2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 40 - MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC
CHAPTER 9 - REPORTING ACCIDENTS; GIVING PROOF OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
ARTICLE 2 - REPORTING ACCIDENTS; GIVING SECURITY FOR DAMAGES
§ 40-9-31 - Submission of accident reports to department

O.C.G.A. 40-9-31 (2010)
40-9-31. Submission of accident reports to department


Each state and local law enforcement agency shall submit to the Department of Transportation the original document of any accident report prepared by such law enforcement agency or submitted to such agency by a member of the public. If the Department of Driver Services receives a claim requesting determination of security, the Department of Transportation shall provide a copy or an electronic copy of any relevant accident reports to the Department of Driver Services. A law enforcement agency may transmit the information contained on the accident report form by electronic means, provided that the Department of Transportation has first given approval to the reporting agency for the electronic reporting method utilized. The law enforcement agency shall retain a copy of each accident report. All such reports shall be submitted to the Department of Transportation not more than 15 days following the end of the month in which such report was prepared or received by such law enforcement agency.

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