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Effective July 1, 2019, the FIRES portal will no longer be available due to the end of the contractual agreement with LexisNexis. All governmental agencies, and their contractors, can obtain access to the Signal 4 portal (https://s4.geoplan.ufl.edu/), which offers similar functionality to the current FIRES portal. For non-government entities, the Department currently provides annual crash facts reports available at: https://www.flhsmv.gov/resources/crash-citation-reports/ and the Department is pursuing posting preliminary crash summary data on our website: https://www.flhsmv.gov. If you have questions about this change, please contact CrashRecords@flhsmv.gov. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this transition.

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What is FIRES?
The FIRES website is developed and maintained by LexisNexis, Inc. on behalf of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. It serves as a portal into the State of Florida's repository for traffic crash reports completed by Florida law enforcement agencies.

The integrity of FIRES data is dependent upon both the accuracy and frequency with which the data is updated and user's interpretation.

Therefore, no warranty, either expressed or implied, is given to the accuracy, completeness, reliablity, or suitability for any particular purpose of the information contained in FIRES.

Restricted Access
FIRES online services provided by LexisNexis, Inc. are for the exclusive use of law enforcement, approved agencies, and other authorized users in the state of Florida. User agreements are required. Unauthorized access to this site is prohibited.

Florida Driver Self-Report
Florida requires that the driver of a vehicle that was in any manner involved in a crash resulting in damage to a vehicle or other property which does not require a law enforcement report shall, within 10 days after the crash, submit a written report of the crash to the department.
Click here to file a Florida Driver Self-Report.