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Scientific Data Documentation

Fatal Accident Reporting System, 1989

DSN: CC37.SAS.FARS89


USER NOTE

   * Note:  The 1989 Coding and Validation Manual incorporates
            the identification of additions, deletions, and changes
            from the 1988 Version.  This is done by using a
            character on the left-hand margin of the text.  A "+"
            indicates an addition, a "\" indicates a deletion, and a
            "|" indicates that a change occurs.  In places where
            more than one type of modification occurs, an addition
            supercedes a deletion which supercedes a change.
LIST OF ELEMENTS AND LOCATION CODES

All Levels
                              ALL LEVELS

  Case Number-State Number   A1     Transaction Code           A7
                             V1                                V7
                             P1                                P7
  Consecutive Number         A3
                             V3
                             P3
Accident Level
                            ACCIDENT LEVEL

  Card Number 1
  Card Number                A9     Speed Limit                A62
  City                       A14    Roadway Alignment          A64
  County                     A18    Roadway Profile            A65
  Accident Date              A21    Roadway Surface Type       A66
  Time                       A27    Roadway Surface Condition  A67
  Number of Vehicle Forms    A31    Traffic Control Device     A68
    Submitted                       Traffic Control Device     A70
  Number of Person Forms     A33      Functioning
    Submitted                       Hit-And-Run                A71
  Federal-Aid System         A35    Light Condition            A72
  Roadway Function Class     A36    Atmospheric Conditions     A73
                                    Construction/Maintenance   A74
  Route Signing              A38      Zone
  Trafficway Identifier      A39    Notification Time EMS      A75
  Milepoint                  A49    Arrival Time EMS           A79
  Special Jurisdiction       A54    EMS Time at Hospital       A83
  First Harmful Event        A55    School Bus Related         A87
  Manner of Collision        A57    Related Factors-Accident   A88
  Relation to Junction       A58       Level                   A90
  Relation to Roadway        A59                               A92
  Trafficway Flow            A60    Rail Grade Crossing        A94
  Number of Travel Lanes     A61       Identifier
  Card Number 2
  Card Number                A9
  Additional State           A14
  Information

Vehicle Level
                            VEHICLE LEVEL

  Vehicle Number             V10    Vehicle Model              V16
  Vehicle Make               V14    Body Type                  V18
  Model Year                 V20    Impact Point-Principal     V51
  VIN                        V22    Extent of Deformation      V53
  Registration State         V39    Vehicle Role               V54
  Rollover                   V41    Manner of Leaving Scene    V55
  Jackknife                  V42    Fire Occurrence            V56
  Travel Speed               V43    Number of Occupants        V57
  Hazardous Cargo            V45    Related Factors-Vehicle    V59
  Vehicle Trailering         V46      Level                    V61
  Special Use                V47    Vehicle Maneuver           V63
  Emergency Use              V48    Most Harmful Event         V65
  Impact Point-Initial       V49

Driver Level
                             DRIVER LEVEL

  Driver Presence            D14
  License State              D15    Previous Speeding          D27
  Driver License Status      D17      Convictions
  Driver License Type        D18    Previous Other Harmful     D29
    Compliance                        Moving Violation
  Compliance with License    D19      Convictions
    Restrictions                    Date of Last Accident,     D31
                                      Suspension, Conviction
  Violations Charged         D20    Date of First Accident     D35
  Previous Recorded          D21      Suspension, Conviction
    Accidents                       Driver Zip Code            D39
  Previous Recorded          D23    Related Factors-Driver     D44
    Suspensions                       Level                    D46
  Previous DWI Convictions   D25                               D48

