What is a Blueform?

What is a Blueform?

The purpose of a Blue Form is to document your car accident for the DOT for statistical reasons. It allows involved drivers to record the details of the accident while they are still fresh in their minds. The DOT wants to know anytime a crash occurs, even if the police do not need to file a CR-3.

How do I file a car accident report in Texas?

How to Report a Car Accident in Texas

  1. Call 911 From the Scene in Serious Cases. In Texas, Transportation Code Title 7, Subchapter B lists a driver’s duties after a car accident that likely caused injuries or deaths.
  2. Contact the Insurance Company.
  3. Notify the Department of Transportation.

What is a CR 3 crash report?

Crash Reporting and Analysis for Safer Highways (CRASH): The CRASH application was created to allow law enforcement officers to submit the Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report (form CR‐3) electronically to the State of Texas.

What are the different car damage categories?

The categories are now A, B, S and N.

  • Category A (unchanged) Scrap only.
  • Category B (unchanged) Body shell should be crushed.
  • Category S (formerly Category C) The new Category S means the vehicle has suffered structural damage.
  • Category N (formerly Category D)

What is a Texas Blue form?

A Texas Crash Report CR-2 form, sometimes called a “blue form,” is an important document for car accident victims who did not get a police report or investigation on the scene. Before a recent legislation change, motorists had to file the form directly with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

What is a blue form accident report?

Driver’s Crash Report (Blue Form) The Driver’s Crash Report is completed by a driver involved in a traffic crash when the crash is not investigated by a law enforcement officer and apparent damage is $1,000 or more or when the crash resulted in injury or death.

What is a blue form?

The blues form is a cyclic musical form in which a repeating progression of chords mirrors the call and response scheme commonly found in African and African-American music.