If the police responded, no. If the police did not respond, and the combined damages were over $1,000.00 or someone was injured, you must file an Operator Report .
For detailed information on how to obtain a copy of a crash/accident report, please visit Accident and Crashes.
The person who was driving your vehicle.
No. New Hampshire is not a mandatory or compulsory insurance state. Proof of insurance may be required as the result of a conviction, crash involvement, or administrative action. If you are required to file proof of insurance and vehicles are registered in your name, you will be required to file an Owners SR-22 Certificate of Insurance.
If the combined damages are over $1,000.00 or there is personal injury and the uninsured motorist is at fault, New Hampshire can suspend the uninsured motorist's driver license and registration privileges.
To request that an uninsured motorist's driver license and registration privileges be suspended, submit the following to the FR Crash Unit:
The person's privilege to drive in New Hampshire will be suspended, and his/her home state will be notified of the suspension.
Yes, a parent/guardian will be responsible only if there is a judgment in court against them.
I am an uninsured motorist who has been in a crash and my privileges have been suspended. If I cannot reach a mutual agreement with the other party, what can I do to satisfy the security requirement for restitution?
You can post restitution with DMV. Restitution must be for the full amount and shall be accepted in only one of the following forms:
Restitution may be submitted in person or mailed to:
NH Dept. of Safety
DMV - FR Crash Unit
23 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305
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