Person Level
                             PERSON LEVEL

  Vehicle Number             P10    Method of Alcohol          P28
  Person Number              P12      Determination
  Non-Motorist Striking      P14    Police Reported Alcohol    P29
    Vehicle Number                    Involvement
  Age                        P16    Alcohol Test Result        P30
  Sex                        P18    Drugs Noted in             P32
  Person Type                P19      Toxicology Report
  Seating Position           P20    Injury Severity            P33
  Manual (Active)            P22    Taken to Hospital or       P34
    Restraint System-Use              Treatment Facility
  Automatic (Passive)        P23    Death Date                 P35
    Restraint System-Function       Death Time                 P41
  Non-Motorist Location      P24    Related Factors-Person     P45
  Ejection                   P26      Level                    P47
  Extrication                P27                               P49
                                    Death Certificate Number   SP1
                                    Fatal Injury At Work       SP2
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Submissions (How and When)
  How to submit

     1988 Data

         Enter data directly from coded FARS forms, using
         procedures described  in the FARS  MICROCOMPUTER
         DATA ENTRY MANUAL.

     1989 Data

         Enter data directly from coded FARS forms (Exhibit 100-A),
         using procedures described in the FARS Microcomputer Data
         Entry Manual (MDE Manual).

  When to submit

         Make submissions at anytime during the week via the Microcomputer.

Data Sources

     .1  Use the ANSI D16.1-1983 Manual on Classification of Motor
         Vehicle Traffic Accident (Fourth Edition) for definitions in
         coding the FARS forms.

     .2  Obtain information from death certificates for persons who die  as a
         result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

     .3  Use the State Driver Licensing Files, Vehicle Registration
         Files, Highway Department Files, Accident Reports, and
         Vital Statistics Reports.

     .4  See the FARS MDE manual for instructions on obtaining data and
         responding to requests for data on vehicles and drivers not
         registered or licensed in your state.

     .5  The message system should be used to obtain data on involved
         Out-Of-State drivers and vehicles.

     .6  The VIN Processing Procedures were modified in 1988.  The
         significant change resulted in "bad" VIN's being automatically
         transmitt. This made the preformatted VIN message contained in the
         FARS Message System nearly obsolete (See Exhibit 100-B ). We
         continue to include. See the message system manual.

         100-A EXHIBIT FARS CODING FORMS (ACCIDENT LEVEL)

         100-A EXHIBIT FARS CODING FORMS (VEHICLE/DRIVER LEVEL)

         100-A EXHIBIT FARS CODING FORMS (PERSON LEVEL)

         100-B EXHIBIT 'VIN PROBLEM SUBMISSION'
FORM CODING INSTRUCTIONS

General Instructions

     .1   Codes

     .11  All codes are numeric except TRAFFICWAY IDENTIFIER.
          ADDITIONAL STATE INFORMATION, RAIL GRADE CROSSING
          IDENTIFIER, and VIN.

     .12  All codes are on the form except:  FIRST HARMFUL EVENT,
          TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE, RAIL GRADE CROSSING IDENTIFIER,
          RELATED FACTORS (all levels), VEHICLE MAKE, VEHICLE MODEL,
          BODY TYPE, VEHICLE MANEUVER and MOST HARMFUL EVENT.  See
          the appropriate data element pages for these codes.

     .13  Code for 'Unknown' is always nine.  'Unknown' should only
          be used when all sources for obtaining information on an
          element have been searched and the information is missing
          or stated unknown.

     .14  The code for 'Not Applicable' or its equivalent is always
          zero.

     .15  The code for 'None' is always zero except for Alcohol Test
          Result.

     .2   Coding Forms

     .21  Blanks are used only in fields to be later updated with
          three exceptions:

     .211 If DRIVER PRESENCE is coded 2 or 9 all other driver
          information except RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must be
          blank.

     .212 If VIN is less than seventeen characters, do not zero
          fill, leave remaining characters blank. If a State is not
          allowed to code the entire VIN, code the partial VIN and zero-
          fill the characters that cannot be completed.


     .213 If TRAFFICWAY IDENTIFIER is less than ten characters, do
         not zero fill or 9 fill. Leave remaining characters blank.

     .22  All codes are right justified except VIN and TRAFFICWAY
          IDENTIFIER.

     .3   Vehicle Driver and Person Level Forms. These forms are
          automatically numbered by the system.

     .31  Vehicles are numbered consecutively beginning with 01.

