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ITD - Data Dictionary
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Written by Greg Olsen
Updated over a week ago

The data dictionary is divided into sections based on the data entry screens in CIRCA. These screens consist of:

ENVIRONMENT

CONDITIONS

EVENTS, PROPERTY DAMAGE, UNIT, UNIT COMMERCIAL (only is a commercial vehicle), DRIVER/PEDESTRIAN/PEDALCYCLIST/EQUESTRIAN, and PASSENGER. (See “CIRCA Data Entry Screens.doc” for a visual reference.)

The corresponding MMUCC elements are in parentheses next to the Idaho Elements.

1 Location Type

The location type defines which of the Primary Street, Secondary Street, 1st Reference Street and 2nd Reference Street need to be filled out.

THE BOLDED CONTENT INDICATES WHERE THE POINT OF IMPACT (POI) OCCURRED. (Drop-down list includes diagrams with bolded content indicating the location)

Within the intersection boundary of two streets

  • Point of impact (POI) occurred within the boundaries of the intersection.

One street not at intersection — but may be intersection-related

  • Point of impact (POI), any location outside the boundary of the intersection and neither unit’s intention was turning, entering, exiting, or leaving.

At the junction of a parking lot and a street

  • Unit’s intent is entering or exiting a commercial parking lot driveway. Point of impact (POI) is on the roadway.

In a parking lot — no street was involved in the crash

  • No unit’s point of impact (POI) occurs on public roadway.

At the junction of a driveway and a street

  • The unit’s intent is entering or exiting a residential driveway. Point of impact (POI) is on the roadway.

In a driveway — no street was involved in the crash

  • No unit’s point of impact (POI) occurs on public roadway

At the junction of an alley and a street

  • The unit’s intent is entering or exiting an alley. Point of impact (POI) is on the roadway.

In an alley — no street was involved in the crash

  • Unit’s point of impact (POI) is in the alley

CODE

LOCATION TYPE

1

Within the intersection boundary of two streets

2

One street NOT at intersection -- but MAY BE intersection-related

3

At junction of STREET and PARKING LOT/COMMERCIAL DRIVEWAY/PUBLIC ACCESS

4

In PARKING LOT/COMMERCIAL DRIVEWAY--No street involved in crash

5

At junction of STREET and RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY or PRIVATE ACCESS

6

In RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY or PRIVATE ACCESS--No street involved in crash

7

At junction of STREET and ALLEY

8

In an ALLEY--NO STREET involved in crash

The Location Type Selected determines which elements concerning the streets will be entered.

2 Primary Street, 3 Secondary Street

The Primary Street is the street on which the crash occurred. Primary Street automatically coded to Driveway for Location Type 6, automatically coded to Alley for Location Type 8).

The Secondary Street is the intersecting street if the crash occurred at an intersection. Street information can only be entered for Location Type = 1. Secondary Street automatically coded to Driveway for Location Type 5, automatically coded to Alley for Location Type 7. Otherwise, it is blank

Street names are recorded in 4 pieces: Pre Directional, Street Name, Street Suffix and Post Directional.

Examples: Full Street Name = Pre + Street Name + Suffix + Post Dir

  • E 42nd St

  • E 1st Ave N

  • I 84 (Interstate Highway)

  • SH 41 (State Highway)

  • US 30 B (Add “B” for business loops)

  • Lewisville Hwy

  • Yale-Kilgore Rd

  • FSR 250 (Forest Service Road)

Items like N, S, E, Q, Rd, St, Hwy, etc., should not be placed in the street name portion, but in one of the other portions. If you are not sure what suffixes to use, look at the suffix list — if your possible suffix is not listed, put it in the street name portion instead.

Interstate-84 = I 84 (Use letter “I” for Interstate + space + number)

State Hwy 41 = SH 41 (Use capital “SH” for State Highway + space + number)

US-30/HWY 30 = US 30 (Use capital “US” for US Highway + space + number)

US-30 Business Loop = US 30 B (Add space + capital “B” for business)

Pre & Post Directional

CODE

LOCATION TYPE

N

North

S

South

E

East

W

West

NE

Northeast

NW

Northwest

SE

Southeast

SW

Southwest

Street Name

Enter the name of the Street

Street Suffix

CODE

STREET SUFFIX

Ave

Avenue

Blvd

Boulevard

Cir

Circle

Crt

Court

Dr

Drive

Hwy

Highway

Ln

Lane

Lp

Loop

Pl

Place

Pwy

Parkway

Rd

Road

St

Street

Ter

Terrace

Tr

Trail

Way

Way

4 1st Reference Street/MP and 5 2nd Reference Street/MP

The 1st Reference Street/milepost is used if the crash did not occur in an intersection and is the cross street or milepost nearest to where the crash occurred. (Location Types 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) A 2nd reference Street is only used if the crash occurred in a parking lot or commercial driveway, in a residential driveway, or an alley. (Location Types 4, 6, & 8)

In addition to the Pre & Post Directional, Street Name, and Street Suffix (as used in the Primary and Secondary Streets) the Reference Streets have the following additional items.

Measured from Milepost?

CODE

MEASURED FROM MILEPOST

N

No

Y

Yes

If Yes, distance, distance units, direction and Milepost number entered. If No, distance, distance units, direction, and reference street elements entered.

Distance

Enter the distance from the milepost or reference street to the point of impact (POI)

Distance Units (Ft/Mi)

Enter the units in which the distance was measured (feet or miles).

CODE

DISTANCE UNITS

F

Feet

M

Miles

Direction

Enter the from the 1st/2nd Reference Street to the point of impact (POI)

CODE

DIRECTION

N

North

S

South

E

East

W

West

NE

Northeast

NW

Northwest

SE

Southeast

SW

Southwest

6 Serial Number (C1)

The unique crash identifier in CIRCA (Idaho statewide crash database). Begins with the 2-digit year, and must be nine numbers long. If the crash was submitted electronically, the third character will be the letter “C”. The serial numbers are assigned automatically.

7 Agency Code

Identifies the agency the investigated the crash and submitted the crash report. Idaho only accepts crashes into CIRCA that were investigated by law enforcement.

CODE

AGENCY

0000

None

0100

Ada County Sheriff (Boise)

0101

Boise Police Dept

0102

Garden City Police Dept

0104

Meridian Police Dept

0105

Boise Airport Police

0200

Adams County Sheriff (Council)

0201

Council Police Dept

0300

Bannock County Sheriff (Pocatello)

0301

Chubbuck Police Dept

0303

Inkom Police Dept

0305

Pocatello Police Dept

0330

ISU Campus Police

0400

Bear Lake County Sheriff (Paris)

0401

Montpelier Police Dept

0403

Georgetown Police Dept

0500

Benewah County Sheriff (St. Maries)

0501

Plummer Police Dept

0502

St. Maries Police Dept

0503

B.I.A. Plummer

0504

Coeur D'Alene Indian Res Police Dept

0600

Bingham County Sheriff (Blackfoot)

0601

Aberdeen Police Dept

0604

Blackfoot Police Dept

0605

Firth Police Dept

0607

Shelley Police Dept

0608

Fort Hall Tribal Police Dept

0700

Blaine County Sheriff (Hailey)

0701

Bellevue Police Dept

0702

Carey Police Dept

0703

Hailey Police Dept

0704

Ketchum Police Dept

0705

Sun Valley Police Dept

0800

Boise County Sheriff (Idaho City)

0801

Horseshoe Bend Police Dept

0802

Idaho City Police Dept

0900

Bonner County Sheriff (Sandpoint)

0902

Priest River Police Dept

0903

Sandpoint Police Dept

0904

Ponderay Police Dept

0968

Veterans Affairs (Boise)

1000

Bonneville County Sheriff (Idaho Falls)

1001

Idaho Falls Police Dept

1003

Iona Police Dept

1004

Ucon Police Dept

1100

Boundary County Sheriff (Bonners Ferry)

1101

Bonners Ferry Police Dept

1200

Butte County Sheriff (Arco)

1300

Camas County Sheriff (Fairfield)

1400

Canyon County Sheriff (Caldwell)

1401

Caldwell Police Dept

1402

Melba Police Dept

1404

Nampa Police Dept

1405

Parma

1406

Wilder Police Dept

1500

Caribou County Sheriff (Soda Springs)

1503

Soda Springs Police Dept

1600

Cassia County Sheriff (Burley)

1700

Clark County Sheriff (Dubois)

1800

Clearwater County Sheriff (Orofino)

1802

Orofino Police Dept

1900

Custer County Sheriff (Challis)

1901

Challis Police Dept

1903

Stanley Police Dept

2000

Elmore County Sheriff (Mt. Home)

2001

Glenns Ferry

2002

Mountain Home Police Dept

2100

Franklin County Sheriff (Preston)

2102

Preston Police Dept

2200

Fremont County Sheriff (St. Anthony)

2201

Ashton Police Dept

2203

St. Anthony Police Dept

2300

Gem County Sheriff (Emmett)

2301

Emmett Police Dept

2400

Gooding County Sheriff (Gooding)

2401

Gooding Police Dept

2402

Hagerman Police Dept

2403

Wendell Police Dept

2500

Idaho County Sheriff (Grangeville)

2501

Cottonwood Police Dept

2502

Grangeville Police Dept

2600

Jefferson County Sheriff (Rigby)

2601

Rigby Police Dept

2700

Jerome County Sheriff (Jerome)

2702

Hazelton Police Dept

2703

Jerome Police Dept

2800

Kootenai County Sheriff (Coeur D'Alene)

2802

Coeur D'Alene Police Dept

2805

Hayden Lake Police Dept

2806

Post Falls Police Dept

2807

Rathdrum Police Dept

2808

Spirit Lake

2830

North Idaho Office of Campus Safety

2900

Latah County Sheriff (Moscow)

2902

Deary Police Dept

2905

Moscow Police Dept

2907

Potlatch Police Dept

2908

Troy Police Dept

3000

Lemhi County Sheriff (Salmon)

3001

Leadore Police Dept

3002

Salmon Police Dept

3100

Lewis County Sheriff (Nez Perce)

3102

Kamiah Police Dept

3200

Lincoln County Sheriff (Shoshone)

3202

Shoshone Police Dept

3300

Madison County Sheriff (Rexburg)

3301

Rexburg Police Dept

3302

Sugar City Police Dept

3400

Minidoka County Sheriff (Rupert)

3402

Heyburn Police Dept

3404

Rupert Police Dept

3500

Nez Perce County Sheriff (Lewiston)

3501

Lapwai Police Dept

3502

Lewiston Police Dept

3503

Nez Perce Tribal Police

3600

Oneida County Sheriff (Malad City)

3700

Owyhee County Sheriff (Murphy)

3701

Homedale

3703

Owyhee Indian Res. Police Dept

3800

Payette County Sheriff (Payette)

3801

Fruitland Police Dept

3802

New Plymouth Police Dept

3803

Payette Police Dept

3900

Power County Sheriff (American Falls)

3901

American Falls Police Dept

4000

Shoshone County Sheriff (Wallace)

4001

Kellogg Police Dept

4002

Mullan Police Dept

4003

Osburn Police Dept

4004

Pinehurst Police Dept

4006

Wallace Police Dept

4007

Wardner Police Dept

4100

Teton County Sheriff (Driggs)

4101

Driggs Police Dept

4200

Twin Falls County Sheriff (Twin Falls)

4201

Buhl Police Dept

4202

Castleford Police Dept

4203

Filer Police Dept

4204

Hansen Police Dept

4205

Kimberly Police Dept

4207

Twin Falls Police Dept

4300

Valley County Sheriff (Cascade)

4301

Cascade Police Dept

4303

Mccall Police Dept

4400

Washington County Sheriff (Weiser)

4402

Weiser Police Dept

9999

Other

SP00

Idaho State Police Hdqt (Meridian)

SP01

Idaho State Police Dist 1 Coeur D'Alene

SP02

Idaho State Police Dist 2 Lewiston

SP03

Idaho State Police Dist 3 Boise

SP04

Idaho State Police Dist 4 Twin Falls

SP05

Idaho State Police Dist 5 Pocatello

SP06

Idaho State Police Dist 6 Idaho Falls

USFS

U.S. Forest Service

8 Officer Responded

Identifies the agency that investigated the crash and submitted the crash report. Idaho only accepts crashes into CIRCA that were investigated by law enforcement.

CODE

OFFICER RESPONDED

N

No

Y

Yes

9 Officer Number

Badge number that identifies the officer that investigated the crash and filled out the crash report.

10 Report District

A code that allows the investigating agency to divide their agency into separate jurisdictions

11 Agency Case ID

The report number used by the investigating agency to identify the report. These numbers are not necessarily unique within the statewide database. Unknown is an acceptable value.

12 Crash Date (C2)

Date when the crash occurred.

13 Crash Month

Calculated from the Crash Date

14 Crash Year

Calculated from the Crash Date

15 Days of Week (CD9)

A day of week checker. Enter 1-7 (Sunday to Saturday) to match the Accident Date. Flagged if day doesn’t match the day calculated from the Accident Date.

CODE

DAY OF WEEK

1

Sunday

2

Monday

3

Tuesday

4

Wednesday

5

Thursday

6

Friday

7

Saturday

16 Crash Time (C2)

Time when the crash occurred. Use military time. Unknown is an acceptable value.

If you enter one or two digits, Impact assumes you mean hour. So, 5 is changed to 05:00 and 23 is changed to 23:00.

If you enter 3 or 4 digits, Impact puts the colon in for you. So, 5 is changed to 05:00 and 2313 is changed to 23:13. Midnight is 00 hour in military time. EXAMPLE: 12:30 AM = 00:30

17 Crash Hour

Truncates the minutes from the Crash Time for easier analysis and reporting.

18 Police Dispatch

Time when the police were dispatched to the crash. Use military time. Unknown is an acceptable value. Police Dispatch cannot be earlier than the Crash Time.

19 Police Arrival

Time when the police arrived at the crash. Use military time. Unknown is an acceptable value. Police Arrival cannot be earlier than the Police Dispatch.

20 1st EMS Provider

If an EMS was dispatched to this crash, select the name of the EMS from the list. If the EMS name is not in the list, enter the name in the EMS Name box.

