach to making collision reports available to the public online."

In addition to Nebraska, collision reports in Georgia, Indiana and Kentucky are available at BuyCrash.com.

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