     .32  For each vehicle, persons are numbered consecutively
          beginning with 01.  Order is not important.  The driver
          does not have to be 01.

     .33  The vehicle number for nonmotorists is 00.

     .34  Nonmotorists are numbered consecutively beginning with
          01.  Order is not important.

     .4   Miscellaneous

     .41  The number of changes per case is not limited.

     .42  Request of other States for information should always
          follow the format of the MDE systems Out-Of-State Data
          Request whether the MDE System itself or the mail is used.

     .43  Refer all coding questions through the FARS CODING ASSISTANCE
          PROGRAM.

     .44  Copies of all cases or other actions submitted must
          be retained for 3 years after the data collection year.

     .45  If a State will not allow transmittal of complete VIN,
          send a memorandum to the RCOTR informing him of this fact.

     .5   Special Case - Coding Fatal Traffic Accidents for which
          there is only a death certificate.

     .51  Be sure the death occurred within thirty (30) days of the
          accident.  If you don't know, do not submit the case.  If
          it occurred after 30 days, do not submit.

     .52  For the cases you do submit, you must complete Forms HS-214,
          HS-214A, HS-214B unless you have been granted an exemption.

     .6   Code the required elements as follows:

          These mandatory elements are the minimum number of elements
          needed to consider a case a legitimate FARS case.  Once these
          elements have been coded, the values cannot be changed.  Changes
          can only be made by deleting the case and re-entering it.

Accident Level (Form HS-214)

           Date -              Appropriate Day, Month and Year
           Accident Time -     Appropriate hour and minute if known,
                               9999 if not known

           Number of Vehicle
           Forms Submitted-    01-99
           Number of Person
           Forms Submitted -   01-99
           First Harmful       Appropriate Code if known
              Event -          99 if not known

Vehicle/Driver Level (Form HS-214A)

           Vehicle Number -    01-99
           Number of Occupants 01-97 if known,
                               99 if unknown


           Driver Presence -   Appropriate code if known,
                               9 if unknown
Person Level (Form HS-214B)


           Vehicle Number -    00 if nonmotorist
                               01-99 if occupant
           Person Number -     01-99
           Person Type -       1, 2, or 9 for occupants
                               3-8 for nonmotorists

     .61  Code all other elements with the proper code if
          information is known.  If no information is known, code
          the items 'Unknown'.  There are three exceptions to this,
          Rollover, Emergency Use and Fire Occurrence should all be
          coded 0 ("No Rollover", "No" and "No Fire", respectively).

Deletion Instructions

        See FARS Microcomputer Data Entry Manual for instructions on
        how to delete a case.

Request for Case Listing Instructions

        See FARS Microcomputer Data Entry Manual for instructions on
        how to list a case
DATA ELEMENT CODING INSTRUCTIONS

Section Organization

     .1  For each element on the FARS forms, an instruction page
         follows in the order of the elements on the forms.

    .11  The letters in the upper right hand corner refer to the
         forms:

             'A' - Accident Level Form
             'V' - Vehicle Portion of Vehicle/Driver Level Form
             'D' - Driver Portion of Vehicle/Driver Level Form
             'P' - Person Level Form

             The number refers to the first card column for the
             element shown on the form.

    .12  The Format section gives the type element and whether it
         must be coded for an original case or whether it can be
         changed.

    .13  The Element Value section lists the values for the element
         and their associated codes.

    .14  The Remarks section contains coding instructions, special
         instructions, etc., for the element.

    .15  The Consistency Checks section lists all inter-element
         checks for the element.

             1. To the left of the error description is a 4 character
                reference number.  The first 3 characters are unique
                sequence numbers for each edit check.  The 4th character
                indicates the severity of the error as follows:

             Symbol

                 0- The elements involved will be noted as questionable
                    or unlikely and the status of the case will not be
                    affected.

                 P- Non-mandatory data are inconsistent and the status
                    of the case will be made Pending until action is
                    taken to correct the inconsistency.

                 F- Data elements including at least one "logical"
                    mandatory element are inconsistent and the status
                    of the case will be made Flawed until action is
                    taken to correct the inconsistency.

                 S- Data elements including at least one "structural"
                    mandatory element are inconsistent and corrective
                    action must be taken before proceeding to enter
                    case data.

     .16  The Special Processing Rules section lists all checks made
          between forms to determine consistencies.
2A1 - P49 Element Pages
Case Number - State Number

                 CASE NUMBER - STATE NUMBER
  Format: 2 numeric

  Necessary on all forms
  May not be changed

  Element Values:

  From GSA Worldwide Geographical Location Codes except code 43 for
  Puerto Rico

      01  Alabama                       30  Montana
      02  Alaska                        31  Nebraska
      04  Arizona                       32  Nevada
      05  Arkansas                      33  New Hampshire
      06  California                    34  New Jersey
      08  Colorado                      35  New Mexico
      09  Connecticut                   36  New York
      10  Delaware                      37  North Carolina
      11  District of Columbia          38  North Dakota
      12  Florida                       39  Ohio
      13  Georgia                       40  Oklahoma
      15  Hawaii                        41  Oregon
      16  Idaho                         42  Pennsylvania
      17  Illinois                      43  Puerto Rico
      18  Indiana                       44  Rhode Island
      19  Iowa                          45  South Carolina
      20  Kansas                        46  South Dakota
      21  Kentucky                      47  Tennessee
      22  Louisiana                     48  Texas
      23  Maine                         49  Utah
      24  Maryland                      50  Vermont
      25  Massachusetts                 51  Virginia
      26  Michigan                      53  Washington
      27  Minnesota                     54  West Virginia
      28  Mississippi                   55  Wisconsin
      29  Missouri                      56  Wyoming

  Consistency Checks:

  (200P)  1.  If CITY is greater than 0000 and less than 9997 and
          COUNTY is greater than 000 and less than 997, then CITY and
          COUNTY must be valid codes for the STATE.

  (230P) 2.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 5 and STATE is not equal to 02,
         then TIME must equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999 (or if LIGHT
         CONDITION equals 5 and STATE equals 02, then TIME must equal
         1600-2300, 2399, 9999).

  (220P) 3.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 4 and STATE is not equal to 02,
         then TIME must equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

  (A010) 4.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 4, then TIME
         should equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

  (A020) 5.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 5, then TIME
         should equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999.
Consecutive Number

                       CONSECUTIVE NUMBER

  Format:  4 numeric

  Necessary on all forms
  May not be changed

  System Generated (MDE System Only)


  Element Values:

       0001-9999

  Remarks:

  Please  complete FARS forms with the MDE assigned case number.
Transaction Code
                           TRANSACTION CODE
                   (Not Utilized in M. D. E. System)

  Format:  2 numeric

  Necessary on all forms
  First digit is preprinted on all the forms

  Element Values:

       11  Original submission Accident Level Form
       12  Update or change Accident Level Form
       21  Original submission Vehicle-Driver Level Form
       22  Update or change Vehicle-Driver Form
       31  Original submission Person Level Form
       32  Update or change Person Level Form
       13  Deletion - See MDE Manual on how to delete a case.

  Remarks:

       There is no limit to the number of changes that can be made
       to a case.  The transaction code should be the same on all
       forms for each submission of a case.

  Consistency Checks:

  (F)  1.  If TRANSACTION CODE equals 31-32, then CARD NUMBER must
       not equal 2.

  Special Processing Rules:

  (F)  1.  If TRANSACTION CODE equals 21, then for each VEHICLE
       NUMBER there must be a CARD NUMBER 1 and 2.

  (F)  2.  NUMBER OF PERSON FORMS SUBMITTED must equal the number of
       Person Level forms with TRANSACTION CODE 31.

  (F)  3.  NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must equal the number
       of Vehicle-Driver Level forms with TRANSACTION CODE 21.
Card Number
                             CARD NUMBER

  Format:  1 numeric

  Preprinted on all the forms


  Element Values:
       1
       2
  Consistency Checks

   (F)  1.  If TRANSACTION CODE equals 31-32, then CARD NUMBER must
        not equal 2.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (F)  1.  If TRANSACTION CODE equals 21, then for each VEHICLE
        NUMBER there must be a CARD NUMBER 1 and 2.
City-County
                                 CITY
                                COUNTY

  Format:  7 numeric

  Element Values:

  Use GSA Geographical Location Codes

  City:
         Blanks
         0000  Not Applicable
    0001-9996  GSA Codes
         9997  Other
         9999  Unknown

  County:
         Blanks
         000  Not Applicable
     001-996  GSA Codes
         997  Other
         999  Unknown
  Remarks:

       The accident location refers to the location of the unstablized event.
       CITY and COUNTY are considered one field.  Both must be submitted at
         the same time.
       If COUNTY only is known CITY may be unknown.
       Code CITY as 0000 if the accident does not occur within city limits.
       Code CITY as 9997 if CITY is other than those given by the GSA Codes.
       Code CITY as 9999 if accident location is unknown.
       Code COUNTY as 997 if COUNTY is other than those given by the GSA
         Codes.
       Code COUNTY as 999 if location is unknown.

 In general, "Not Applicable" should be used when there is no GSA code for
 the accident location.  "Other" should be used when the Analyst

  Consistency Checks:

   (210P)  1.  If CITY is greater than 0000 and less than 9997, then
           COUNTY must not equal 999.

   (200P)  2.  If CITY is greater than 0000 and less than 9997 and
           COUNTY is greater than 000 and less than 997, then CITY and
           COUNTY must be valid codes for the STATE.
Accident Date

                            ACCIDENT DATE

  Format:  6 numeric

   Mustbe coded for an original submission,before moving to any
    other level

    May only be changed, before leaving the accident level on an
    original submission.

  Element Values:

       Month:  01-12

         Day:  01-31
               99  Unknown

        Year:  Current year (preprinted)


  Consistency Checks:

   (A030)  1.  If MONTH equals 05-09, then ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS
           should not equal 3 or 4.

   (1B0P)  2.  If ACCIDENT MONTH is between January and June, then the
           vehicle MODEL YEAR must NOT be greater than the ACCIDENT YEAR.

   (1C0P)  3.  If ACCIDENT MONTH is between July and December, then the
           vehicle MODEL YEAR must NOT be greater than ACCIDENT YEAR plus ONE.

   (3K0P)  4.  DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be
           less than or equal to ACCIDENT DATE.

   (4V2P)  5.  If DEATH MONTH is greater than 00 and less than 13 and
           DEATH DAY is blank, 99 or in error, then DEATH MONTH must
           be within one month of ACCIDENT MONTH.

   (4V1P)  6.  If DEATH MONTH is greater than 00 and less than 13 and
           DEATH DAY is not blank, 99 or in error, then DEATH DATE must
           be within 30 calendar days of the ACCIDENT DATE.

   (6V0P)  7.  DEATH DATE must not be less than ACCIDENT DATE.

   (7V0P)  8.   If DEATH YEAR equals 99, then ACCIDENT MONTH must not
           be  01-11.

   (5K0P)  9.   The Year of DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
           CONVICTION must be within three years of the Year of ACCIDENT
           DATE.

   (3U0P)  10. If DEATH DATE equals ACCIDENT DATE and ACCIDENT TIME
           is not equal to 9999, then  DEATH  TIME must not be less
           than ACCIDENT TIME.

   (A04P)  11.  If MONTH equals 05-09, then ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION
           should not equal 3 or 4.
Time
                                 TIME

  Format:  4 numeric

   Must be coded for an original submission, before moving to any
   other level.

   May only be changed before leaving the accident level on an
   original submission.

  Element Values:

       0001-2400  Valid military time (Code midnight as 2400)
       0099-2399  Known hours but unknown minutes
       9999       Unknown

  REMARKS:

       Code midnight as 2400.  If unknown minutes, code the actual
       hour and 99 for the minutes.
       If the day of the accident and the day of EMS Notification do not have
       the same  date,  then  be sure  to  use code  18 in RELATE
       FACTORS-Accident Level (A89-A92).

