How are streets and roads redesigned to reduce motor vehicle crashes?
A history of accidents and their severity may warrant a roadway to be redesigned. The highway department keeps these statistics, which usually come from police reports. The type, location and severity of the accident determine what should be done.Let's say, for example, that there is a cross street that currently has a stop sign for the side road and no control on the main road. Due to the high speed and volume of the vehicles on the main road, it is difficult for drivers from the side road to turn onto the main road and lots of accidents happen. We look at what we may do to alleviate this. One option may be to put in a traffic signal at this location to control both direction of traffic. Another option may be to only allow the vehicles from the side road to turn right. Maybe another option is to put in a median "suicide" lane for vehicles to cross one direction of the main road at a time. Another example might be a 2 lane undivided highway has multiple head on collisions. This highway straight and in the middle of nowhere and some people like to go at a high rate of speed. You would think that reducing the speed is an option, but would it make a difference if drivers are not paying attention to the current speed limit? One option might be to put positive separation between the 2 directions of travel, such as median guardrail. This is the process that is used to redesign problem roadways. Sometimes, the answer is to realign the roadway. Other times, the answer is to add more traffic control measures, such as signals to the location.When designing roads, there are engineering guidelines that are used to make the roads as safe as possible. For horizontal and vertical geometry, we typically refer to state highway design manuals and the "green book" from AASHTO. For traffic control, we typically refer to the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. These guidelines are always evolving to help us design safer roads.
How do you write a motor vehicle accident report?
If i was the reporter of motor vehicle then after an accident, the following things i consideredCheck the headlightsCheck all other electrical componentsCheck for the dentCheck under bonnet for remaining damage partsCheck the doors and fendersCheck the insurance policy and policy expiry dateCheck the part which is most damaged during accidentAnalyse the amount of damageGenerally when a surveyor comes for accident report, The report files itself consists of things which is to be checked after accident, but the main most thing is insurance policy.
Can I fill out a police report online for a stolen vehicle so I don't have to go up to the police department here in Tulsa, Oklahoma?
No.Says who? The website for Tulsa PD that I found in a couple of seconds using Google.It says stolen vehicle reports will not be accepted online. It says to call the stated phone number to have an officer sent to your location. It does appear to be a pretty clear answer. See the link.Report a Crime OnlineI was a Police Officer in Oklahoma. We always required someone to come in, show ID and ownership documents if there was any question then sign the report. Why? If someone decided to lodge a report of a stolen vehicle as revenge or for any reason that was not legitimate, it could place someone in serious danger. If any law enforcement saw a vehicle entered into NCIC as stolen they must take precautions as if a dangerous person is in possession of it. The FBI maintains the NCIC system and their criteria must be met before a vehicle gets entered.National Crime Information Center (NCIC)This is not a boyfriend or roommate who borrowed it and is late coming back or a teen breaking a family rule situation, but reporting a stolen vehicle that could be with a real criminal who may have it to escape after a robbery, murder or anything else. A high risk stop will be done in most cases and multiple guns would be pointed at people. This is serious, life and death stuff. Mess around and make a false report and it won't simply be the local police on your case.Do you think taking an online report from someone who doesn't feel like making the effort to do a stolen vehicle report in person is a good idea? How can they ensure that the reporting party is the owner and not some trollish jerk who doesn't mind placing lives in danger to get his kicks? If it was you and your family at gunpoint in the dark being made to get prone in the street, would you be okay with that being done on the basis of an online report? I surely would not be okay with it.
How do I get access to an NHTSA vehicle to a vehicle crash report? The summary of the accident described the accident scene by the users.
Provided the NHTSA investigated the accident, you can try the search function in the NHTSA Crash Viewer - NHTSA Crash Viewer if you know some of the key information: vehicle make, model year, injury type etc. There are many data fields and once you have a case number more information is available, like photos.
How do I fill out a 1120 tax report?
If you are not sophisticated with taxes, DON'T try this form. You can get yourself in a lot of trouble. Get a good CPA or EA. The time and effort it will take you to figure this thing out is not worth it. If you value your time at more than the minimum wage, you will save time and money by hiring a professional.
How do i request a motor vehicle report of another person in California?
I believe you are asking for is information about the driver’s history, not the car’s history. Unless you are looking to buy this guy’s car, the fact he’s wrecked it twice in only three months tells me that it’s been poorly cared for, if not outright abused.How you are going to find out about the driver’s history? This is going to depend on how thoroughly you collected the OP’s imformation when you had the accident. Name, address, phone number, insurance info which has their phone number, policy number, expiration date VIN. Getting to see the OP’s license will assure you that the person your talking to have identification. You should see the OP’s driver’s license for the DL number and expiration, which state it was issued, and DOB. Look over the vehicle’s registration to see that it matches up with the license plate and verify the vehicle matches the Spartan description, vehicle year, vehicle model, color…If you're looking for the other driver’s history, and his DL is in CA, you can order a copy from the DMV by going to http://DMV.ca.gov and order something called an H-6. But you'll need that DL number, DOB, and a method of paying online. The last time I paid to pull mine was 2006 for a prospective job (which I got, after which, they pulled my H-6 annually at their own expense) and it cost $5.If you are lacking enough information, it can be found in the police report. No police report? If you've filed a claim with your insurance company, they've probably obtained an H-6, and you can ask them to provide you with a copy. Keep in mind, filing an auto claim involving has made them your de facto legal representative, you would be breaking the law if you attempted to contact the OP or their insurer.Your insurer is under no obligation to obtain an H-6. Whatever the other driver has done in the past is irrelevant to your claim.I used to train bus drivers regarding collecting information from other parties. Even with a template of imformation required, some of them would only bother with getting the other driver’s name. Not even a phone number. Those were the ones with whom we’d just negotiate a settlement, since we had no information about what had happened. Buses are quite sturdy, and what the other car looked like was seldom commensurate to the damage of the bus.If you really want to know about the car, and you have the VIN, use a service like carfax.comNowadays, exchanging information can be done by taking a hi-rez picture of both sides of all of the requisite information, as well as pictures of damages to both vehicles.