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Report a Motor Vehicle Collision

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About online collision reporting

Motorists may now report certain motor vehicle collisions online. Before completing a report, ensure you have met eligibility requirements below, and have the relevant documents and files ready.

Eligibility to report online

Some collisions cannot be reported online.

A collision may be reported online if it occurred within the past 72 hours. The collision must have taken place in Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King Township or Newmarket.

If the collision resulted in injuries or involved a pedestrian, cyclist or public transit vehicle, it cannot be reported online.

Collisions that occurred on a 400-series highway, such as Highway 427, 400 or 404 should be reported to the Ontario Provincial Police.

Under provisions of the Highway Traffic Act, collisions causing less than $2,000 damage, or collisions that do not involve injuries or damage to other property may not be reportable. To determine if you need to report, please visit our collision reporting page.

Before reporting a collision online

Before submitting an online report, call 1-866-876-5423 to be assigned a report number, which will simplify the reporting process.

What you need

Before entering the online form, ensure you have:

  • A clear and legible image of the front of your driver’s licence
  • A clear and legible image (or PDF file) of your insurance slip, including the policy number
  • A clear and legible image of your vehicle ownership from the vehicle involved in the collision
  • At least one photo of the resulting damage, or area of collision

Additional requirements

Please ensure you have an active and secure email address so that police can respond to your request to report a collision and provide you with any relevant documents.

Missing or incomplete information will delay the processing of your report.

File attachments must be pdf, jpg, jpeg, png or tif formats only. Files must be 25mb in size or less.

In order to protect your data, you will only be provided 60 minutes to complete this form. After 60 minutes, the information will not be saved.

Report a collision now.

After completing a report

Drivers who submit a collision report online should receive a response from York Regional Police within 48 hours.

If police require further details or clarification about the information you submitted, an officer will contact you by phone before a report number can be issued to you.

After submitting an online report, drivers should not attend a collision reporting centre afterward.