  Consistency Checks:

   (A050)  1.  If TIME equals 0900-1600, 1699, then LIGHT CONDITION
           should not equal 2-5.

   (A060)  2.  If TIME equals 2300-0400, 0499, then LIGHT CONDITION
           should not equal 1, 4, 5, 9.

   (A070)  3.  NOTIFICATION TIME EMS should not be more than 120
           minutes later than TIME.

   (220P)  4.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 4 and STATE is not equal to
           02, then TIME must equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   (230P)  5.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 5 and STATE is not equal to
           02, then TIME must equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999 (or if LIGHT
           CONDITION equals 5 and STATE equals 02, then TIME must equal
           1600-2300, 2399,9999).

   (3U0P)  6.  If DEATH DATE equals ACCIDENT DATE and ACCIDENT TIME is
           not equal to 9999, then DEATH TIME must not be less than
           ACCIDENT TIME.

   (A01P)  7.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 4, then
           TIME should equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   (A02P)  8.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 5, then
           TIME should equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999.
Number of Vehicle Forms Submitted

                  NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED

  FORMAT:  2 numeric

   Must be coded for an original submission, before moving to any
   other level

   May only be changed before leaving the accident level on an
   original submission

  ELEMENT VALUES:

     01-99

  Remarks:

       The count includes only motor vehicles in transport.  Do not
       include legally parked vehicles.

       The count must be the number of motor vehicles involved in
       the accident; that is, a Vehicle-Driver Level form must be
       submitted for all motor vehicles involved in the accident
       regardless of whether the motor vehicle was a hit and run
       vehicle, an involved motor vehicle that had left the scene of
       the accident, etc.  Refer to the instructions under Hit and
       Run (A71).


  Consistency Checks:



   (A080)  1.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2 and FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
           equals 12 and NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals 02,
           then one RELATED FACTOR-DRIVER LEVEL should equal 20.

   (620P)  2.  If HIT-AND-RUN equals 1, then NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS
           SUBMITTED must not be less than 02.

   (670F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER OF
           VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

   (2Z0F)  4.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER OF
           VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

   (1A0P)   5.  If RELATED  FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 14, then
            NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than
            01.

   (050P)   6.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8 and VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED  equals
            01, then NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER must equal 0

  Special Processing Rules:

          1.  NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must equal the
          number of Vehicle-Driver Level forms with TRANSACTION
          CODE 21.

  (A090)  2a. If NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED is greater than
          1, then there should be at least one vehicle with TRAVEL
          SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.

  (A100)  b.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is not equal to 2, 4, 5, 8, 9,
          15, 16, 18, then there should be one vehicle with TRAVEL
          SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.
Number of Person Forms Submitted

                   NUMBER OF PERSON FORMS SUBMITTED

  Format:  2 numeric

   Must be coded for an original submission before moving to any
   other level

   May only be changed before leaving the accident level on an
   original submission

  Element Values

       01-99

  Remarks:

       A Person Level form must be submitted for all persons
       involved in the accident, except for: 1) uninjured bus
       passengers, and 2) uninjured railway train occupants.  Always
       submit a person level form for the bus driver regardless of injury and
       any injured passengers as well as any injured railway track.

  Special Processing Rules:

       1.  NUMBER OF PERSON FORMS SUBMITTED must equal the number of
       Person Level forms with TRANSACTION CODE 31.
Federal-Aid System

                       FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank

       1   Interstate
       2   Federal aid primary (other than interstate)
       3   Federal aid urban
       4   Federal aid secondary (rural only)
       5   Nonfederal aid
       9   Unknown

  Remarks:

 Before coding this element be certain of which trafficway is to be coded.
 This element and ALL HIGHWAY ELEMENTS are coded based on the LO

       Federal Highway Administration classification  obtainable
       from  State  Highway Department  must  be used.  No other
       classification source is  acceptable.  Refer  problems in
       obtaining the FHWA classification to Contract Technical
       Managers.

