IMPORTANT...When printing this report, please make sure the printed copy you submit includes the signature lines.
The Driver’s Motor Vehicle Accident Report (DR41) is now available in two formats. Please select the one you need, and right click on it to download it.
REMEMBER to print out, SIGN, and mail in your form.
WORD Fill-In Template of DR41 – You must have Microsoft Word to use this.
TIP...use your printer's "scale to fit", or "reduce to page margins" option to make sure the entire form area is printing.
Questions about Filling out the Report? Call 402-479-4645
*Entire Statewide Summaries contain
year-end reports for: counties, 32 largest cities, pedalcyclist
pedestrian, train, young drivers,
Highway Safety serves as the state
repository for motor vehicle traffic accidents. Law enforcement officers
who investigate accidents and drivers who are involved in accidents are
required by state law to report to the Department of Roads on standard
report forms. These forms can be obtained free of charge by contacting
Responsible for receiving, processing, and storing all accident reports. Information from these reports is entered into a computerized database, where it is available for analysis. About 120,000 reports, representing nearly 35,000 reportable accidents, are received each year. Certified copies of accident reports are available to the public at a cost of $13.00 + TAX, per report. Accidents occurring since 1998 are available on a document imaging system. Older crashes are on microfilm.
Need an Accident Report? Call 402-479-4645
Responsible for analysis of accident data. This includes the production of standard reports, such as the annual Nebraska Traffic Accident Facts booklet, published each year for the preceding year, the "Standard Summaries of Nebraska Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents", the production of specialized reports from the database when requested by sources within the Department of Roads or other agencies, and the completion of accident studies at specific locations. The Location Analysis Unit does accident studies for all highway projects, and regularly monitors the state highway system to identify accident trouble spots. This information is used by department engineers to develop highway projects and safety improvements. The Analysis Unit also: