Have You Been Involved In An Accident?

Somerset Road Safety uses data compiled by the Police to monitor accident numbers and locations, so we can recommend safety improvements. Yet some accidents appear to be going unreported. For example, cyclists often go straight to their GP or to A&E after an accident. These are accidents that will not necessarily be reported to the police and we will probably never hear about them.

So, please help us to build a more accurate picture of traffic accidents in Somerset by filling in the form below. Please note you will also need to report the accident to the Police if it result in personal injury, injury to a dog or damage to property.

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Your personal data will be held and used by Somerset Road Safety (SRS) and will not be disclosed to any unauthorised person or body. This information may be used by SRS to help improve our services. If you would like to view Somerset County Council's privacy notice please visit click here.

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