Accident Reports

This is Article 11 of the Code of Virginia, titled “Accident Reports.” It is part of Title 46.2, titled “Motor Vehicles.” It is part of Subtitle II, titled “Titling, Registration And Licensure.” It is part of Chapter 3, titled “Licensure Of Drivers.” It’s comprised of the following 19 sections.

§ 46.2-371
Driver to give immediate notice of certain accidents
§ 46.2-372
Driver to report certain accidents in writing; certification of financial responsibility to Department; supplemental reports; reports by witnesses
§ 46.2-373
Report by law-enforcement officer investigating accident
§ 46.2-374
Department to prepare and supply forms for reports
§ 46.2-375
Reports by medical examiners of deaths resulting from accidents
§ 46.2-376
Report required of person in charge of garage or repair shop
§ 46.2-377
Reports made by garages to be without prejudice and confidential; exceptions
§ 46.2-378
Extent to which reports may be used as evidence
§ 46.2-379
Use of crash reports made by investigating officers
§ 46.2-380
Reports made under certain sections open to inspection by certain persons; copies; maintenance of reports and photographs for three-year period
§ 46.2-381
Accident reports required by county or municipal ordinance; copies
§ 46.2-382
Courts to keep full records of certain cases
§ 46.2-382.1
Courts to make findings relating to commercial motor vehicles
§ 46.2-383
Courts to forward abstracts of records or furnish abstract data of conviction by electronic means in certain cases; records in office of Department; inspection; clerk's fee for reports
§ 46.2-384
Law-enforcement officers arresting drivers for certain offenses to request abstracts or transcripts of drivers' conviction records
§ 46.2-385
Prosecuting attorneys to appear in certain cases
§ 46.2-386
Forms for and information to be contained in abstracts; certification
§ 46.2-387
Penalty for failure to forward record of conviction or of judgment for damages
§ 46.2-388
Uniform summons to be used for reportable motor vehicle law violations; citations