CODE

EMS PROVIDER

00

No EMS Provider Dispatched

01

No EMS Provider Needed

E1

Aberdeen / Springfield Fire District

S100

Access Air Ambulance

S6

Ada County Paramedics - Boise

S10

Ada-Boi

E100

Air Idaho Rescue

S340

Air St. Lukes

S1

Albion QRU

N100

Alert 2 Up River Ambulance

214

Alpine Fire Brigade - Alpine, WY

999

Ambulance (generic)

ER1

American Falls FD

114

American Medical Response - Spokane

S3

Atlanta QRU

E60

Bannock County Ambulance

SR21

Bannock County Sheriffs Search & Rescue

E24

Bear Lake County Ambulance - Montpelier

E7

Bingham County S & R - Blackfoot

ER3

Blackfoot Fire Department

S36

Blaine County Ambulance - Hailey

S5

Bliss QRU

S110

Boise BLM Smokejumpers

S7

Boise City Fire Dept

N120

Bonner County EMS

N130

Bonner County Sheriffs Emergency

E70

Bonneville County Ambulance

E130

Bonneville County Sheriffs S & R

N3

Boundary Volunteer Amb - Bonners Ferry

N4

Bovill Fire District

S12

Bruneau QRU

S83

Buhl Fire Dept EMS

S17

Caldwell Fire & Rescue

S28

Camas County Ambulance - Fairfield

S18

Cambridge Ambulance

S16

Canyon County Ambulance

S19

Carey QRU

E6

Caribou County Ambulance - Bancroft

E14

Caribou County Ambulance - Grace

E35

Caribou County EMS - Soda Springs

S20

Cascade Ambulance

S93

Cascade Rural Fire & EMS

S21

Castleford QRU

E140

Central Fire District QRU - Rigby

E8

Challis Volunteer Ambulance

E150

Chubbuck Fire Dept

E160

Clark County Ambulance

N6

Clark Fork Valley Ambulance

N33

Clearwater County Ambulance - Orofino

NR1

Coeur D Alene Fire Dept QRU

N24

Community Ambulance - Kellogg

NR41

Cottonwood Fire Dept

S22

Council Valley Ambulance

N10

Craigmont QRU

S23

Crouch Volunteer Ambulance Garden Valley

N11

Culdesac QRU

N12

Deary Ambulance

NR15

Deary Fire District QRU

S87

Declo QRU

S81

Delamar Mine Ambulance

S84

Dietrich QRU

S80

Donnelly Ambulance

E9

Downey Ambulance

E11

Dubois Ambulance

S24

Eagle Fire Protection

N34

East Shoshone QRU - Osborn

E170

Elk Bend QRU

N13

Elk City Ambulance - Idaho County

112

Elko County Ambulance - Nevada

SR11

Elmore County EMS

S55

Elmore Rescue & Extrication

S67

Emergency Response Ambulance - Rupert

S86

Filer QRU

E80

Fort Hall Fire & EMS

E27

Franklin County Ambulance - Preston

E40

Fremont County Ambulance - Ashton

E32

Fremont County EMTS - St. Anthony

S27

Gem County EMS - Emmett

N17

Genesee Community Ambulance

NR21

Genesee Volunteer FD Ambulance

E13

Gibbonsville QRU - North Fork

S32

Gooding County EMS

SR3

Gooding County Fire Dept

S150

Gowen Field Fire Dept

S33

Grand View Ambulance

NR22

Grangeville Fire Dept

S35

Hagerman QRU

S160

Hailey Fire Dept

E2

Harms Memorial Amb - American Falls

N19

Harrison Ambulance

N60

Hauser Lake Fire Dept QRU

N20

Hayden Lake Fire Dept QRU

S68

Hazelton QRU

555

Helicopter (Generic)

S170

Hewlett Packard EMS

S38

Homedale Ambulance

S39

Horseshoe Bend Ambulance

S40

Idaho City Ambulance - East Boise County

E17

Idaho Falls Ambulance

ER5

Idaho Falls Fire Dept

SR1

Idaho Mountain Search & Rescue

S54

Indian Valley Fire Rescue

E16

INEEL Fire Dept - DOE

E180

Inkom QRU

E19

Island Park QRU

N22

J - K Ambulance - Kendrick

E47

Jefferson County Fire District / QRU

S42

Jerome City Fire & Rescue

S370

Jerome County Paramedics

N23

Kamiah Ambulance

N67

Kellogg Ambulance

NR5

Kellogg Fire Dept

SR16

Ketchum Fire Dept

S34

Kimberly QRU

NR17

Kooskia Fire Dept

N59

Kootenai County Fire & Rescue

SR6

Kuna Fire Dept

S45

Kuna QRU

N140

Laclede Community First Responders

N26

Lapwai Valley QRU

E20

Lava Hot Springs

E21

Leadore EMTS

N73

Lewiston Ambulance

N27

Lewiston Fire Dept Ambulance Service

E50

Lewisville Fire District / QRU

S14

Life Run Ambulance - Burley

S44

Lincoln County S&R/Extrication

E3

Lost River EMTS - Arco

N28

Lowell QRU - Kooskia

S46

Lowman Ambulance - East Boise County

E22

Mackay Ambulance

E28

Madison County Ambulance - Rexburg

ER9

Madison County Fire Dept

S82

Magic Valley Paramedics - Twin Falls

S48

Malta Ambulance

S49

Marsing Ambulance

S47

McCall Fire & EMS

S190

McCall Smokejumpers

E240

McCammon FD/QRU

S58

Meadows Valley Ambulance - New Meadows

134

Med Star Helicopter Services - Spokane

S50

Melba QRU

E37

Menan Fire District / QRU

SR8

Meridian Fire Dept

N150

Mica Kidd Island Fire Protection Dist

S201

Micron Technology EMS

S52

Middleton Fire & Rescue

S53

Midvale Fire Dept Ambulance

S210

Mini-Cassia Search & Rescue

S94

Mores Creek Ambulance - E Boise County

N30

Moscow Ambulance

NR7

Moscow Fire Dept

S95

Mountain Home AFB Ambulance

E25

Mud Lake Ambulance

N31

Mullan Ambulance

S56

Murtaugh/Hansen QRU

SR14

MVRMC Ambulance - Twin Falls

S57

Nampa Fire Dept QRU

S59

New Plymouth QRU

109

Newport Ambulance - Newport, WA

N32

Nez Perce Volunteer Ambulance

S220

North Ada County Fire & Rescue

N160

North Idaho Back Country Medical Rescue

N170

Northern Lakes Fire Protection

S230

NPA - Northwest Paramedic Associates

S60

Oakley QRU

E23

Oneida County Ambulance - Malad

S63

Parma Ambulance

S350

Payette County Paramedics

N35

Pierce Ambulance

S29

Pine-Featherville Ambulance

S8

Placerville Ambulance - E Boise County

E26

Pocatello Ambulance

ER7

Pocatello Fire Dept

99

Police

E250

Portneuf MC Life Flight - Pocatello

N39

Potlatch Ambulance

N190

Potlatch Corporation Fire Fighters

N40

Powell QRU

E91

Power County EMS

S88

Prairie QRU

ER8

Preston Fire Dept

N72

Prichard QRU

N200

Prichard/Murray Volunteer Fire Dept

N42

Priest Lake Ambulance QRU

N43

Priest River EMT

98

Private

S240

Raft River Fire Protection

S85

Raft River Rescue

S65

Richfield-Shoshone QRU

N45

Riggins Ambulance

E49

Ririe Fire District / QRU

E30

Roberts Fire District QRU

E38

Rockford Ambulance - Bingham County

E31

Rockland Ambulance

S4

City of Rocks Almo QRU

S250

Rupert City Fire/Rescue

N220

Sagle Fire District

N68

Sagle Ambulance - Bonner County

E33

Salmon EMTS

ER10

Salmon Search & Rescue

N64

Sandpoint Fire Dept QRU - Hartman

N230

Schweitzer Fire District

E34

Shelly-Firth QRU

E12

Sho-Ban EMS - Fort Hall

N260

Shoshone County Fire District #2

N62

Shoshone County Fire Protection Dist #1

N270

Silverwood Theme Park EMT

S71

Smith Ferry Cfr

106

Snowville Ambulance - Utah

E190

South Custer County Ambulance

S15

Southern Idaho Med - Shoshone

N90

Spirit Lake Ambulance FD/QRU

S26

St. Alphonsus Life Flight - Boise

S270

St. Lukes Medical Transport - Boise

N46

St. Maries Ambulance

N290

St. Maries Fire Protection

N9

St. Marys Hospital Amb - Cottonwood

116

St. Patricks Life Flight - Missoula, MT

S72

Stanley Ambulance - Custer County

S280

Star Joint Fire Protection

S73

Star QRU

S290

Sun Valley Fire Dept

E90

Swan Valley Ambulance

N18

Syringa General Hospital Ambulance

N300

Tahoe QRU

N50

Tensed Ambulance & Fire

E10

Teton Valley Ambulance - Driggs

N71

Timberlake Fire Dept QRU

E201

Tri Med Ambulance

N51

Troy Volunteer Ambulance

S300

Twin Falls Fire & Rescue

S30

United Ambulance - Fruitland

N16

Upriver Fire & Medical - Fernwood

N52

Waha QRU

E210

Washington Group International

N54

Weippe Ambulance - Pioneer Med Clinic

S76

Weiser Ambulance

SR2

Wendell Fire Dept

S301

Wendell QRU

S310

West Cassia QRU

S320

West End Fire

N301

Westside Fire District

N55

White Bird QRU

S78

Wilder QRU

N58

Winchester QRU

S330

Wood River Fire & Rescue

N310

Worley Fire Protection District

N56

Worley Volunteer Ambulance

S79

Yellowpine QRU

21 EMS Dispatch

Time when the EMS was dispatched. Use military time. If “No EMS Provider Dispatched” is selected for Ems Provider, then EMS Dispatch is automatically left blank. Unknown is an acceptable value. EMS Dispatch cannot be earlier than the Crash Time.

22 EMS Arrival

Time when EMS arrived at the crash. Use military time. If “No EMS Provider Dispatched” is selected for Ems Provider, then EMS Arrival is automatically left blank. Unknown is an acceptable value. EMS Arrival cannot be earlier than the EMS Dispatch.

23 City (C4)

City in which the crash occurred or the City that is nearest the crash. City must correspond to the County that it is in.

CODE

CITY

COUNTY CODE

00100

Aberdeen

011

00280

Acequia

067

00640

Ahsahka

035

01000

Albion

031

01900

American Falls

077

01990

Ammon

019

03160

Arco

023

03340

Arimo

005

03610

Ashton

043

03700

Athol

055

03970

Atomic City

011

04060

Avery

079

04420

Bancroft

029

04600

Banks

015

04690

Bannock

005

05230

Basalt

011

05590

Bayview

055

06220

Bellevue

013

07840

Blackfoot

011

08470

Bliss

047

08560

Bloomington

007

08700

Boise

001

09370

Bonners Ferry

021

09730

Bovill

057

10450

Bruneau

073

10810

Buhl

083

11260

Burley

031

11710

Butte City

023

12160

Calder

079

12250

Caldwell

027

12520

Cambridge

087

12610

Cameron

069

12790

Carey

013

12880

Careywood

017

13150

Cascade

085

13240

Castleford

083

13330

Cataldo

055

13780

Challis

037

14320

Chester

043

14680

Chubbuck

005

14950

Clark Fork

017

15040

Clarkia

079

15490

Clayton

037

15670

Clearwater

049

15940

Cleveland

041

16120

Clifton

041

16750

Coeur D Alene

055

18640

Cottonwood

049

18820

Council

003

19270

Craigmont

061

19720

Crouch

015

19900

Culdesac

069

20350

Dalton Gardens

055

20710

Dayton

041

20890

Deary

057

20980

Declo

031

21790

Dietrich

063

22330

Donnelly

085

22510

Dover

017

22600

Downey

005

22690

Driggs

081

22780

Drummond

043

22960

Dubois

033

23410

Eagle

001

23680

East Hope

017

24310

Eden

053

25120

Elk River

035

25570

Emmett

045

26290

Fairfield

025

27460

Ferdinand

049

27550

Fernan Lake

055

27730

Filer

083

27910

Firth

011

28360

Fort Hall

011

28990

Fruitland

075

29620

Garden City

001

29710

Garden Valley

015

30160

Genesee

057

30250

Geneva

007

30340

Georgetown

007

31690

Glenns Ferry

039

32140

Gooding

047

32500

Grace

029

32770

Grand View

073

32950

Grangeville

049

33400

Greencreek

049

34300

Hagerman

047

34390

Hailey

013

34570

Hamer

051

34750

Hammett

039

34930

Hansen

083

35200

Harrison

055

35740

Hauser

055

36370

Hayden

055

36460

Hayden Lake

055

36730

Hazelton

053

37360

Heyburn

067

38080

Hollister

083

38170

Homedale

073

38440

Hope

017

38620

Horseshoe Bend

015

39070

Huetter

055

39610

Idaho City

015

39700

Idaho Falls

019

40330

Inkom

005

40420

Iona

019

40510

Irwin

019

40600

Island Park

043

41320

Jerome

053

42130

Juliaetta

057

42400

Kamiah

061

42580

Kellogg

079

42760

Kendrick

057

43030

Ketchum

013

43570

Kimberly

083

44110

Kooskia

049

44200

Kootenai

017

44290

Kuna

001

44830

Lake Fork

085

45370

Lapwai

069

45820

Lava Hot Springs

005

45910

Leadore

059

46090

Lemhi

059

46180

Lenore

069

46450

Letha

045

46540

Lewiston

069

46720

Lewisville

051

47890

Lost River

037

48250

Lowman

015

49240

Mackay

037

49420

Macks Inn

043

50140

Malad City

071

50230

Malta

031

50590

Marble Creek

079

50950

Marsing

073

51130

Marysville

043

51490

Mayfield

039

48790

Mccall

085

48880

Mccammon

005

51670

Meadows

003

51850

Melba

027

52030

Menan

051

52120

Meridian

001

52660

Middleton

027

52750

Midvale

087

53110

Minidoka

067

53920

Montpelier

007

54100

Moore

023

54550

Moscow

057

54730

Mountain Home

039

55270

Moyie Springs

021

55450

Mud Lake

051

55630

Mullan

079

55720

Murphy

073

55900

Murtaugh

083

56260

Nampa

027

56890

New Meadows

003

56980

New Plymouth

075

56800

Newdale

043

57250

Nezperce

061

58060

Notus

027

58330

Oakley

031

58600

Oldtown

017

58870

Onaway

057

59320

Orofino

035

59590

Osburn

079

60040

Oxford

041

60580

Paris

007

60760

Parker

043

13870

Parkline

009

60940

Parma

027

61210

Paul

067

61300

Payette

075

61840

Peck

069

62740

Pierce

035

63550

Placerville

015

63910

Plummer

009

64090

Pocatello

005

64360

Pollock

049

64450

Ponderay

017

64810

Post Falls

055

64900

Potlatch

057

65530

Priest River

017

66340

Rathdrum

055

67150

Reubens

061

67420

Rexburg

065

67600

Richfield

063

67780

Rigby

051

67870

Riggins

049

67960

Ririe

019

68500

Roberts

051

69130

Rockland

077

70660

Rupert

067

71020

Saint Anthony

043

71110

Saint Charles

007

71470

Saint Maries

009

71650

Salmon

059

72100

Sandpoint

017

73450

Shelley

011

73900

Shoshone

063

75070

Smelterville

079

75160

Smiths Ferry

085

75250

Soda Springs

029

75970

Spencer

033

76060

Spirit Lake

055

76780

Stanley

037

76870

Star

001

77050

State Line

055

77500

Stites

049

78040

Sugar City

065

78850

Sun Valley

013

79120

Swan Valley

019

80200

Tensed

009

80380

Teton

043

80470

Tetonia

081

82360

Troy

057

82810

Twin Falls

083

83350

Ucon

019

84250

Victor

081

84790

Wallace

079

85240

Wardner

079

85420

Warm River

043

86050

Weippe

035

86140

Weiser

087

86320

Wendell

047

87040

Weston

041

87310

White Bird

049

87670

Wilder

027

87850

Winchester

061

88480

Worley

055

24 In City Limits (C4)

Select Yes if the crash occurred within the City/Town limits you selected.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

25 Distance in Miles

The distance in miles away from the City/Town limits that the crash occurred. Round to the nearest tenth of a mile – like 4.2

26 Direction from City

CODE

DIRECTION

N

North

S

South

E

East

W

West

NE

Northeast

NW

Northwest

SE

Southeast

SW

Southwest

27 County (C3)

County where the crash occurred.

CODE

COUNTY

001

Ada

003

Adams

005

Bannock

007

Bear Lake

009

Benewah

011

Bingham

013

Blaine

015

Boise

017

Bonner

019

Bonneville

021

Boundary

023

Butte

025

Camas

027

Canyon

029

Caribou

031

Cassia

033

Clark

035

Clearwater

037

Custer

039

Elmore

041

Franklin

043

Fremont

045

Gem

047

Gooding

049

Idaho

051

Jefferson

053

Jerome

055

Kootenai

057

Latah

059

Lemhi

061

Lewis

063

Lincoln

065

Madison

067

Minidoka

069

Nez Perce

071

Oneida

073

Owyhee

075

Payette

077

Power

079

Shoshone

081

Teton

083

Twin Falls

085

Valley

087

Washington

28 Private Property

Select Yes if the crash occurred on private property. If “Yes” – include in the narrative the distance and direction from the nearest cross street.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

29 Speed Limit on Primary Street (V12)

Record the posted or legal speed limit for the primary street.

30 Speed Limit on Secondary Street (V12)

Record the posted or legal speed limit for the secondary street.

31 Intersection Related

If the Location Type is “1 – At an Intersection”, then Intersection related is “Yes”. If Location type is “2 – One Street NOT at intersection – but MAY BE intersection related”, the officer determines if the crash was related to an intersection. All other location types are automatically coded as not intersection-related.

CODE

INTERSECTION RELATED

N

No

Y

Yes

32 Type of Intersection

Only filled out if the crash is Intersection Related, otherwise automatically coded as Not an Intersection.

CODE

TYPE OF INTERSECTION

01

Not at intersection

02

Four-way Intersection

03

Five-point or more

04

Roundabout

05

Traffic Circle

06

T-Intersection

07

Y-Intersection

-U

Unknown

33 Road Lanes (V15)

Number of through lanes on the primary street.

34 Interchange Number

If the crash occurred in an interchange, record the interchange number. The interchange number is the same as the exit number. Record the number on the exit sign for that interchange. Unknown is an acceptable value.

35 Railroad Crossing ID Number (RL10)

If the crash occurred at or near a railroad crossing, enter the railroad crossing number. The railroad crossing number has six numeric digits and one letter, such as 812672Y, 058856U, or 811554T. The number is usually displayed on a small sign located on the railroad crossing sign post. Unknown is an acceptable value.

36 Route ID (C5 - LRS)

The Idaho Transportation Department’s linear referencing system was changed to ESRI Roads & Highways. The Route ID is the unique identifier for the route and the measure is the point on the route.

37 Measure (C5 - LRS)

Measure is the location of the accident, in 999.999 format. Example: 012.100- The Idaho Transportation Department’s linear referencing system was changed to ESRI Roads & Highways. The Route ID is the unique identifier for the location on the route and the measure is the point on the route.

38 Milepost Accuracy (Tolerance Factor)

Accuracy rating for the milepost provided by the police. Based on the Distance from a reference point

DISTANCE FROM

TOLERANCE

0-400 ft

.01

400-1000 ft

.02

1001-5280 ft

.05

0-.2 miles

.02

.21-1 mile

.05

>than 1 mile

.10

39 Functional Class (RL5)

A classification of roadways based on the character of service they are intended to provide.

DATA LINKAGE: If the roadway has a Route ID and Measure, the functional class is automatically filled in through data linkage with the linear referencing system tables for any functional class greater than Local. Otherwise, the Functional Class is manually coded as Local.

CODE

FUNCTIONAL CLASS

01

Interstate

02

Principal Arterial – Other Freeways or Expressways

03

Principal Arterial - Other

04

Minor Arterial

05

Major Collector

06

Minor Collector

07

Local

-U

Unknown

40 State Highway System (RL4)

DATA LINKAGE: Based on the segment code and milepost, the type of state highway is entered automatically through data linkage with the linear referencing system tables. If there is no segment code, automatically coded as “Not in State Highway System”

CODE

STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

OH

Off Highway

IN

Interstate

US

U.S. Highway

SH

State Highway

FD

Federal Routes

PO

Polygon Routes

41 Lane of Impact

Lane code where accident occurred

CODE

LANE OF IMPACT

50

Right Lane

51

Inside Lane (1)

99

Center Lane/Median

00

Curb Line Off Pavemt

29

Ramp-Between Gores

30

Ramp Lane

31

Ramp-Left Turn Lane (1)

32

Ramp-Left Turn Lane (2)

47

Right Turn Lane (3)

48

Right Turn Lane (2)

49

Right Turn Lane (1)

52

Inside Lane (2)

53

Inside Lane (3)

54

Inside Lane (4)

55

Inside Lane (5)

56

Inside Lane (6)

-U

Unknown

42 Lane Direction

Ascending or Descending – direction of lane in which accident occurred. North & East are always ascending; South & West are descending. Exceptions: one way streets are always ascending.

CODE

LANE DIRECTION

A

Ascending

D

Descending

-U

Unknown

43 Latitude (C5 - Lat/Long)

DATA LINKAGE: An application using the ITD linear referencing system Roads & Highways is used to determine the latitude and longitude of the crash location after the crash arrives at the OHS. The Latitude is automatically entered when the crash location is selected in the electronic map application.

44 Longitude (C5 - Lat/Long)

DATA LINKAGE: An application using the ITD linear referencing system Roads & Highways is used to determine the latitude and longitude of the crash location after the crash arrives at the OHS. The Longitude is automatically entered when the crash location is selected in the electronic map application.

45 Horizontal Datum (C5 - Lat/Long)

DATA LINKAGE: An application using the ITD linear referencing system Roads & Highways is used to determine the latitude and longitude of the crash location after the crash arrives at the OHS. The Horizontal Datum is automatically entered when the crash location is selected in the electronic map application.

CODE

HORIZONTAL DATUM

84

WGS84

83

NAD83

27

NAD27

46 Urban Type

DATA LINKAGE: An application using the ITD linear referencing system Roads & Highways is used to determine the crash location after the crash arrives at the OHS. The Urban Type is automatically entered when the crash location is selected in the electronic map application if the roadway has a Route ID – if the roadway does not have a Route ID, the Urban Type is manually entered.

URBAN TYPE

Urban

Rural

47 Reportable?

An indicator that designates whether the crash was reportable. To be a reportable crash, it must be unintentional, have occurred on a public roadway, and resulted in an injury or more than $1,500 dollars in property damage to any one person in the crash.

48 Official?

An indicator that designates whether the crash was “Official”. Official crashes are those used to generate the statistics for the annual “Idaho Traffic Crashes“ report. Having this indicator allows the data to be analyzed at a later date and have the data be consistent with what was originally analyzed for the crash report.

49 User that Owns this Crash

From the POLICE tab in EIMPACT - Identifies the user that originally created the crash in EIMPACT.

Conditions Elements (Crash Level)

50 Were Lanes Blocked?

Select ‘Yes’ if there were 1 or more lanes blocked from either involved vehicles or response vehicles

CODE

WERE LANES BLOCKED?

N

No

Y

Yes

51 Lanes Cleared Date

Date when the lanes were cleared. This date may differ from the crash date if the crash occurred close to midnight and the lanes were cleared after midnight or the road was closed for more than a day. Cannot be earlier than Crash Date.

52 Lanes Cleared Time

Time when the Lanes were cleared. Use military time. If you enter one or two digits, Impact assumes you mean hour. If you enter 3 or 4 digits, Impact puts the colon in for you. So, 5 is changed to 05:00 and 2313 is changed to 23:13. Midnight is 00 hour in military time. EXAMPLE: 12:30 AM = 00:30

53 Light Condition (C11)

Select the item that best describes the light condition at the time of the collision.

CODE

LIGHT CONDITION

01

Day

03

Dark, Street Lights On

04

Dark, Street Lights Off

05

Dark, No Street Lights

02

Dawn or Dusk

-U

Unknown

54 Weather Condition 1 (C10 - Subfield) & 55 Weather Condition 2 (C10 - Subfield 2)

Weather conditions at the time of the crash.

CODE

WEATHER CONDITIONS

01

Clear

02

Cloudy

07

Blowing Dust/Sand

B

Blowing Snow

06

Fog

03

Rain

08

Severe Cross Winds

05

Sleet/Hail

A

Smoke/Smog

04

Snow

-U

Unknown

56 Road Surface Conditions (C12)

Select the item that best describes the surface condition of the roadway at the time of the crash.

CODE

ROAD SURFACE CONDITION

01

Dry

04

Ice

06

Mud/dirt/gravel

11

Oil

12

Sand

03

Slush

05

Snow

07

Water – standing/moving

02

Wet

09

Other

-U

Unknown

57 Other Road Condition (C14)

If there is a road defect in the immediate vicinity of the crash scene, select the item which best describes the defect: Otherwise, select None

CODE

OTHER ROAD CONDITION

OBSOLETE

00

None

08

Flooded

Obsolete (2011)

04

High/Low Shoulder

07

Lane Closed

05

Loose Gravel/Seal Coat

A

Poor Pavement Markings

01

Ruts/Bumps/Holes

02

Slick Asphalt (Bleeding)

06

Construction/Work Zone

Obsolete (2011)

03

Washboard

09

Other

-U

Unknown

58 Road Type (V14)

Select the item that describes the type of roadway at the point of impact on the Primary Street.

Definitions:

2-Way & No Divider:

Traffic travels in opposite directions with no physical barrier separating the opposing lanes of travel. Roads may have painted lines and no center turn lane.

2-way & 2-Way Left-turn lane /Divider:

Traffic travels in opposite directions with a painted center divider primarily used as a (continuous) center turn lane.

2-way & 2 Double Yellow Painted Divider:

Traffic travels in opposite direction with a double yellow painted line indicating “DO NOT CROSS”/ ”DO NOT PASS”.

2-way & Raised /Depressed Divider:

Two-way road with a separator, raised, depressed center section (example: jersey barrier, median) used to restrict traffic

EXAMPLE: Interstates

1-Way:

Traffic travels in the same direction. (Not an interstate)

Ramp:

Auxiliary roadway used for entering or leaving through traffic lanes.

EXAMPLE: Interstate ramps or US highway ramps

Alley:

Narrow passageway or lane that runs between or behind buildings.

Other:

EXPLAIN in the narrative

CODE

ROAD TYPE

04

2-Way & No Divider

02

2-Way & 2-Way Left-Turn Lane/Divider

A

2-Way & 2 Double Yellow Painted Divider

01

2-Way & Raised/Depressed Divider

03

1-Way

05

Ramp

06

Alley

07

Rest Area

08

Port Of Entry

09

Other

-U

Unknown

59 Road Surface Type

Select what best describes the road materials which make up the primary road

CODE

ROAD SURFACE TYPE

02

Paved (Asphalt)

01

Concrete

03

Gravel/Stone

04

Dirt

09

Other

-U

Unknown

60 Horizontal Geometrics (V16 - Subfield 1)

Select the item that best describes the horizontal geometrics of the road at the exact location of the crash.

CODE

HORIZONTAL GEOMETRICS

01

Straight

02

Curve

-U

Unknown

61 Vertical Geometrics (V16 - Subfield 2)

Select the item that best describes the vertical geometrics of the road at the exact location of the crash.

CODE

VERTICAL GEOMETRICS

05

Level

01

Upgrade or Downgrade

03

Hillcrest

-U

Unknown

62 Traffic Control Device (V17 - Subfield 1)

Select the traffic control device that is on the Primary Street unless there is a non-functioning or missing device.

If so, select the non-functioning or missing device.

CODE

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE

00

None

10

Stop Sign on Cross Street Only

12

Stop Signs all Directions

03

Traffic Signal

02

Yield

04

Flashing Beacon

B

No Passing Barrier Line

08

Officer/Flagger

13

RRX - Stop Sign

07

RRX - Flashing Beacon

06

RRX - Gates/Signal

A

School Bus Signal

14

School Zone

05

Traffic Signal – Pedestrian only

C

Construction Signing

Obsolete (2011)

D

Work Zone / Signed

Obsolete (2011)

01

Stop Sign

Obsolete (2011)

09

Other

-U

Unknown

63 Traffic Control Devices Status (V17 - Subfield 2)

The traffic control device you selected previously was either functioning, non-functioning or removed (vandalism, construction, etc).

If Traffic Control Device = None, Traffic Control Status is automatically left blank.

CODE

STATUS

01

Functioning

02

Not Functioning

03

Removed

-U

Unknown

Locality (OBSOLETE – No longer collected after 2011)

Select the item that best describes the locale in which the collision occurred.

CODE

LOCALITY

01

Business or Commercial

02

Industrial Manufacturing

03

School or Playground

04

Recreational Area

05

Agricultural

06

Undeveloped

07

Residential

09

Other

-U

Unknown

64 Work Zone Related (C18 - Subfield 1)

A crash that occurs in or related to a construction, maintenance, or utility work zone, whether or not workers were actually present at the time of the crash. 'Work zone-related' crashes may also include those involving motor vehicles slowed or stopped because of the work zone, even if the first harmful event occurred before the first warning sign.

CODE

WORK ZONE RELATED

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

Subfields 64-67 are only completed if Work Zone Related is Yes.

65 Work Zone Crash Location (C18 - Subfield 2)

Before First Warning Sign: This would be a work zone area crash due to traffic being backed up from the work zone.

Advance Warning Area: notifies traffic of what to expect ahead.

Transition Area: moves traffic from normal path. Activity Area: where work takes place.

Termination Area: traffic resumes normal path.

CODE

WORK ZONE LOCATION

01

Before the First Work Zone Warning Sign

02

Advance Warning Area

03

Transition Area

04

Activity Area (Work incident area)

05

Termination Area

-U

Unknown

66 Work Zone Type (C18 - Subfield 3)

Select the most appropriate work zone type.

CODE

WORK ZONE TYPE

01

Lane Closure

02

Lane Shift / Crossover

03

Intermittent or Moving Work

04

Work on Shoulder or Median

09

Other

-U

Unknown

67 Work Zone - Workers Present (C18 - Subfield 4)

Were there workers on-site during the time of the incident?

CODE

WORKERS PRESENT?

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

68 Work Zone - Law Enforcement Present (C18 - Subfield 5)

Was there Law Enforcement on-site during the time of the incident?

This is referring to a special patrol or measures for work zone safety.

CODE

WORK ZONE RELATED

01

No

02

Officer Present

03

Law Enforcement Vehicle only

-U

Unknown

69 Were Photos Taken at the Scene?

CODE

PHOTOS TAKEN

N

No

Y

Yes

70 Original Report Date (called Date of Report/Date Created in eIMPACT)

Automatically defaults to the date the officer began the report.

71 eIMPACT Date Updated

The last date the crash report was updated. It is automatically filled in when the report is re-saved.

72 eIMPACT Date Completed

The date the report is marked as complete and ready for approval/transmission. Each law enforcement agency has their own approval process. The date is automatically entered.

73 eIMPACT Date Approved

The date the approving officer marks the crash as approved and ready for transmission to the Idaho Office of Highway Safety. The date is automatically entered.

74 eIMPACT Date Transmitted

The date the report is transmitted to the Idaho Office of Highway Safety. The date is automatically entered.

75 eIMPACT Date Exported

The date the crash exported from eIMPACT and imported into CIRCA. The date is automatically entered.

76 Unique Record ID

Used to identify duplicate crash reports if an agency makes a change to a report and retransmits. The Unique Record ID is assigned by the software.

77 Intersection ID

Unique identifier for each intersection in the state. Allows Idaho to alias streets with multiple names as the same intersection and uniquely identifies intersections that may have the same name. Important for properly analyzing intersections.

78 Location Ref

The names of the streets, City, and County that correspond to the Intersection ID.

79 Severity (CD1)

Severity is calculated from the highest degree of injury sustained in the crash. For Severity, Non-reportable crashes had no injuries AND include those that did not occur on a public roadway, were intentional, or did not cause more than $1,500 in property damage.

CODE

SEVERITY

0

Non Reportable

1

Property Dmg Report

3

C Injury Accident

5

B Injury Accident

7

A Injury Accident

9

Fatal Accident

80 Number of Fatalities (CD6)

Calculated from the number people in the crash with injury types that are fatalities. A fatality is any person that dies within 30 days of the crash as a result of injuries sustained from the crash.

81 Number of Injuries (CD5)

Calculated from the number of people in the crash with Serious, Visible, or Possible (A, B, or C) injury types.

82 Number of Persons

Calculated from the number of people involved in the crash.

83 Number of Units

Calculated from the number of units involved in the crash. Pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians count as a unit.

84 Number of Commercial Vehicles

Calculated from the number of units that were indicated as commercial vehicles involved in the crash.

85 CIRCA Create Date

The date the crash was imported into CIRCA. CIRCA is the Idaho Statewide crash database. The Create Date is populated automatically by the software.

86 CIRCA Assigned to User

The OHS Crash Data Technician that the crash was automatically transferred to – based on geographic area.

87 CIRCA Update Date/Time

The date/time the record was last updated in the Idaho Statewide database is automatically entered.

88 CIRCA Update User

The user that signed in to enter or update the report in the Idaho Statewide database is automatically recorded.

89 CIRCA Complete Date/Time

The date/time the record was originally completed in the Idaho Statewide database is automatically entered.

90 CIRCA Complete User

The user that signed in and originally completed the report in the Idaho Statewide database is automatically recorded.

Event Elements (Vehicle Level)

Can enter as many events as are necessary to describe the crash.

91 Event (C8, V20)

Select the item that best describes this event. Don’t forget the common initial events like Loss Of Control and Ran Off Road.

If this event involves a pedestrian, pedalcycle or train, then select "pedestrian" or "pedalcycle", etc. as the action rather than a collision action such as "Head-On" or "Sideswipe".

If this event involves a horse and rider, then select “Other” as the action and specify Equestrian in the Other information popup box.

CODE

EVENT

10

Loss of Control

05

Ran Off Road

50

Head-On

54

Head-On Turning

51

Rear-End

56

Rear-End Turning

58

Angle

59

Angle Turning

52

Side Swipe Same

53

Side Swipe Opposite

62

Same Direction Turning

60

Backed Into

61

Parked Car

20

Parked Car - on Private Property

15

Pedalcycle

14

Pedestrian

17

Animal - Domestic

18

Animal - Wild

24

Bridge Rail

23

Bridge/Parapet End

22

Bridge/Pier/Abutment

48

Building/Wall

74

Cable Barrier

71

Came Back on Road

03

Cargo Loss/Shift

28

Concrete Traffic Barrier

76

Cross Median

41

Culvert

42

Curb

40

Delineator Post

43

Ditch

06

Down Hill Runaway

72

Drove Left of Center

44

Embankment

11

Fell/Pushed/Jumped

45

Fence

07

Fire/Explosion

08

Gas/Inhalation

27

Guardrail End

26

Guardrail Face

13

Immersion

21

Impact Attenuator

04

Jackknifed

46

Mailbox

12

Non-Collision Injury

98

Non-Contact Unit

99

Other

49

Other Fixed Object

09

Other Non-Collision

19

Other Object Not Fixed

39

Other Post, Pole or Support

25

Overpass

01

Overturn

16

Railroad Train

02

Separation of Units

77

Struck by Falling/Shifting Cargo or Anything set in motion by a motor vehicle

78

Thrown or Falling Object

30

Traffic Sign Support

80

Traffic Signal Support

47

Tree

81

Utility/Light Support

82

Vehicle Equipment Failure (Blown Tire/Brake Failure)

32

Luminaire/Light Support

Obsolete (2011)

33

Utility Pole

Obsolete (2011)

31

Overhead Sign Support

Obsolete (2011)

92 First Unit (P26)

This first unit is the one that caused the event. For example, if the event is Rear End, this unit is the one that rear-ended the other unit. The other would be put in the second unit slot, titled "To which other unit?

For many events, this first unit slot is the only one filled in. You would never leave this blank and put something in "To which other unit?"

The Unit Number is used to identify the unit.

93 Second Unit (P26)

This is the unit to which the event happened. It only applies to events that involve two units, such as: Rear End, Head On, Angle, Pedestrian, Pedalcycle, etc.

The Unit Number is used to identify the unit.

94 Event Location (C7)

Select the area of the roadway where the event occurred.

EXAMPLE:

Unit 1 Driver: lost control, ran off the roadway on the right, and hit a mailbox.

EVENT: EVENT LOCATION:

  • Did What? At What Location?

  • Loss of Control On Roadway

  • Ran off Road Right Shoulder

  • Mailbox On Roadside

NOTE:

Roadside: Refers to the area between the shoulder and the property line.

Outside Right of Way: Refers to locations beyond the property line.

CODE

EVENT LOCATION

01

On Roadway

02

Left Shoulder

03

Right Shoulder

04

Roadside or Sidewalk

05

Outside Right-Of-Way

06

Off Roadway-Location Unknown

07

Median

08

Gore

A

In Parking Lot

B

Parking Lot Access Rd

P

Private Property

09

Other

Property Damage Elements (Crash Level)

95 Item Damaged

If property was damaged in the crash, select the item that best describes the object struck.

OTHER: EXPLAIN IN THE NARRATIVE

PARKED CAR on Private Property refers to units parked on private property or in parking lots.

CODE

ITEM DAMAGED

36

Animal

23

Bridge/Overpass

61

Building

62

Bus Shelter

17

Ditch or Culvert

33

Embankment, hill, cliff

34

Fence

52

Fire Hydrant

53

Gas meter

21

Guardrail

16

Jersey Barrier

32

Lawn/Shrubs

35

Mailbox

22

Median Barrier

99

Other

63

Parked Car

15

Reflector post or delineator

12

Sign

11

Street Light/Utility Pole

13

Traffic Control Device, temporary

14

Traffic signals, supports

31

Tree

51

Utility Box

24

Retaining Wall

96 Estimated Damage

Enter a rough estimate of the amount of damage done to Item Damaged.

MAY LEAVE FIELD BLANK

97 Owner Name

Name of the property owner.

Unit Elements (Unit Level)

99 Unit Type (V8, V23, V28)

Adding the Units is the first selection made when entering a crash, along with whether the unit was a non contact unit, the number of persons riding in/on the unit, whether the unit was a commercial vehicle, and whether the unit was carrying hazardous materials. A description of each unit type appears at the bottom of the Add a Unit screen when the unit type is highlighted.

Hit & Run is used as the unit type if absolutely no information is known about the unit. If Hit & Run is selected as the Unit Type, all information about the vehicle defaults to Unknown.

CODE

UNIT TYPE

06

Car

32

Pickup

33

SUV/Crossover

41

Van - 1 to 8 seats

42

Van/Bus - 9 to 15 seats

34

Cargo Van

15

Bus - 16 or more seats

01

Pedestrian

02

Pedalcycle

03

Motorcycle

04

Moped

31

Scooter

05

ATV

11

Snowmobile

10

Motor Home

21

Truck - 2 Axle/6 Tires

22

Truck - 3+ Axle

24

Bobtail/Tractor - No Trailer

25

Tractor - 1 Trailer

26

Tractor - 2 Trailers

27

Tractor - 3 Trailers

30

Farm Equipment

40

Construction Equipment

12

Equestrian

28

Train

23

Truck With Trailer

99

Other

-U

Hit & Run

07

Pickup/Van/Panel/SUV

Obsolete (2011)

08

Pickup Camper

Obsolete (2011)

100 Non-Contact Unit?

When adding a unit, if the investigating officer selects Yes, a dialog box comes up which asks “Are you saying this vehicle was NOT contacted (physically hit) in this crash?”. If the officer again selects “Yes”, the unit is added as a non-contact vehicle,. If the officer selects “No”, then the unit is added as a contact vehicle (Non-contact Unit = ‘No”). This can be changed later in the report.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

101 Hit and Run

If the driver and/or vehicle left the scene, select Yes. (Note: this is different than a Unit Type of Hit & Run).

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

102 Commercial Motor Vehicle

For certain motor vehicle unit types, when adding a unit, the officer is asked “Was this vehicle being used in a business capacity at the time of the crash? Yes means the unit will be considered a commercial vehicle (and the commercial vehicle tab is activated so those elements can be filled out). No means the unit is not commercial.”

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

103 Owner Last Name

Last name of registered vehicle owner - should be obtained from the vehicle registration

104 Owner First Name

First name of registered vehicle owner - should be obtained from the vehicle registration.

105 Owner Middle Initial

Middle initial of registered vehicle owner - should be obtained from the vehicle registration.

106 Vehicle Special Use (C17, V10, V22)

Select the item that describes the use of the vehicle AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH.

For example, if the unit is a taxi which was being used as a private vehicle at the time of the crash, select “No Specialized Use”. If it was being used as a taxi, select the “Taxi” item.

CODE

VEHICLE SPECIAL USE

00

No Specialized Use

02

Ambulance

10

Bus - Intercity (e.g. Greyhound)

11

Bus - Public Transit, Commuter

08

Bus - School

13

Bus - Tour / Charter

03

Driver Training

06

Fire

04

Government

14

Limousine

15

Military

09

Other

01

Police

16

Shuttle

17

Snow Plow

05

Taxi

07

Wrecker

NA

Non-Vehicle

-U

Unknown

107 Emergency Use (V11)

This element is only filled out if the Vehicle Special Use is Ambulance, Fire, or Police and indicates operation of any UNIT that is legally authorized to respond to emergencies with or without the use of emergency warning equipment, such as a police vehicle, fire truck, or ambulance while actually engaged in such response.

Yes is used if the UNIT was on an emergency response, regardless of whether the emergency equipment was activated.

CODE

EMERGENCY USE

01

YES: In transit, Emergency Lights Activated

02

YES: In transit, Emergency Lights NOT active

03

YES: STANDING or PARKED, Emergency Lights Activated

04

YES: STANDING or PARKED, Emergency Lights NOT active

05

NO: NOT on an Emergency Response

108 License Plate Number (V4)

Record the exact license plate number.

If the license plate is missing or unreadable because of damage, record the license number off the vehicle registration.

COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

If a Commercial Vehicle has multiple license plates displayed, record the license number off the vehicle registration.

If multiple license plates are on the trailer, this information can be recorded in the Narrative.

DATA LINKAGE for vehicles registered in Idaho: After the report is imported into CIRCA, the License Plate Number, Vehicle Identification Number, Owner Name, Make, Model, Year, and Color are verified against the Vehicle Registration database. The crash analyst makes the decision to keep the information as entered by law enforcement or change to the database information – if there are differences.

109 Plate State (V3)

Select the name of the state or province that issued the vehicle license plate.

For U.S. Government plates, use "US Government Tags" or "Military Vehicles" from the drop-down list. (There is only one state edit table and applies to both Driver’s License and License Plates)

CODE

STATE LICENSE PLATE WAS ISSUED

01

No Plates

02

No License

-U

Unknown

AL

Alabama

AK

Alaska

AZ

Arizona

AR

Arkansas

CA

California

CO

Colorado

CT

Connecticut

DE

Delaware

DC

District of Columbia

FL

Florida

GA

Georgia

HI

Hawaii

ID

Idaho

IL

Illinois

IN

Indiana

IA

Iowa

KS

Kansas

KY

Kentucky

LA

Louisiana

ME

Maine

MD

Maryland

MA

Massachusetts

MI

Michigan

MN

Minnesota

MS

Mississippi

MO

Missouri

MT

Montana

NE

Nebraska

NV

Nevada

NH

New Hampshire

NJ

New Jersey

NM

New Mexico

NY

New York

NC

North Carolina

ND

North Dakota

OH

Ohio

OK

Oklahoma

OR

Oregon

PA

Pennsylvania

RI

Rhode Island

SC

South Carolina

SD

South Dakota

TN

Tennessee

TX

Texas

UT

Utah

VT

Vermont

VA

Virginia

WA

Washington

WV

West Virginia

WI

Wisconsin

WY

Wyoming

DS

The U.S. Department of State

AS

American Samoa Panama Canal Zone

PZ

Panama Canal Zone

FM

Federated States of Micronesia

GU

Guam

MP

Northern Mariana Islands

PW

Palau

PR

Puerto Rico

UM

U.S. Minor Outlying Islands

MH

Marshall Islands

VI

Virgin Islands of the U.S.

WK

Wake Island

AB

Alberta

BC

British Columbia

MB

Manitoba

NB

New Brunswick

NF

Newfoundland

NT

Northwest Territory

NS

Nova Scotia

NU

Nunavut

ON

Ontario

PE

Prince Edward Island

QC

Quebec

SK

Saskatchewan

YT

Yukon Territory

AG

Aguascalientes

BA

Baja California Norte

BJ

Baja California Sur

CM

Campeche

CI

Chiapas

CH

Chihuahua

CU

Coahuila de Zaragoza

CL

Colima

DF

Distrito Federal

DO

Durango

GT

Guanajuato

GR

Guerrero

HL

Hidalgo

JL

Jalisco

MX

Mexico

MC

Michoacan de Ocampo

MR

Moreios

NA

Nayarit

NL

Nuevo Leon

OA

Oaxaca

PB

Puebla

QU

Queretero de Arteaga

QR

Quintana Roo

SL

San Luis Potosi

SI

Sinaloa

SO

Sonora

TB

Tabasco

TA

Tamaulipas

TL

Tlaxcala

VC

Veracruz-Llava

YU

Yucatan

ZA

Zacatecas

XX

Foreign Countries

MV

Military Vehicles

99

Other

FD

US Government Tag

PQ

Quebec

Obsolete (2011)

SN

Saskatchewan

Obsolete (2011)

110 Vehicle Identification Number - VIN (V1)

VIN numbers are imprinted on the dashboard (drivers side) of most vehicles.

VIN numbers can be obtained from the vehicle registration.

Under extreme conditions if the VIN number cannot be correctly identified or located, use the ~ Tilde key for UNKNOWN.

EXAMPLE: (letters and numbers usually totaling 17 characters)

1GKML19X5FS311756

111 Vehicle Year (V6)

Enter the model year of the vehicle.

You may enter just the year and IMPACT will translate the century.

EXAMPLE: 58 becomes 1958

5 becomes 2005

112 Vehicle Make (V5)

Select the manufacturer of the unit.

If the manufacturer is not listed, choose Other.

OTHER: Explain in the narrative

CODE

VEHICLE MAKE

03

Acura

31

Alfa Romeo

01

American

15

Arctic Cat

32

Audi

33

Austin

90

Bluebird (Bus)

34

BMW

80

Brockway

70

BSA

18

Buick

19

Cadillac

20

Chevrolet

06

Chrysler

28

Daewoo

16

Daihatsu

ZZ

Datsun

81

Diamond-Reo

07

Dodge

ZX

Eagle

36

Fiat

12

Ford

82

Freightliner

83

Fwd

GE

Geo

23

GMC

25

Grumman

72

Harley-Davidson

08

Hino

37

Honda

17

Hummer

55

Hyundai

58

Infiniti

84

International

38

Isuzu

05

Iveco

39

Jaguar

02

Jeep

73

Kawasaki

85

Kenworth

54

Kia

40

Lancia

26

Landrover

59

Lexus

13

Lincoln

86

Mack

41

Mazda

42

Mercedes-Benz

9J

Mercury

56

Merkur

43

MG

52

Mitsubishi

27

Navistar

35

Nissan

75

Norton

21

Oldsmobile

14

Opel

99

Other

87

Peterbilt

44

Peugeot

09

Plymouth

11

Polaris

22

Pontiac

45

Porsche

69

Range Rover

46

Renault

47

Saab

24

Saturn

10

Sterling

48

Subaru

53

Suzuki

49

Toyota

50

Triumph

TM

Triumph MC

04

Ud

30

Volkswagen

51

Volvo

91

Western Star

89

White

76

Yamaha

57

Yugo

98

Zczy

-U

Unknown

113 Vehicle Model (V7)

The vehicle model name.

EXAMPLE: Camry, F150, Silverado, Suburban, Explorer..

Vehicle Body Style (Obsolete 2011)

Select the item which best describes the unit's body style.

CODE

VEHICLE BODY STYLE

01

Convertible

02

2 Door

03

4 Door

04

Moped

05

ATV

06

Station Wagon

07

SUV \ ORV

09

Other

10

Hatchback

11

Motorcycle

15

Bus

30

Farm Equip

38

Construction Equip

39

Ambulance / EMS

40

Limousine

41

Motor Home

42

Fire Truck

50

Pickup

51

Van

57

Truck Tractor

60

Truck

DB

Dune Buggy

NA

Non-Vehicle

RV

RV / Snowmobile

114 Attachment 1 and 115 Attachment 2

If the unit has one or more attachments, select the item that best describes the first attachment from the drop-down list.

If the unit has no attachment select None.

CODE

ATTACHMENT

00

None

01

Boat Trailer

05

Mobile Home

04

Towed Vehicle

03

Travel Trailer

02

Utility Trailer

09

Other

-U

Unknown

116 Insured?

Select Yes if liability insurance is in effect for the vehicle.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

Estimated Damage (Obsolete (2011)

Enter your estimate of the cost of damage for this unit. You don't need cents or a dollar sign. If the unit was not damaged, enter 0.

117, 118, 119 Contributing Circumstances 1, 2 & 3 (C13, C14, V25, P13, P16, P23)

Select up to three choices that indicate circumstances that MAY HAVE contributed to the crash.

NONE: No contributing circumstances

NOTE: If vehicle defect items are selected, use only those vehicle defects that may have contributed to the crash.

EXAMPLE: “Light Defect” would not be selected for a crash that occurred in daylight.

OTHER: Explain in narrative

Selecting “Distraction IN or ON Vehicle” or “Vision Obstruction” activates additional fields to fill out identifying the distraction or vision obstruction.

CODE

CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCE

00

None

21

Alcohol Impaired

36

Animal(s) in Roadway

24

Asleep, Drowsy, Fatigued

32

Distracted IN or ON Vehicle

07

Drove Left of Center

34

Drug Impaired

37

Emotional – Depressed, Angry, Disturbed

01

Exceeded Posted Speed

38

Failed to Maintain Lane

15

Failed to Obey Signal

14

Failed to Obey Stop Sign

12

Failed to Signal

13

Failed to Yield

06

Following Too Close

39

Foot Slipped Off or Caught On Pedal

10

Improper Backing

05

Improper Lane Change

04

Improper Overtaking

11

Improper Turn

35

Improper Use of Turn Lane

28

Improperly Parked

22

Inattention

99

Other

08

Overcorrected

27

Physical Impairment

31

Previous Accident

25

Sick

02

Speed Too Fast For Conditions

03

Too Slow for Traffic

23

Vision Obstruction

40

Wrong Side or Wrong Way

41

Brakes

18

Light Defect

19

Other Vehicle Defect

42

Steering

16

Tire Defect

43

Truck Coupling, Trailer Hitch, Safety Chains

17

Wheel Defect

44

Wipers

-U

Unknown

26

Fatigued

Obsolete (2011) –combined with Asleep/Drowsy

120 Driver Distracted by (P15)

Distractions which may have influenced the driver performance. The distractions can be inside the motor vehicle or outside the motor vehicle..

Driver Distracted By is only filled out if a Contributing Circumstance of “Distracted In or On Vehicle” is selected, otherwise automatically coded as: NA – “Not Distracted”. If “Other - Inside or Outside Vehicle” is selected, a dialog box appears that asks for a description of the distraction and the description is saved in the narrative.

CODE

VISION OBSTRUCTION

NA

Not Distracted

01

Electronic Communication Device (Cell, CB Radio, Etc.)

02

Other Electronic Device (Navigation device, DVD player, IPODS)

03

Passenger

04

Other Inside the Vehicle

05

Previous vehicle Crash/Ticketing Incident/Abandoned Vehicle

06

Other External Distraction Outside Vehicle

-U

Unknown

121 Vision Obstruction (C13)

If some form of vision obstruction, for this unit, contributed to the crash, select the item that best describes the obstruction.

Vision Obstruction is only filled out if a Contributing Circumstance of “Vision Obstruction” is selected, otherwise automatically coded as: 00 – “None”. If “Other” is selected, a dialog box appears that asks for a description of the distraction and the description is saved in the narrative.

CODE

VISION OBSTRUCTION

00

None

16

Billboard/Fence

07

Bright Headlights

06

Bright Sunlight

17

Building

19

Contents in Vehicle Interior

11

Cracked/Dirty Windows

01

Curve In Road

02

Hill Crest

13

Moving Vehicle

14

Parked Vehicle

10

Rain/Snow/Ice ON windows

05

Reflection From Surface

03

Roadway Slope/Snowbank

20

Signs/Stickers/Decals on Windows

12

Splash/Spray From Other Vehicle

15

Traffic Sign

04

Tree/Crop/Bush

18

Vehicle Stopped on Roadway

99

Other

-U

Unknown

08

Weather Conditions

Obsolete (2011)

122 Point of Impact - Initial (V19 - Subfield 1) & 123 Primary (V19 Subfield 2)

This is the number code that identifies the location of the impact you have selected. The numbers refer to the points on a clock. Initial Impact is where the vehicle was first struck, primary is where the vehicle was struck the hardest.

CODE

POINT OF IMPACT

00

No Impact

01

Point 1 Power Unit

02

Point 2 Power Unit

03

Point 3 Power Unit

04

Point 4 Power Unit

05

Point 5 Power Unit

06

Point 6 Power Unit

07

Point 7 Power Unit

08

Point 8 Power Unit

09

Point 9 Power Unit

10

Point 10 Power Unit

11

Point 11 Power Unit

12

Point 12 Power Unit

13

Top And Windows Power Unit

14

Undercarriage Power Unit

21

Point 1 #1 Trailing Unit

22

Point 2 #1 Trailing Unit

23

Point 3 #1 Trailing Unit

24

Point 4 #1 Trailing Unit

25

Point 5 #1 Trailing Unit

26

Point 6 #1 Trailing Unit

27

Point 7 #1 Trailing Unit

28

Point 8 #1 Trailing Unit

29

Point 9 #1 Trailing Unit

30

Point 10 # 1 Trailing Unit

31

Point 11 # 1 Trailing Unit

32

Point 12 # 1 Trailing Unit

33

Top # 1 Trailing Unit

34

Undercarriage #1 Trailing Unit

41

Point 1 #2 Trailing Unit

42

Point 2 #2 Trailing Unit

43

Point 3 #2 Trailing Unit

44

Point 4 #2 Trailing Unit

45

Point 5 #2 Trailing Unit

46

Point 6 #2 Trailing Unit

47

Point 7 #2 Trailing Unit

48

Point 8 #2 Trailing Unit

49

Point 9 #2 Trailing Unit

50

Point 10 #2 Trailing Unit

51

Point 11 #2 Trailing Unit

52

Point 12 #2 Trailing Unit

53

Top #2 Trailing Unit

54

Undercarriage #2 Trailing Unit

NA

Non-vehicle

-U

Unknown

124 Extent of Deformity (V24 - Subfield 1)

Choose the best damaged description to the unit.

"Repair Cost Estimate" Guidelines Below:

None - no damage $0

Very minor - Paint scratch and minor denting. Less than $1,500

_____________________________________

Estimated damages over $1,501

Minor - dents and gouges in body sheet metal and trim

Minor/Moderate - large or many dents and gouges in body sheet metal and trim

Moderate - considerable crumpling of body sheet metal, but little or no distortion of the basic structure or frame

Moderate/Severe - Crumpling, distortion of the frame, but no passenger compartment penetration.

Severe - sheet metal is severely distorted, torn, or crumpled and the basic structure of the car is distorted somewhat and there is usually some penetration of the passenger compartment.

Very Severe - basic structure of the vehicle is distorted, passenger compartment is penetrated

CODE

EXTENT OF DEFORMITY

00

No Damage

01

Very Minor Damage

02

Minor Damage

03

Minor-Moderate Damage

04

Moderate Damage

05

Moderate-Severe Damage

06

Severe Damage

07

Very Severe

NA

Non-Vehicle

-U

Unknown

125 Towed Due to Damage (V24 - Subfield 2)

Choose YES only if the vehicle had to be towed because of the damage from the crash.

Choose NO if the vehicle had to be towed because the driver could not drive. In this case, you will still enter a towing company. NO also means the vehicle was not towed.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

126 Towed By

Select from the drop down list the name of the towing company. You may enter a towing company even if you answered No to the previous Towed Due To Damage question.

If the vehicle was towed for "other reasons" explain in the narrative.

127 Event 1 Relation to Junction (C15)

Select the location of the first harmful event from the list.

Non-junction: An area where there are no intersections or junctions.

Related means: Crash is indirectly affected by AND

would not occur without the “related feature”.

Intersection Related: On an approach, to or exit, from an intersection and was related to the movement of units through the intersection. (NOT in the intersection)

EXAMPLE: Rear-end crash where vehicles are stopped for cross traffic.

Alley/Driveway/Parking lot related: Related to the access or egress of the alley/driveway/parking lot.

EXAMPLE: Unit was rear-ended while stopped to allow another unit to turn into a driveway.

Ramp Related: On an approach, to or exit, from a ramp and was related to movement of an unit on or off the ramp.

EXAMPLE: Line of traffic may be approaching or merging at a ramp, rear ends or may side swipe another unit.

Railroad Crossing Related: On an approach, to or exit, from an railroad and was related to movement of units through RR crossing.

Other: Event occurred at any type of junction not defined. Explain in the narrative.

CODE

RELATION TO JUNCTION

00

Nonjunction

01

In Intersection

02

Intersection Related

03

At Driveway/Alley/Parking Lot

04

Driveway/Alley/Parking Lot Related

05

On Ramp

06

Ramp Related

07

At Railroad Crossing

08

Railroad Crossing Related

09

Other

128 First Harmful Event (C6, C7) & 129 Most Harmful Event (V21)

If the First (or Most) Harmful Event list is empty or is incomplete, go to the Events tab and add the missing events. eIMPACT requires that each unit in the crash have at least 1 harmful event. A harmful event is any event which caused death, injury, or property damage. The selection is made from the list of events associated with the unit that are entered on the Events Page and only includes events that can cause damage or injury. The location of where the event occurred is also entered with each event and therefore associated with the first and most harmful events as well. Ran Off Road, Down Hill Runaway, Loss of Control, Came Back on Road, and Drove Left of Center are not eligible as harmful events.

To identify the first harmful event for a unit, review the events listed in the First Harmful Event list, and select the first event that caused property damage, injury or death.

To identify the most harmful event for a unit, review the events listed in the Most Harmful Event list, and select the event that caused the most severe injury or property damage. Observe these guidelines when determining the Most Harmful Event: Fatalities take precedence over injuries

Injuries take precedence over property damage

Non-contact units are automatically given a first and most harmful event of “Non-Contact Unit”. Otherwise, only events that cause injury or damage can be selected as the First & Most Harmful Events. These fields cannot be left blank.

Note: The First Harmful Event for a unit is not always the same as the unit's first event. For example, if a unit loses control, runs off the roadway and hits a mailbox, the unit's first event would be Loss of Control, while the First Harmful Event is Mailbox.

130 Operator Action (V18, P22, P23, P24)

Select the item that best describes the driver/vehicle action at the time of the crash. There are separate operator actions that apply to pedestrians and bicyclists. If an improper action is assigned, it will be flagged as an error.

The Pedestrian, Pedalcycle, and Equestrian actions are only available for Unit Types of Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian – they are shown in italics.

CODE

OPERATOR ACTION

01

Going Straight

02

Turning Right

03

Right Turn on Red

04

Turning Left

05

Left Turn on Red

20

Avoiding Obstacle

21

Avoiding Vehicle, Pedestrian, Pedalcycle

18

Backing

08

Changing Lanes

26

Driverless Vehicle in Motion

64

Entering/Exiting Parked or Standing Vehicle

65

Entering/Leaving Parking Lot, Driveway, Alley

23

Fleeing Pursuit

07

Merging

11

Negotiating Curve

70

Not ON Roadway

99

Other

25

Parked Vehicle

15

Parking

10

Passing

22

Pursuing Vehicle

24

Racing

13

Slowing in Traffic

14

Starting in Traffic

12

Stopped in Traffic

06

U-Turn

16

Entering Parking Lot/Driveway/alley

Obsolete (2011)

17

Leaving Parking Lot/driveway/alley

Obsolete (2011)

30

Crossing at Intersection, Crosswalk

31

Crossing at Intersection, NO Crosswalk

35

Crossing at Mid-block, Crosswalk

36

Crossing at Mid-block, NO Crosswalk

44

Walk/Ride on Sidewalk

40

Walk/Ride with Traffic IN Bike Lane

41

Walk/Ride with Traffic NO Bike Lane

42

Walk/Ride Facing Traffic IN Bike Lane

43

Walk/Ride Facing Traffic NO Bike Lane

50

Standing ON Roadway

51

Playing ON Roadway

52

Working ON Roadway

60

Enter/Exit School Bus

-U

Unknown

131 Travel Direction (V13)

The direction the unit was traveling prior to the crash.

NOTE: The unit "Direction was traveling" reflects the direction before the "uncontrolled event" began.

The turn must be complete before the "Unit was traveling" direction changes.

EXAMPLE: A car is traveling in the northbound lane of US 95, but was heading eastward after running off the road, the unit direction for the car is North.

CODE

TRAVEL DIRECTION

N

North

S

South

E

East

W

West

NE

Northeast

NW

Northwest

SE

Southeast

SW

Southwest

132 Route Unit Was On

Select the name of the street the unit was on at the time of the crash – drop down list created from entry on the Environment Page.

NOTE: If the unit was turning from one street onto another, enter the name of the street the unit was ON prior to turning.

If the unit was leaving a driveway or parking lot, enter the name of the driveway or parking lot.

133 Route Direction

Select the general travel direction of the street.

For streets, roads, driveways, etc., determine if the street generally moves traffic North / South or East / West.

Generally even-numbered highways run East/West

Generally odd-numbered highways run North/South.

CODE

ROUTE DIRECTION

NS

North-South

EW

East-West

134 Unit Reference Number (V2 - Subfield 2, P5)

Unique number assigned to the unit when it is entered into the crash. The number is assigned by the software.

135 Impaired Flag

An indicator that flags the unit as “Impaired. It is a calculated element, based on the Contributing Circumstances of alcohol or drug involved OR Substance Use (person level) or alcohol, drugs, or both.

Commercial Elements (Unit Level)

Information can only be entered if the Unit is identified as a commercial motor vehicle (Commercial Motor Vehicles are identified when the units are first added). For non-commercial motor vehicles, the commercial elements are coded as Not Applicable.

When a Unit Type is added to the crash report, eIMPACT asks “Was the vehicle being used in a business capacity at the time of the crash?” Yes mean the vehicle will be considered a commercial vehicle, No means the vehicle is not commercial.

DATA LINKAGE for Commercial Motor Vehicles: After the report is imported into CIRCA, the License Plate Number, License Plate State, Vehicle Identification Number, Owner Name, Make, Year, Country, and Gross Vehicle Weight are verified against the Idaho Commercial Vehicle database for Idaho Vehicles and against CVIEW for out of state vehicles. The crash analyst makes the decision to keep the information as entered by law enforcement or change to the database information – if there are differences.

CMV1 Cargo Body (V29)

Select the item that best describes the unit's cargo body.

(page 47 of the data dictionaryFor help on commercial vehicle questions, please contact the Idaho State Police / Commercial Vehicle Safety Section (208) 884-7220).

CODE

CARGO BODY

00

None

07

Auto Transporter

11

Belly Dump/Hopper

01

Bus

03

Cargo Tank

06

Concrete Mixer

05

Dump

04

Flatbed

08

Garbage/Refuse

12

Intermodal Container Chassis

13

Log

09

Other

10

Pickup Bed

14

Pole Trailer

02

Van/Enclosed Box

15

Vehicle Towing another Vehicle

-U

Unknown

Number of Axles (Obsolete 2011)

Record the total number of axles, including auxiliary axles, of this vehicle or the vehicle combination. Include axles in the up position which are not in contact with the pavement.

Note: If a unit is transporting other units where one set of axles is on the power unit and another set is on the ground (logging trucks, piggy back bobtails), record the axles with wheels on the ground. If a unit such as a logging truck has one trailer loaded on top of another trailer, that trailer is considered part of the load; do not record those axles.

(For help on commercial vehicle questions, please contact the Idaho State Police / Commercial Vehicle Safety Section (208) 884-7220).

GVWR Power Unit (Obsolete 2011)

Record the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the power unit. GVWR is the manufacturer's designation for the amount of weight the Vehicle/Tractor was manufactured to haul. GVWR for trucks is usually found on the driver's side of the vehicle on the hinge pillar, door-latch post, or door edge. The manufacturer's designation for GVWR should not be confused with the registered weight. However, buses are registered at the manufacturer's GVWR, so information may be obtained from the registrations.

(For help on commercial vehicle questions, please contact the Idaho State Police / Commercial Vehicle Safety Section (208) 884-7220).

GVWR Trailers (Obsolete 2011)

Record the combined GVWR of all the trailers. The GVWR for most trailers is located on a plate mounted on the frame near the front left corner of the trailer.

Examples:

Suppose the unit is a tractor with a double trailer and both trailers have a GVWR of 30,000 pounds. In this case, you would enter 60000 (30000 + 30000) in the G.V.W.R All Trailers box.

Assume the unit is a tractor with a semi-trailer and a full trailer and the gross vehicle weight ratings of the individual units are as follows:

Tractor - 27000 pounds

Semi-trailer - 32000 pounds

Full trailer - 30000 pounds

Enter 27000 in the G.V.W.R. Power box and 62000 (32000 + 30000) in the G.V.W.R. All Trailers box.

(For help on commercial vehicle questions, please contact the Idaho State Police / Commercial Vehicle Safety Section (208) 884-7220).

CMV2 GVWR Total (V27)

Select the GVWR of the power unit and all attached trailers. Power unit GVWR is usually found on the driver’s side of the vehicle on the hinge pillar, door-latch post, or door edge. Trailer GVWR is usually located on a plate mounted on the frame near the front left corner of the trailer.

CODE

GVWR TOTAL

NA

Not Applicable

01

10,000 lbs or less

02

10,001 - 26,000 lbs

03

More than 26,000 lbs

CMV3 DOT Load Number (V26 - Subfield 1)

The US DOT number is a unique identifier for interstate and some intrastate commercial motor carriers. The number is a way to collect and monitor a company’s safety record.

Record the US DOT number from the markings on the side of the truck or truck/tractor. If these numbers are not on the side, ask the driver for any documents which may have the correct US DOT number. The US DOT number may appear on the power unit registration and/or lease paperwork. If the driver is injured and unable to respond, check what documents may be there or contact the company office.

If interstate, who is responsible for the load? The correct US DOT number is that of the carrier or business that controls the movement of the load (not the movement of the truck).

Example: OK Truck Company leases a truck to Company X for a month. Company X uses the truck to haul goods for AB Freight. The loads being transported interstate during that month would be transported under AB Freight’s license. You should record AB Freight’s DOT #.

Help: One way to verify a US DOT number or name of company is to go to the website: www.safersys.org. Then under “Company Snapshot” look up the carrier.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

Contact Idaho State Police /Commercial Vehicle Safety Section— 208-884-7220

CMV4 MC / MX Number (V26 - Subfield 2)

The MC or MX is another unique identifier for some commercial carriers.

Carriers that are “Authorize for Hire” and interstate, may have a number.

MC = Motor Carrier

MX = Mexico Carrier

Record the MC or MX number if it is listed on the side of the truck or truck/tractor.

Help: One way to verify a MC or MX number is to go the website: www.safersys.org. Then under “Company Snapshot” look up the MC number.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

or

Contact Idaho State Police /Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

CMV5 Carrying Hazmat?

This question is asked when a unit is added to the crash. If “Yes” is selected, the other elements regarding Hazmat must be filled out. If “No” is selected, the other Hazmat elements are automatically coded. Unknown is not allowed for this element.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

If the Carrying Hazmat is No, elements CMV6-CMV9 are coded as Not Applicable.

CMV6 Hazmat Placard Displayed? (V30 - Subfield 1)

Is a Hazardous Material placard displayed on the unit? (Yes/No)

Only entered if “Carrying Hazmat?” = Yes.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

Contact Idaho State Police /

Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

CMV7 Hazmat Spilled? (V30 - Subfield 3)

Hazardous material spills are limited to release of materials from the “cargo being transported”

Choose YES: if hazardous material from the “cargo load” was released.

Choose NO: Material from the “cargo load” was not spilled.

Note: A fuel leak from the vehicle’s own fuel tanks is not considered to be a hazardous material spill.

Only entered if “Carrying Hazmat?” = Yes.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

Contact Idaho State Police /

Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

UnknownV

CMV8 Hazmat Placard Number (V30 - Subfield 2 (1))

Record the 4-digit number located on the shipping papers.

Only entered if “Carrying Hazmat?” = Yes.

EXAMPLE:

1234

(Placards are diamond shaped)

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

Contact Idaho State Police /

Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

CMV9 Hazmat Class Number (V30 - Subfield 2 (2))

Select the 1-digit hazmat class number from the bottom of the diamond.

Only entered if “Carrying Hazmat?” = Yes.

CODE

HAZ MAT CLASS NUMBER

01

1 - Explosives

02

2 - Gases - Compressed, Dissolved or Refrigerated

03

3 - Flammable Liquid

04

4 - Flammable Solids - Combustible, Water Reactive

05

5 - Oxidizing Substances - Organic Peroxides

06

6 - Poisonous (Toxic) and Infectious Substances

07

7 - Radioactive Material

08

8 - Corrosives

09

9 - Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods

Load Info Source (Obsolete 2011)

Select the item that describes the source of the carrier information (Carrier name and ICC MC # or DOT #).

(For help on commercial vehicle questions, please contact the Idaho State Police / Commercial Vehicle Safety Section (208) 884-7220).

CODE

SOURCE

00

None

01

Shipping Papers

02

Vehicle Side

03

Driver

04

Logbook

09

Other

CMV10 Carrier Type (V26 - Subfield 5)

INTERSTATE CARRIER: A motor carrier that has authority to cross state lines.

INTRASTATE CARRIER : A motor carrier operating within Idaho and does not cross state lines.

NOT IN COMMERCE/GOVERNMENT: Any government vehicle operated by the local, state or federal government.

NOT IN COMMERCE/OTHER TRUCK or BUS: Personal rental vehicles(e.g., U-Haul, Ryder, Penske) that qualify by size (Over 10,000 lbs. GVWR/GCWR) that are operated by a private individual.

OTHER/NOT SPECIFIED: No carrier information is available such as Hit and Run.

CODE

CARRIER TYPE

01

Interstate Carrier

02

Intrastate Carrier

03

Not in Commerce/Government

04

Not in Commerce/Other Truck or Bus

09

Other Operation/Not specified

CMV11 Carrier Name (V26 - Subfield 3)

Name of the commercial carrier company.

SPECIAL SHORTCUT! To place the owner’s name and address into carrier name and address, hit F12 while on this field.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

or

Contact Idaho State Police /Commercial Vehicle Safety Section — 208-884-7220.

CMV12 Carrier Address (V26 - Subfield 4)

Address of the commercial carrier company.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

or

Contact Idaho State Police /Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

CMV13 Carrier City (V26 - Subfield 4)

City of the commercial carrier company.

CMV14 Carrier State (V26 - Subfield 4)

State of the commercial carrier company.

CODE

STATE

-U

Unknown

AL

Alabama

AK

Alaska

AZ

Arizona

AR

Arkansas

CA

California

CO

Colorado

CT

Connecticut

DE

Delaware

DC

District of Columbia

FL

Florida

GA

Georgia

HI

Hawaii

ID

Idaho

IL

Illinois

IN

Indiana

IA

Iowa

KS

Kansas

KY

Kentucky

LA

Louisiana

ME

Maine

MD

Maryland

MA

Massachusetts

MI

Michigan

MN

Minnesota

MS

Mississippi

MO

Missouri

MT

Montana

NE

Nebraska

NV

Nevada

NH

New Hampshire

NJ

New Jersey

NM

New Mexico

NY

New York

NC

North Carolina

ND

North Dakota

OH

Ohio

OK

Oklahoma

OR

Oregon

PA

Pennsylvania

RI

Rhode Island

SC

South Carolina

SD

South Dakota

TN

Tennessee

TX

Texas

UT

Utah

VT

Vermont

VA

Virginia

WA

Washington

WV

West Virginia

WI

Wisconsin

WY

Wyoming

DS

The U.S. Department of State

AS

American Samoa Panama Canal Zone

PZ

Panama Canal Zone

FM

Federated States of Micronesia

GU

Guam

MP

Northern Mariana Islands

PW

Palau

PR

Puerto Rico

UM

U.S. Minor Outlying Islands

MH

Marshall Islands

VI

Virgin Islands of the U.S.

WK

Wake Island

AB

Alberta

BC

British Columbia

MB

Manitoba

NB

New Brunswick

NF

Newfoundland

NT

Northwest Territory

NS

Nova Scotia

NU

Nunavut

ON

Ontario

PE

Prince Edward Island

QC

Quebec

SK

Saskatchewan

YT

Yukon Territory

AG

Aguascalientes

BA

Baja California Norte

BJ

Baja California Sur

CM

Campeche

CI

Chiapas

CH

Chihuahua

CU

Coahuila de Zaragoza

CL

Colima

DF

Distrito Federal

DO

Durango

GT

Guanajuato

GR

Guerrero

HL

Hidalgo

JL

Jalisco

MX

Mexico

MC

Michoacan de Ocampo

MR

Moreios

NA

Nayarit

NL

Nuevo Leon

OA

Oaxaca

PB

Puebla

QU

Queretero de Arteaga

QR

Quintana Roo

SL

San Luis Potosi

SI

Sinaloa

SO

Sonora

TB

Tabasco

TA

Tamaulipas

TL

Tlaxcala

VC

Veracruz-Llava

YU

Yucatan

ZA

Zacatecas

XX

Foreign Countries

MV

Military Vehicles

99

Other

FD

US Government Tag

PQ

Quebec

Obsolete (2011)

SN

Saskatchewan

Obsolete (2011)

CMV15 Country of the Carrier (V26 - Subfield 4)

This is entered automatically based on the state selected.

CODE

COUNTRY

CA

Canada

MX

Mexico

-U

Unknown

US

United States

CMV16 Carrier Zip Code (V26 - Subfield 4)

Zip of the commercial carrier company. You can include the zip +4, but place the dash in the zip: 83338-0687.

HELP ON COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:

or

Contact Idaho State Police /Commercial Vehicle Safety Section: 208-884-7220

Person Elements

136 Driver?

Select "YES" if this is the operator (or the person that was in physical control) of the unit. “Yes” may be selected for any unit type, including pedestrians, bicyclists, equestrians, and train operators.

Selecting “Yes” automatically sets the Seating Position as “Driver” if the unit type is a motor vehicle. For unit types of Pedestrian and Pedalcyclists, the Seating Position is automatically set to Pedestrian or Pedalcycle, respectively. For Pedestrians, “Driver?” is automatically set to Yes.

If “No” is selected the Seating Position must be filled in and all of the elements relating to the Driver’s License are automatically left blank.

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

137 Seating Position (P3, P6)

Select list the seating item that best describes the position in the vehicle before the collision.

Note: For bus and train passengers, select "Other".

VEHICLE EXTERIORS INCLUDED

CODE

SEAT POSITION

01

Driver or Motorcycle Driver

02

Front Seat Middle

03

Front Seat Right Side

04

Second Seat Left Side (or MC Passenger)

05

Second Seat Middle

06

Second Seat Right Side

07

Third Row Left Side (or MC Passenger)

08

Third Row Middle

10

Third Row Right Side

11

Sleeper Section (Truck Cab)

12

Passenger-Enclosed Non-Trailing Unit

13

Passenger-Unenclosed Non-Trailing Unit

14

Trailing Unit

15

Riding On Exterior Non-Trailing Unit

16

Pedestrian

17

Pedalcycle

18

Equestrian

99

Other (child on lap, gas tank)

138 Last Name (P12)

Enter the last name of the person. If this is the driver of a vehicle, enter the name printed on the driver's license.

SPECIAL SHORTCUT! To place the owner's name and address into your driver name and address, hit F12 while on this field.

139 First Name (P12)

Enter the person's first name here.

140 Middle Initial (P12)

Use a single letter only, no period.

Drvr1 Driver’s License Number (P11 - Subfield 1)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

IDAHO DL FORMAT:

2 Letters, 6 Numbers, 1 Letter

EXAMPLE: AB123456Z (no spaces)

IN UNKNOWN, USE ~ (Tilde Key)

If drivers has NO LICENSE type in UNLICENSED

This does NOT refer to suspended or invalid license

Drvr2 Driver’s License State (Person Level)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

Select the name of the state which issued the driver's license. (There is only one state edit table and applies to both Driver’s License, Owner’s Residence, and License Plates)

CODE

STATE OF DL

02

No License

-U

Unknown

AL

Alabama

AK

Alaska

AZ

Arizona

AR

Arkansas

CA

California

CO

Colorado

CT

Connecticut

DE

Delaware

DC

District of Columbia

FL

Florida

GA

Georgia

HI

Hawaii

ID

Idaho

IL

Illinois

IN

Indiana

IA

Iowa

KS

Kansas

KY

Kentucky

LA

Louisiana

ME

Maine

MD

Maryland

MA

Massachusetts

MI

Michigan

MN

Minnesota

MS

Mississippi

MO

Missouri

MT

Montana

NE

Nebraska

NV

Nevada

NH

New Hampshire

NJ

New Jersey

NM

New Mexico

NY

New York

NC

North Carolina

ND

North Dakota

OH

Ohio

OK

Oklahoma

OR

Oregon

PA

Pennsylvania

RI

Rhode Island

SC

South Carolina

SD

South Dakota

TN

Tennessee

TX

Texas

UT

Utah

VT

Vermont

VA

Virginia

WA

Washington

WV

West Virginia

WI

Wisconsin

WY

Wyoming

DS

The U.S. Department of State

AS

American Samoa Panama Canal Zone

PZ

Panama Canal Zone

FM

Federated States of Micronesia

GU

Guam

MP

Northern Mariana Islands

PW

Palau

PR

Puerto Rico

UM

U.S. Minor Outlying Islands

MH

Marshall Islands

VI

Virgin Islands of the U.S.

WK

Wake Island

AB

Alberta

BC

British Columbia

MB

Manitoba

NB

New Brunswick

NF

Newfoundland

NT

Northwest Territory

NS

Nova Scotia

NU

Nunavut

ON

Ontario

PE

Prince Edward Island

QC

Quebec

SK

Saskatchewan

YT

Yukon Territory

AG

Aguascalientes

BA

Baja California Norte

BJ

Baja California Sur

CM

Campeche

CI

Chiapas

CH

Chihuahua

CU

Coahuila de Zaragoza

CL

Colima

DF

Distrito Federal

DO

Durango

GT

Guanajuato

GR

Guerrero

HL

Hidalgo

JL

Jalisco

MX

Mexico

MC

Michoacan de Ocampo

MR

Moreios

NA

Nayarit

NL

Nuevo Leon

OA

Oaxaca

PB

Puebla

QU

Queretero de Arteaga

QR

Quintana Roo

SL

San Luis Potosi

SI

Sinaloa

SO

Sonora

TB

Tabasco

TA

Tamaulipas

TL

Tlaxcala

VC

Veracruz-Llava

YU

Yucatan

ZA

Zacatecas

XX

Foreign Countries

MV

Military Vehicles

99

Other

FD

US Government Tag

PQ

Quebec

Obsolete (2011)

SN

Saskatchewan

Obsolete (2011)

Drvr3 Driver’s License Class (P11 - Subfield 2)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

Enter the driver's license class

  • A

  • B

  • C

  • D

IF UNKNOWN use ~ Tilde key

CODE

VALUE

A

Combination vehicles more than 26,000 pounds AND towing GREATER THAN 10,000 pounds

B

Combination vehicles more than 26,000 pounds AND AND towing LESS THAN 10,000 pounds

C

Any single vehicle less than 26,000 pounds, hauling placarded hazardous materials, or designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver.

D

Any single vehicle less than 26,000 pounds, NOT hauling placarded hazardous materials or designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver.

Drvr4 Commercial License? (P11 - Subfield 3)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

This indicates whether the driver's license is a commercial driver license (CDL).

CODE

VALUE

N

No

Y

Yes

-U

Unknown

Drvr5 Driver’s License Endorsements (P11 - Subfield 4)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

Select as many endorsements as are listed on the driver’s license.

Issued to driver after successfully completing a specialized test that qualifies them to operate that specific type of vehicle.

Select all of the endorsements the driver has, regardless of the vehicle being driven.

CODE

ENDORSEMENTS

NA

None / Not applicable

X

Combination of tank vehicle & hazardous materials

T

Double / triple trailers

H

Hazardous materials

L

Motorcycle

P

Passenger

D

School Bus

N

Tanker vehicle

O

OTHER non commercial license endorsements

Drvr6 Driver’s License Restrictions (PL1)

only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

Restrictions are the conditions under which a driver must drive. Select as many restrictions as are listed on the driver’s license. Mechanical Devices include special brakes, hand controls, other adaptive devices.

