It is the law in Ontario to report all collisions to the Police right away that involve the following:
- Total damage of the vehicles appear to be at least $2,000.
- Damage to property (signs, fences, etc.).
Police will attend the scene of any collisions involving:
- Injury or death.
- Pedestrians or cyclists.
- Vehicles requiring tow trucks.
- Government vehicles, limousines, busses.
- Damage to property.
- Criminal activity (i.e. Impaired driving, stolen vehicles, assault).
- Vehicles transporting dangerous goods.
- Hit and run where suspect vehicle is known and still in the area of the collision.
- When an involved vehicle is registered from outside the
City of Guelph.
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In all other cases, involved drivers are asked to report the accident at the Collision Reporting Centre (Accident Support Services).
- Please bring your driver's license, vehicle ownership and insurance, as well as the involved vehicle so photos of any damage can be taken.
Location and Hours
Collision Reporting Centre (Accident Support Services)
160 Clair Road West
Coliision Reporing Center Website: https://www.accsupport.com
Monday to Friday - 11:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday - 12 Noon - 4:00pm
Closed on Statutory Holidays
Citizens who wish to report traffic alerts such as non-operational traffic lights, dangerous road conditions etc., or who have any driving complaints are asked to contact the Guelph Police Service non-emergency phone number: 519-824-1212 ext. 0