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Welcome to the NC Crash Data Query Web Site. This site provides a data analysis tool that will create tables reflecting crash, vehicle, and person information for crashes in North Carolina in 2001–2010. The tables you request can reflect either the entire state of North Carolina or a specific city, county, Highway Patrol Area, or NCDOT Division.
The Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC) at UNC conducts interdisciplinary research aimed at reducing deaths, injuries, and related societal costs of roadway crashes. Research examines motor vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian crashes, taking into account human, vehicular, roadway and environmental factors. The HSRC strives to translate its research knowledge into practical interventions and programs that can be applied at local, state, national, and international levels.
The North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program (GHSP) seeks to educate the public about highway safety and to establish innovative highway programs. Two of the safety campaigns created and implemented under this program have been "Click It or Ticket", which has boosted seat belt use to as much as 89 percent, and "Booze It & Lose It", which through checkpoints targets drunk drivers.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles delivers quality motor vehicle services, promotes highway safety, and furnishes timely and accurate information by providing excellent customer service, enforcing motor vehicle laws, and maintaining the integrity of official DMV records.