CODE

ENDORSEMENTS

00

None

A

Daylight only until 16

B

Corrective Lenses

C

Mechanical Devices (Special brakes, Hand controls, other Adaptive devices)

D

Prosthetic Aid

E

Automatic Transmission

F

Outside Mirror

G

Limited to Daylight Only

H

Limited to Employment

I

Limited Other

J

Special restrictions

K

Intrastate Only

L

No vehicle equipped with air brakes

M

Except Class A Bus

N

Except Class A & Class B Bus

O

Except Tractor-Trailer

P

Learner’s Permit Restrictions

Q

6 mo - 1 Under 17 Nonrelative

R

3 - wheel motorcycle only

S

Seasonal CDL

T

Identity Not verified

U

Motorcycle-No passenger

V

Idaho DL in possession

W

Ignition Interlock device

X

Non-Freeway

Y

Community Work Center

Z

Except Classes A & B School Buses

99

Other

01

Farm Waiver

02

Military Vehicles Only

DATA LINKAGE: If the license was issued in Idaho, using the Driver’s License Number and DOB, the Driver’s License Name, Gender, Driver’s License Class, License Status, and CMV Status are verified against the Idaho Driver License database. The crash analyst makes the decision to keep the information as entered by law enforcement or change to the database information – if there are differences.

IDDrvr1 DL Status - (PL2) - Only entered if Driver? = “Yes”

The status of both the regular license and commercial license is automatically entered for drivers licensed in Idaho – entered when the license information is automatically checked.

CODE

DESCRIPTION

CANCEL

Idaho driver's license has been canceled.

CDEYES

County Deny - Did not pass the eye screening test

CDMEDC

County Deny - Medical, awaiting certificate

CDMEDR

County Deny - Medical

CDOTHR

County Deny - Other - such as not Idaho resident

CDROAD

County Deny - Failed road test (no longer used)

CDSIGN

County Deny - Failed road test (no longer used)

CDWRIT

County Deny - Failed road test (no longer used)

CLCSOR

Changed State of Residence/Record (CDL)

CRLP

Court Restricted Permit

DECEAS

Deceased

DISQAL

Disqualified - (CDL only)

EXPIRE

Expired

INVALID

Invalid

NOTLIC

Not Licensed

PENDNG

Applied but has not been issued

RDP

Restricted Driving Permit - issued by ITD

REVOKE

Revoked

SUSPNG

Suspended

xc

Valid

141 Sex (P2)

Sex/Gender of the person. Automatically entered from the DL Name (check), if the driver’s license was issued in Idaho.

CODE

GENDER

F

Female

M

Male

142 Birth Date (P1 - Subfield 1)

Sex/Gender of the person. Automatically entered from the DL Name (check), if the driver’s license was issued in Idaho.

ENTER THE PERSON’S BIRTHDATE:

EXAMPLES:

MMDDYYYY

02012002

Automatically entered from the DL Name (check) if the license was issued in Idaho

143 Age (P1 - Subfield 2, PD 1)

Age is automatically calculated from the difference between the Birth Date and the Crash Date.

144 Protective Device (P7, P25)

Select the protective device in use with or without air bags. Certain values show up in the drop down box, depending on the Unit Type and Seating Position selected.

Children 6 yrs or younger should be secured in a Child Safety Seat.

Place any further clarification in the narrative.

If the Unit Type is Pedestrian, then N/A Non-Motorist is automatically filled out for Protective Device. If the Unit type is Pedalcycle, Motorcycle, Scooter, Moped, ATV, Snowmobile, or Equestrian, then only Helmet Used, No Helmet, and Unknown are available for selection. Helmet Used and No Helmet are not available selections for any other Unit Types.

CODE

PROTECTIVE DEVICE

00

None

03

Shoulder and Lap

01

Shoulder Belt Only

02

Lap Belt Only

12

Child Restraint System – Forward Facing

13

Child Restraint System – Rear Facing

14

Booster Seat

05

Helmet Used

15

No Helmet

09

Other

06

N/A Non-Motorist

-U

Unknown

07

Non-Activated Air Bag, Belts In Use

Obsolete (2011)

08

Non-Activated Air Bag, No Belts In Use

Obsolete (2011)

10

Air Bag Activated, Belts In Use

Obsolete (2011)

11

Air Bag Activate, No Belts In Use

Obsolete (2011)

04

Child Safety Seat

Obsolete (2011)

145 Airbag Deployment (P8)

Deployment status of an air bag.

CODE

PROTECTIVE DEVICE

01

Deployed

02

Air Bag Deactivated

03

Air Bag Missing

04

Not Equiped

05

Not Deployed

NA

Not Applicable

-U

Deployment Unknown

146 Airbag Location (P8)

Deployment location of an air bag relative to the position in the vehicle for this occupant. Only filled out if Airbag Deployment = Deployed.

CODE

PROTECTIVE DEVICE

01

DEPLOYED - Front

02

DEPLOYED - Side

03

DEPLOYED - Combination

04

DEPLOYED - Curtain

05

DEPLOYED – Other (Knee, Air Belt)

NA

Not Applicable

-U

Unknown

147 Injury Type (P4)

Deployment location of an air bag relative to the position in the vehicle for this occupant. Only filled out if Airbag Deployment = Deployed.

Select the item that best describes the person’s injuries:

Dead (fatality): A fatality is any death resulting from a fatal injury within 30 days of crash date.

Suspected Serious Injury (A): A suspected serious injury is any injury other than fatal which results in one or more of the following:

Severe laceration resulting in exposure of underlying tissues / muscle / organs or resulting in significant loss of blood

Broken or distorted extremity (arm or leg)

Crush injuries

Suspected skull, chest, or abdominal injury other than bruises or minor lacerations

Significant burns (second and third degree burns over 10% or more of the body)

Unconsciousness when taken from the crash scene

Paralysis

Suspected Minor Injury (B): A suspected minor injury is any injury that is evident at the scene of the crash, other than fatal or serious injuries.

Inclusions:

Lump on the head, abrasions, bruises, minor lacerations (cuts on the skin surface with minimal bleeding and no exposure of deeper tissue/muscles)

Possible Injury (C): A possible injury is any injury reported or claimed which is not a fatal, suspected serious, or suspected minor injury. Possible injuries are those that are reported by the person or are indicated by his/her behavior, but no wounds or injuries are readily evident.

Inclusions:

Momentary loss of consciousness

Claim of injury, limping, or complaint of pain or nausea

None (no apparent injury) (O): No apparent injury is a situation where there is no reason to believe that the person received any bodily harm from the motor vehicle crash. There is no physical evidence of injury and the person does not report any change in normal function.

CODE

INJURY TYPE

O

None Evident

C

Possible Injury

B

Suspected Minor Injury

A

Suspected Serious Injury

K

Dead

-U

Unknown

148 Ejection (P9)

“Ejection” refers to occupant being thrown from a vehicle during the course of the crash. For occupants riding in the bed of a pickup or any vehicle with a pickup bed or pickup style bed, select Totally Ejected.

Not Ejected: The occupant was definitely not ejected from the vehicle.

Totally Ejected: No part of the occupants body remains in the vehicle.

Partially Ejected: Some part of the occupant body remained in the vehicle. Partial penetration may be through windshield, doors (open or closed), or roof.

Thrown from cycle/animal: Applies to motorcycle, ATV, pedalcycle, or animal riders.

Unknown: If UNKNOWN, USE ~ (Tilde Key) It is not reasonably to known whether the occupant is ejected or not.

For persons riding on the exterior of a vehicle, or non-motorists use NOT EJECTED.

Exterior of a vehicle includes hood, running boards, roof, fenders, bumpers but NOT the bed of a pickup.

For Unit Types of Pedalcycle, Motorcycle, ATV, Snowmobile, and Equestrian only NoT Ejected and Thrown from Cycle/Animal are available for selection. Pedestrians are automatically coded as not ejected.

CODE

EJECTION

01

Not Ejected

02

Totally Ejected

03

Partially Ejected

T

Thrown From Cycle/Animal

-U

Unknown

149 Trapped

This information is used to determine if a victim was trapped and if so, how they were removed from the vehicle.

Not Trapped: Occupant was not trapped in vehicle.

Trapped / Extrication unit used: Extrication unit was used for forcible entry into the vehicle to remove the occupant.

Trapped / other extrication method: Victim was trapped but was removed from vehicle without the use of an extrication unit. Other methods include crowbars to pry open doors or breaking windows.

Pedestrians are automatically coded as Not Trapped.

Code Trapped (Extrication Methods)

CODE

TRAPPED (EXTRICATION METHODS)

01

Not Trapped

02

Trapped, extrication unit use

03

Trapped, other extraction method

-U

Unknown

150 Transported By

If this person was transported for medical care, select the item that describes the transporting agent.

Otherwise, select Not Transported.

NOTE: EMS = Ambulance

CODE

TRANSPORTED BY

05

Not Transported

01

Ambulance / EMS

02

Police Car

03

Helicopter

04

Private Vehicle

-U

Unknown

151 EMS Provider

If this person was transported for medical care, select the item that describes the transporting agent. Otherwise, select Not Transported.

NOTE: EMS = Ambulance

(This list can be customized so that EMS Providers in the law enforcement agency’s area appear at the top of the list in the User Options section of the program.)

CODE

TRANSPORTED BY

00

No EMS Provider Dispatched

01

No EMS Provider Needed

E1

Aberdeen / Springfield Fire District

S100

Access Air Ambulance

S6

Ada County Paramedics - Boise

S10

Ada-Boi

E100

Air Idaho Rescue

S340

Air St. Lukes

S1

Albion QRU

N100

Alert 2 Up River Ambulance

214

Alpine Fire Brigade - Alpine, WY

999

Ambulance (generic)

ER1

American Falls FD

114

American Medical Response - Spokane

S3

Atlanta QRU

E60

Bannock County Ambulance

SR21

Bannock County Sheriffs Search & Rescue

E24

Bear Lake County Ambulance - Montpelier

E7

Bingham County S & R - Blackfoot

ER3

Blackfoot Fire Department

S36

Blaine County Ambulance - Hailey

S5

Bliss QRU

S110

Boise BLM Smokejumpers

S7

Boise City Fire Dept

N120

Bonner County EMS

N130

Bonner County Sheriffs Emergency

E70

Bonneville County Ambulance

E130

Bonneville County Sheriffs S & R

N3

Boundary Volunteer Amb - Bonners Ferry

N4

Bovill Fire District

S12

Bruneau QRU

S83

Buhl Fire Dept EMS

S17

Caldwell Fire & Rescue

S28

Camas County Ambulance - Fairfield

S18

Cambridge Ambulance

S16

Canyon County Ambulance

S19

Carey QRU

E6

Caribou County Ambulance - Bancroft

E14

Caribou County Ambulance - Grace

E35

Caribou County EMS - Soda Springs

S20

Cascade Ambulance

S93

Cascade Rural Fire & EMS

S21

Castleford QRU

E140

Central Fire District QRU - Rigby

E8

Challis Volunteer Ambulance

E150

Chubbuck Fire Dept

E160

Clark County Ambulance

N6

Clark Fork Valley Ambulance

N33

Clearwater County Ambulance - Orofino

NR1

Coeur D Alene Fire Dept QRU

N24

Community Ambulance - Kellogg

NR41

Cottonwood Fire Dept

S22

Council Valley Ambulance

N10

Craigmont QRU

S23

Crouch Volunteer Ambulance Garden Valley

N11

Culdesac QRU

N12

Deary Ambulance

NR15

Deary Fire District QRU

S87

Declo QRU

S81

Delamar Mine Ambulance

S84

Dietrich QRU

S80

Donnelly Ambulance

E9

Downey Ambulance

E11

Dubois Ambulance

S24

Eagle Fire Protection

N34

East Shoshone QRU - Osborn

E170

Elk Bend QRU

N13

Elk City Ambulance - Idaho County

112

Elko County Ambulance - Nevada

SR11

Elmore County EMS

S55

Elmore Rescue & Extrication

S67

Emergency Response Ambulance - Rupert

S86

Filer QRU

E80

Fort Hall Fire & EMS

E27

Franklin County Ambulance - Preston

E40

Fremont County Ambulance - Ashton

E32

Fremont County EMTS - St. Anthony

S27

Gem County EMS - Emmett

N17

Genesee Community Ambulance

NR21

Genesee Volunteer FD Ambulance

E13

Gibbonsville QRU - North Fork

S32

Gooding County EMS

SR3

Gooding County Fire Dept

S150

Gowen Field Fire Dept

S33

Grand View Ambulance

NR22

Grangeville Fire Dept

S35

Hagerman QRU

S160

Hailey Fire Dept

E2

Harms Memorial Amb - American Falls

N19

Harrison Ambulance

N60

Hauser Lake Fire Dept QRU

N20

Hayden Lake Fire Dept QRU

S68

Hazelton QRU

555

Helicopter (Generic)

