Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Access Indiana

You can really find some interesting things if you check out the Access Indiana website.

New laws affecting drivers are available on this page. I am not quite sure how this particular law is going to work.

Accident Reports

Written accident reports resulting from motor vehicle accidents occurring after December 31, 2005 shall be sent by the driver to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.


Blogger indygirl said...

Should we stock up on blanks and keep them in our gloveboxes?

August 17, 2005  
Blogger torporific said...

I wonder if this will be just a like a book report.

August 17, 2005  
Blogger lemming said...

(coughs) Not that I've ever had to do this myself, you understand...

The officer who inspects the accident takes down the information of everyone involved. If you are lucky, he's gotten all of it and it's correct. The people involved in the accident then fill in paperwork that describes the accident and includes the personal information (insurance info, SS# etc.) If you're lucky, you get a letter bck from teh state saying that you did a good job. If you're unlucky, you get a letter saying that piece of information X is wrong (doesn't tally with what's in their computers) and that you need to correct it and resubmit. Of course, contacting someone with whom you've had a traffic accident to ask for personal information is a really great way to avoid lawsuits...

August 17, 2005  
Anonymous Rumble Suite said...

Obviously this is a subversive gambit by the state to promote the development of creative writing skills.

I'd like to see the accident report of Ron Weasely after crashing the Ford into the Whomping Willow.

August 17, 2005  

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