- Associated Press - Friday, May 1, 2015

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakotans wanting to get copies of car crash reports can now find those records online.

The state Department of Public safety says the new online system for state-reportable crash records went live this week.

The new system allows users to search the state database for crash records. There is a flat $10 fee to purchase each record online.

Crash records are typically sought by insurance companies, law firms and individuals involved in state-reportable vehicle crashes. A state-reportable crash is currently for those resulting in $1,000 of damage per vehicle or more than $2,000 in damage for all of the vehicles involved.

Those limits will increase later this year.

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