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CHAPTER 10.
INSTRUCTION IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
10.1 ACCIDENT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. The
driver shall report every accident involving a Navy
vehicle in any way, using the Operator's Report of
Motor Vehicle Accident, Standard Form 91; a copy of
this form (Figure 26) and a pencil must be carried in
the vehicle at all times. A report shall be made for
every accident, even if the driver of the other vehicle
states that no claim will be filed for damages, or if the
vehicles
involved in the
accident
solely
are
Government-owned. It is the duty of the Navy driver
to report all the facts to his supervisor, no matter how
unfavorable they may be to the Navy. After filling out
SF 91, the driver shall deliver the accident report
personally or insure its immediate delivery to his
supervisor who will forward the report to the accident
investigator. FAILURE TO REPORT AN ACCIDENT
WILL RESULT IN SEVERE DISCIPLINARY ACTION.
T h e Operator's Report of a Motor Vehicle
Accident  (Standard  Form  91)  is  vital  to  the
Government driver involved. The processing of the
incident in regard to responsibility, claims, etc.,
cannot be accomplished until the investigator has all
the necessary information, names, addresses, code
numbers, dates, times, locations, etc.  If "YOU ARE
THE GOVERNMENT DRIVER INVOLVED," "YOU ARE
THERE AT THE SCENE" when all the information is
available.  The effort of you and your supervisor to
provide the necessary information "AT THE SCENE OF
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