Crash and Road Condition Report Site Issues
Thank you for your recent visit to the Florida Highway Patrol’s
Live Traffic Crash and Road Condition Report.
What to do if there is a problem with the page: If the information on the page does not refresh every few minutes or the site appears to be malfunctioning, try to refresh/reload the page. If you are still not receiving current data, please e-mail (include in your e-mail the Troop or County you are not getting information on and the operating system/browser version you are using) firstname.lastname@example.org to report the problem. For all other inquiries and general questions, please use the Contact page.
if you are needing information regarding a crash,
please carefully read the following.
Florida Statutes Section 316.066, Written reports of crashes, was recently amended (effective 6/5/01) in order to protect the privacy of crash victims and to deter the filing of fraudulent insurance claims immediately after a crash. In summary, the amendments make crash reports that reveal personal information concerning parties to motor vehicle crashes confidential and exempt from public disclosure for 60 days after the date the report is filed. However, crash reports, including the personal information, may be made immediately available to the parties involved in the crash and other parties specified in the amended statute. The amendments also provide criminal penalties (third degree felony) for the unlawful disclosure of confidential personal information and for unlawfully obtaining or attempting to obtain confidential personal information.
In addition, crash information from the “Live Traffic Crash and Road Condition Report” is not archived and can not be retrieved for review or statistical purposes. To request a Traffic Crash Report, please click here.