  Consistency Checks:

   (400P)  1.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROADWAY  FUNCTION
           CLASS must equal 01,11 or if ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals
           01,11 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 1.

   (410P)  2.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM does not equal 9,  then ROADWAY
           FUNCTION CLASS must not equal 09,19.

   (A120)  3.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,11,12,13 then
           FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM should not equal 9.

   (310P)  4.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 02,03 then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM must equal 2, 5, 9.

   (320P)  5.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 04, then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM must equal 4, 5, 9.

   (330P)  6.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 05, then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM must equal 5, 9.

   (360P)  7.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 06, 16 then FEDERAL-AID
           must equal 5, 9.

   (350P)  8.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12, 13, 14  then
           FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 2, 3, 5, 9.

   (340P)  9.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 15, then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM must equal 3, 5, 9.

   (430P) 10.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 3, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
           CLASS must not equal 01-09,99.

   (A250) 11.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equal 1, then MOST HARMFUL EVENT
           should not equal 10.

   (720P) 12.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM must not equal 4.

   (260P) 13.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROUTE SIGNING
           must equal 1.

   (270P) 14.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1,2 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
           must not equal 9.

   (A260) 15.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 3-6,8 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
           should not equal 9.

   (300P) 16. If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 4, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
           CLASS must not equal 11-16, 19.

   (A270) 17. If ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE equals 5, then FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM should not equal 1-4.
Roadway Function Class

                        ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank

       RURAL
       01  Principal Arterial - Interstate
       02  Principal Arterial - Other
       03  Minor Arterial
       04  Major Collector
       05  Minor Collector
       06  Local Road or Street
       09  Unknown Rural

       URBAN
       11  Principal Arterial - Interstate
       12  Principal Arterial - Other Freeways or Expressways
       13  Other Principal Arterial
       14  Minor Arterial
       15  Collector
       16  Local Road or Street
       19  Unknown Urban
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Assign the accident to the roadway function class on which
       the vehicle(s) is/are traveling.
Intersection Accidents

            In an at intersection accident, which involves a motor
            vehicle traveling through an intersection without moving
            from one function class roadway to another, assign the
            accident to the function class roadway on which the
            vehicle is traveling.

            In an at intersection accident involving vehicles traveling
           on different roadways of different class,assign the accident
            to the roadway of the higher function class.

            If the vehicles are traveling on different roadways of equal
            class, assign the accident to the roadway on which the vehicle
            precipitating the accident is traveling.
All Other Types of Accidents

      ALL OTHER TYPES OF ACCIDENTS (including intersection related
            and interchange)

            In any non-intersection traffic accident, assign the
            accident to the function class on which the first
            harmful event occurred, or if the first harmful event
            did not occur on a trafficway, to the roadway function
            class of the road on which the unstabilized situation
            originated.

            For any area within two or more classes, but not within
            an intersection the higher class trafficway takes precedence.
Questionable Cases

     QUESTIONABLE CASES

       In any questionable case, the higher function class takes
       precedence.

       Federal Highway Administration classification obtainable from
       the State Highway Department must be used.  No other
       classification source is acceptable.  Refer problems in
       obtaining the F.H.W.A. classification to Regional State Assignee.

       Consistency Checks:

        (A110)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY
                FUNCTION CLASS should not equal 01,11,12.

        (760P)  2.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then ROADWAY
                FUNCTION CLASS must not equal 01,11,12.

        (400P)  3.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROADWAY
                FUNCTION CLASS must equal 01,11 or if ROADWAY FUNCTION
                CLASS equals 01,11 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 1.

        (410P)  4.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM does not equal 9, then
                ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS must not equal 09,19.

        (A120)  5.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,11,12,
                13 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM should not equal 9.

        (A700)  6.  If SPEED LIMIT equals 60 or 65, then ROADWAY
                FUNCTION CLASS should not equal  02-04, 09, 11-13, 19, 99.