S170

Hewlett Packard EMS

S38

Homedale Ambulance

S39

Horseshoe Bend Ambulance

S40

Idaho City Ambulance - East Boise County

E17

Idaho Falls Ambulance

ER5

Idaho Falls Fire Dept

SR1

Idaho Mountain Search & Rescue

S54

Indian Valley Fire Rescue

E16

INEEL Fire Dept - DOE

E180

Inkom QRU

E19

Island Park QRU

N22

J - K Ambulance - Kendrick

E47

Jefferson County Fire District / QRU

S42

Jerome City Fire & Rescue

S370

Jerome County Paramedics

N23

Kamiah Ambulance

N67

Kellogg Ambulance

NR5

Kellogg Fire Dept

SR16

Ketchum Fire Dept

S34

Kimberly QRU

NR17

Kooskia Fire Dept

N59

Kootenai County Fire & Rescue

SR6

Kuna Fire Dept

S45

Kuna QRU

N140

Laclede Community First Responders

N26

Lapwai Valley QRU

E20

Lava Hot Springs

E21

Leadore EMTS

N73

Lewiston Ambulance

N27

Lewiston Fire Dept Ambulance Service

E50

Lewisville Fire District / QRU

S14

Life Run Ambulance - Burley

S44

Lincoln County S&R/Extrication

E3

Lost River EMTS - Arco

N28

Lowell QRU - Kooskia

S46

Lowman Ambulance - East Boise County

E22

Mackay Ambulance

E28

Madison County Ambulance - Rexburg

ER9

Madison County Fire Dept

S82

Magic Valley Paramedics - Twin Falls

S48

Malta Ambulance

S49

Marsing Ambulance

S47

McCall Fire & EMS

S190

McCall Smokejumpers

E240

McCammon FD/QRU

S58

Meadows Valley Ambulance - New Meadows

134

Med Star Helicopter Services - Spokane

S50

Melba QRU

E37

Menan Fire District / QRU

SR8

Meridian Fire Dept

N150

Mica Kidd Island Fire Protection Dist

S201

Micron Technology EMS

S52

Middleton Fire & Rescue

S53

Midvale Fire Dept Ambulance

S210

Mini-Cassia Search & Rescue

S94

Mores Creek Ambulance - E Boise County

N30

Moscow Ambulance

NR7

Moscow Fire Dept

S95

Mountain Home AFB Ambulance

E25

Mud Lake Ambulance

N31

Mullan Ambulance

S56

Murtaugh/Hansen QRU

SR14

MVRMC Ambulance - Twin Falls

S57

Nampa Fire Dept QRU

S59

New Plymouth QRU

109

Newport Ambulance - Newport, WA

N32

Nez Perce Volunteer Ambulance

S220

North Ada County Fire & Rescue

N160

North Idaho Back Country Medical Rescue

N170

Northern Lakes Fire Protection

S230

NPA - Northwest Paramedic Associates

S60

Oakley QRU

E23

Oneida County Ambulance - Malad

S63

Parma Ambulance

S350

Payette County Paramedics

N35

Pierce Ambulance

S29

Pine-Featherville Ambulance

S8

Placerville Ambulance - E Boise County

E26

Pocatello Ambulance

ER7

Pocatello Fire Dept

99

Police

E250

Portneuf MC Life Flight - Pocatello

N39

Potlatch Ambulance

N190

Potlatch Corporation Fire Fighters

N40

Powell QRU

E91

Power County EMS

S88

Prairie QRU

ER8

Preston Fire Dept

N72

Prichard QRU

N200

Prichard/Murray Volunteer Fire Dept

N42

Priest Lake Ambulance QRU

N43

Priest River EMT

98

Private

S240

Raft River Fire Protection

S85

Raft River Rescue

S65

Richfield-Shoshone QRU

N45

Riggins Ambulance

E49

Ririe Fire District / QRU

E30

Roberts Fire District QRU

E38

Rockford Ambulance - Bingham County

E31

Rockland Ambulance

S4

City of Rocks Almo QRU

S250

Rupert City Fire/Rescue

N220

Sagle Fire District

N68

Sagle Ambulance - Bonner County

E33

Salmon EMTS

ER10

Salmon Search & Rescue

N64

Sandpoint Fire Dept QRU - Hartman

N230

Schweitzer Fire District

E34

Shelly-Firth QRU

E12

Sho-Ban EMS - Fort Hall

N260

Shoshone County Fire District #2

N62

Shoshone County Fire Protection Dist #1

N270

Silverwood Theme Park EMT

S71

Smith Ferry Cfr

106

Snowville Ambulance - Utah

E190

South Custer County Ambulance

S15

Southern Idaho Med - Shoshone

N90

Spirit Lake Ambulance FD/QRU

S26

St. Alphonsus Life Flight - Boise

S270

St. Lukes Medical Transport - Boise

N46

St. Maries Ambulance

N290

St. Maries Fire Protection

N9

St. Marys Hospital Amb - Cottonwood

116

St. Patricks Life Flight - Missoula, MT

S72

Stanley Ambulance - Custer County

S280

Star Joint Fire Protection

S73

Star QRU

S290

Sun Valley Fire Dept

E90

Swan Valley Ambulance

N18

Syringa General Hospital Ambulance

N300

Tahoe QRU

N50

Tensed Ambulance & Fire

E10

Teton Valley Ambulance - Driggs

N71

Timberlake Fire Dept QRU

E201

Tri Med Ambulance

N51

Troy Volunteer Ambulance

S300

Twin Falls Fire & Rescue

S30

United Ambulance - Fruitland

N16

Upriver Fire & Medical - Fernwood

N52

Waha QRU

E210

Washington Group International

N54

Weippe Ambulance - Pioneer Med Clinic

S76

Weiser Ambulance

SR2

Wendell Fire Dept

S301

Wendell QRU

S310

West Cassia QRU

S320

West End Fire

N301

Westside Fire District

N55

White Bird QRU

S78

Wilder QRU

N58

Winchester QRU

S330

Wood River Fire & Rescue

N310

Worley Fire Protection District

N56

Worley Volunteer Ambulance

S79

Yellowpine QRU

152 Transported To (Medical Care Provider)

If the person was transported to a MEDICAL CARE FACILITY, select the name of the facility.

Otherwise type in the full name of the facility.

(This list can be customized so that Medical Care Facilities in the law enforcement agency’s area or the Facilities people are transported to most often appear at the top of the list in the User Options section of the program.)

Code Medical Care Provider

CODE

MEDICAL CARE PROVIDER

00

No Medical Care Provider Needed

071

Bear Lake Memorial Hospital - Montpelier

091

Benewah Community - St. Maries

111

Bingham Memorial - Blackfoot

171

Bonner General Hospital - Sandpoint

211

Boundary Community Hospital

180

Boundary County Regional Health Center

833

Buhl Medical Center

292

Caribou Memorial Hospital - Soda Springs

311

Cassia Regional Medical Center - Burley

351

Clearwater Valley Hospital - Orofino

987

Clinic (Generic)

988

Doctors Office (Generic)

193

EIRMC - Eastern ID Medical Center

392

Elmore Medical Center - Mountain Home

411

Franklin County Medical Center - Preston

432

Fremont General Hospital - St. Anthony

471

Gooding County Memorial Hospital

571

Gritman Medical Center - Moscow

771

Harms Memorial Hospital - American Falls

932

Holy Rosary Medical Center - Ontario, OR

551

Kootenai Medical Center - Coeur D Alene

054

Lava Medical Center - Lava Hot Springs

231

Lost Rivers - Arco

371

Lost Rivers Hospital - Mackay

651

Madison Memorial Hospital - Rexburg

852

McCall Memorial

271

St. Alphonsus Medical Center - Nampa

671

Minidoka Memorial Hospital - Rupert

391

Mountain Home Air Force Base

711

Oneida County Hospital - Malad

055

Portneuf MC East Campus

052

Portneuf MC West Campus

373

Salmon River Emergency - Stanley

792

Shoshone Medical Center - Kellogg

011

St. Alphonsus Medical Center - Boise

015

St. Alphonsus - Eagle

531

St. Benedicts Medical Center - Jerome

691

St. Joseph Regional Med Center -Lewiston

834

St. Lukes Magic Valley Regional MC

012

St. Lukes Medical Center - Boise

134

St. Lukes Wood River Medical Center

014

St. Lukes - Meridian

016

St. Lukes - Eagle

492

St. Marys Hospital - Cottonwood

911

St. Patricks Hospital - Missoula, MT

591

Steele Memorial Hospital - Salmon

491

Syringa General Hospital - Grangeville

811

Teton Valley Hospital - Driggs

832

Twin Falls Clinic

851

Cascade Medical Center - Valley County

013

Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Boise

451

Walter Knox Memorial - Emmett

871

Weiser Memorial Hospital

274

West Valley Medical Center - Caldwell

963

Alpine Clinic - Alpine, WY

941

Bear River Valley Hosp - Tremonton, UT

942

Brigham City Hospital - UT

960

Deaconess Hospital - Spokane, WA

943

Logan Regional Medical Center -Logan, UT

914

McKay-Dee Hospital Center - Ogden, UT

957

Memorial - Pullman, WA

951

Newport Community Hospital - Newport, WA

913

Owyhee Hospital - Owyhee, Nevada

953

Sacred Heart Hospital - Spokane, WA

962

Saint Johns Hospital - Jackson, WY

933

Star Valley Hospital - Afton, WY

954

Tri State - Clarkston, WA

955

Valley General Hospital - Spokane, WA

-U

Unknown

153 Fatality ID

Federal fatality ID assigned to the deceased person -- 3 digits with leading zeros if necessary. All fatal crashes are entered into the Idaho collision database by the FARS analyst for consistency.

Drvr Citation 1 & Drvr8 Citation 2 (P14 - Subfields 1 & 2)

Only Entered if Driver? = “Yes”

If a violation is issued choose the Idaho code section number for the citation.

If you issue a citation not on drop-down list, only enter the code section number for the offense.

EXAMPLE: 49-301

Only the number will print on your crash report.

More than one citation is issued, record the code section number for the offence that contributes to the crash.

Additional citations: Record in the narrative

No Idaho code? Record the number for the applicable local jurisdiction.

CODE

DESCRIPTION

00

Not Cited

01

Pending

49-1801(1)

ABANDONED Abandoned vehicle on highway

49-1801(2)

ABANDONED Abandoned vehicle on public or private property

49-1802(3)

ABANDONED Fail to redeem abandoned vehicle

49-1301

ACCIDENT Leaving scene - damage

18-8007

ACCIDENT Leaving scene - injury or death

49-1305

ACCIDENT Notify officers

49-1304

ACCIDENT Striking fixtures adjacent to highway

49-1303

ACCIDENT Striking unattended vehicle

23-1023

BEER Juvenile consuming, procurement

49-723

BICYCLES Light and reflector (night)

49-933

BRAKES Insufficient

49-1627(2)

DEALERS Personal use with dealer plates

49-316

DRIVERS LICENSE Carry on person

49-301(1)

DRIVERS LICENSE Failure to have current and valid

18-8001

DRIVERS LICENSE Driving without privileges

49-333(3)

DRIVERS LICENSE Employ unlicensed chauffeur

49-319

DRIVERS LICENSE Expired

49-331(2)

DRIVERS LICENSE Loaned to another (allowing)

49-320

DRIVERS LICENSE Notify of change of address

49-331(1)

DRIVERS LICENSE Possess cancelled, fictitious or mutilated

49-317

DRIVERS LICENSE Restriction; glasses, daylight, etc.

49-619

DRIVING Display emblem and speed for S.M.V.

49-638

DRIVING Following too close

49-604(1)

DRIVING Improper, unsafe backing

49-1401(3)

DRIVING Inattentive or careless

49-635(1)(a)

DRIVING Left of center on curve or hillcrest

49-605

DRIVING No driving on sidewalks

49-804

DRIVING Obey blinking light

49-801

DRIVING Observe & obey traffic control light

49-612

DRIVING Obstruction to driver's view

49-333(1)

DRIVING Permit unauthorized minor to drive

49-1424(1)

DRIVING Racing

49-1401(1)

DRIVING Reckless

49-655

DRIVING Slow vehicle impeding traffic

49-603

DRIVING Start: pull out safely

49-807(2)

DRIVING Stop for stop sign

49-651

DRIVING Stop from alley or driveway

49-639

DRIVING Turn out with 3 or more vehicles following

49-637(1)

DRIVING Use designated lane

49-227

DRIVING Without owner's consent (felony if damage exceeds $1000)

49-630

DRIVING Wrong side of road

49-1426

DRUNK Pedestrians under influence

39-307(a)

DRUNK Protective custody (incapacitated)

18-8006

DUI Aggravated

18-8004(1)(b)

DUI CDL limit of .04

18-8004(1)(c)

DUI CDL limit of .08

18-8004

DUI D.U.I.

18-8004(1)(a)

DUI D.U.I. (.08)

18-8004(c)

DUI Excessive D.U.I. (.20)

18-8002A(2)

DUI Failure of evidentiary tests

18-1501(3)

DUI Injury to a child

18-8002(3)

DUI Refusal to submit to evidentiary testing

18-8004(1)(d)

DUI Under 21 D.U.I. (.02)

49-1404

ELUDING Failure to stop for police officer

49-967

EQUIPMENT Fail disclose inoperable air bags upon sale/transfer

49-902(1)

EQUIPMENT Unsafe equipment

49-916

FARM EQUIPMENT Light and reflectors

49-1012

FARM EQUIPMENT Movement after dark

49-952

FLAGS Carry in vehicle

49-953

FLARES Display on disabled vehicle

49-2202

HAZ. MATERIALS Permits required

18-3905

HAZ. WASTE Unlawful transportation

49-709

HITCHHIKER Prohibited

49-956(1)

HORN Not in working order

49-1232

INSURANCE Display to police officer

49-1428

INSURANCE Driver operate without insurance - financial responsibility

49-1229

INSURANCE Owner required to insure

49-428

LICENSE PLATE Display and fasten

49-428(1)

LICENSE PLATE Display current plates

49-456(2)

LICENSE PLATE Fictitious display

49-456(3)

LICENSE PLATE Lending plates

49-425

LICENSE PLATE Replace lost or mutilated

49-920(3)

LIGHTS Back-up lights

49-910A

LIGHTS Blue lights limited to police vehicles

49-909

LIGHTS Clearance/Reflector lamps (910 color)

49-923(2)

LIGHTS Dim: 2 (approach)

49-923(3)

LIGHTS Dim: 3 (follow)

49-905(3)

LIGHTS Headlights (height)

49-918

LIGHTS Misuse of spot light

49-908(1)

LIGHTS Stop: (919 color)

49-906

LIGHTS Tail: (color and height)

49-908(2)

LIGHTS Turn: (919 color)

49-903

LIGHTS Use when required

23-505(2)

LIQUOR Consume/possess open container (driver)

23-949

LIQUOR Possess or consume under 21

23-505(1)

LIQUOR Unlawful transportation/open container

18-3906

LITTER Placing debris on public highway

49-613

LITTER Placing glass, etc. - prohibited

49-1010(4)

LOADS Overhang - front (4 feet)

49-1010

LOADS Overwidth, height, length

49-940

MIRRORS Requirements

49-962

MOTORCYCLE Footrests

49-666

MOTORCYCLE/ATV Helmet

49-301(2)

MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle endorsement on driver's license

49-304(1)

MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle endorsement on driver's license

67-7125

MOTORCYCLE Off-highway muffler, motorbikes and all-terrain vehicles

49-949

MUD FLAPS Not sufficient/or fenders

49-937

MUFFLER Insufficient

49-1421

ONE WAY Keep right of island/ barrier

49-636

ONE WAY Wrong way

49-660

PARKED No parking areas, described

49-659

PARKED Stopped upon roadway

49-661(1)

PARKED Wrong side of road

49-634

PASSING Insufficient clearance (200 feet)

49-635(1)(b)

PASSING Intersection or railroad crossing

49-635(l)(a)

PASSING On hillcrest or curve

49-633

PASSING On wrong side

49-429

PERMITS Display permit

49-1004

PERMITS Heavy or wide loads

49-432(1)

PERMITS Trip permit & display

49-1419

POLICE Obey traffic order

49-648

R/R XING Stop as required

49-445

REC.VEHICLE Required annual license

49-907

REFLECTOR Display on vehicles

67-7122

REGISTER Motorcycle/A.T.V. - off road

49-427

REGISTER Carry in vehicle

49-422

REGISTER House trailers

49-456(1)

REGISTER Operate MV not registered

49-401A

REGISTER Owner to register

49-430

REGISTER Renew registration

49-673(3)

SAFETY RESTRAINT Motor veh. operator/occupant age 18 or older

49-673(4)

SAFETY RESTRAINT-Mtr. veh. oper. < age 18-oper. or occup < age 18 unrestr

49-672

SAFETY SEAT Children 6 years and younger

49-1422

SCHOOL BUS Fail to stop while (un)loading

33-1508

SCHOOL BUS Operation of school bus

36-1508(a)

SHOOTING From or across the highway

49-805

SIGNS Unauthorized

49-669

SNOWMOBILE Operation on highway

67-7102

SNOWMOBILE Required registration numbers

49-654(2)

SPEED Excess of maximum limit

49-656

SPEED Posted bridge

49-654(1)

SPEED Reasonable and prudent - conditions/hazards

49-658

SPEED School zone

49-657

SPEED Work zone

49-948

TIRES Studded snow tires

49-809

TURNING Be equipped with signal

49-644(3)

TURNING From wrong lane

49-644(2)

TURNING Improper left turn

49-644(1)

TURNING Improper right turn

49-808

TURNING Signal and with reasonable safety

49-645

TURNING Turning around

49-229

VEHICLE Injure vehicle

49-965

VEHICLE Lowered or modified

49-230

VEHICLE Tamper with vehicle

49-438

WEIGHT Exceed. Regist. (< than 4000 lbs. = infraction)

49-1005

WEIGHT Frost law-sizes, wghts, speeds (< 4000 lbs. = infraction)

49-1001

WEIGHT Gross load & axle wt. (< 4000 lbs. = infraction)

49-612(3)

WINDSHIELD Obstructed vision - frost, debris

49-943(1)

WINDSHIELD Obstructed vision - nontransparent material, signs

49-612(2)

WINDSHIELD View blocked by persons

49-943(3)

WINDSHIELD Wipers in working order

49-944

WINDOWS Tinted

49-642

YIELD From alley, driveway, other

49-807(3)

YIELD From yield sign

49-640

YIELD Intersections

49-641

YIELD Left turns

49-625

YIELD To emergency vehicle

49-702

YIELD To pedestrian

49-615

YIELD To pedestrian or child

49-624

YIELD To stationary emergency vehicle displaying flashing lights

49-632(2)

YIELD When being passed

Drvr9 Substance Use (P17, P19)

Only Entered if Driver? = “Yes”

Was there any evidence which pointed toward drug or alcohol usage?

Enter even if not legally impaired.

CODE

SUBSTANCE USE

01

Neither

02

Alcohol

03

Drugs

04

Both

-U

Unknown

Drvr10 Alcohol Test (P18 - Subfields 1 & 2)

Only Entered if Driver? = “Yes”

If a test was given, select the type of test from the list. Otherwise select "None Given".

CODE

ALCOHOL TEST GIVEN

01

None Given

02

Test Refused

03

Blood Test

05

Breath Test

06

Field Test

04

Urine Test

07

Vitreous Fluid

-U

Unknown

Drvr 13 Drug Test - (P20 - Subfield 1 & 2)

Only Entered if Driver? = “Yes”

If a test was given, select the type of test from the list. Otherwise select "None Given".

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