        (A130)  6.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,11,12,13
                then NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES should not equal 1.

        (A140)  7.   If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12 then
                TRAFFICWAY FLOW should not equal 4 or 9.

        (A150)  8.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12 then
               RELATION TO JUNCTION should equal 1,4,6,8 or 9.

        (A160)  9.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,04,11,12,13,
               15 then ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE should not equal 3-5,8.

        (A170) 10.  If ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE equals 5, then ROADWAY
               FUNCTION CLASS should not equal 01,01,03,11-15.

        (A180) 11.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then SPECIAL
               JURISDICTION should not equal 1-5,8,9.

        (A190) 12.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12, then SPECIAL
               JURISDICTION should not equal 4.

        (A200) 13.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROADWAY
               FUNCTION CLASS should not equal 04,05,06,16.

        (A210) 14.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12 then
               TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE should not equal 01-03,07,20,
               40-80.

        (A220) 15.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then SPEED
               LIMIT should not equal 05-40.

        (A230) 16.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                    CLASS should not equal 1.

        (300P) 17.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 4, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                    CLASS must not equal 11-16,19.

        (310P) 18.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 02,03 then
               FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 2, 5, 9.

        (320P) 19.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 04, then
               FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 4, 5, 9.

        (330P) 20.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 05, then
               FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 5, 9.

        (360P) 21.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 06,16 then
               FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 5,9.

        (350P) 22.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12,13,14 then
               FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 2,3,5,9.

        (430P) 23.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 3 then ROADWAY
               FUNCTION CLASS must not eqal 01-09,99.

        (1T0P) 24.  If SPEED LIMIT equals 60 or 65 then ROADWAY
               FUNCTION CLASS must be blank, 01-04, 09, 11-13, 19,
               or 99.

     SPECIAL PROCESSING RULES:

       (A240)  1. If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then TRAVEL
               SPEED should not equal 05-40.
Route Signing

                          ROUTE SIGNING

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank

       1   Interstate
       2   U.S. highway
       3   State highway
       4   County road
           Local street
       5   Township
       6   Municipality
       8   Other
       9   Unknown

 Remarks:

  Before coding this element, be certain of which trafficway is to be coded.
  If there is any question, refer to the remarks section of A36

  Other (Code 8) includes 'Other Limited Access' and 'Other
  Major Artery.'

  Federal Highway Administration classification obtainable from the State
  Highway Department must be used.  No other classification source

  Consistency Checks:

  (260P)  1.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROUTE SIGNING must
          equal 1.

  (270P)  2.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1,2 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
          must not equal 9.

  (A260)  3.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 3-6,8 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
          should not equal 9.

  (A280)  4.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPECIAL JURISDICTION
          should not equal 1-5,8,9.

  (A290)  5.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then RELATION TO JUNCTION
          should not equal 2-3,5,7.

  (A300)  6.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW should
          not equal 1,4.

  (A310)  7.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES
          should not equal 1.

  (A320)  8.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPEED LIMIT should not
          equal 05-40.

  (A330)  9.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1,2 then ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE
          should not equal 3-5,8.

  (A340) 10.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE
          should not equal 01-03,07,20,40-80.

  (A350) 11.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
          should not equal 10.

  (280P) 12.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then ROUTE SIGNING
          must not equal 1.

  (290P) 13.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROUTE SIGNING
          must not equal 5,6.

  (A360) 14.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROUTE SIGNING
          should not equal 4.
Trafficway Identifier

                       TRAFFICWAY IDENTIFIER

  Format:  10 alphanumeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       Actual Posted Number, Assigned Number, or Common Name
            (if no posted or assigned number) except:
       9999999999 Unknown

  Remarks:

  Before coding this element, be certain of which trafficway is to be coded.
  If there is any question, refer to the remarks section of A36

     If less than 10 characters, left  justify  and  do  not  zero fill.

     Obtained  from  the  State  Highway Department, or if same as
     that used by the State Highway Department,  from  the  police
     accident report.

     If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01 (Interstate) or 11 (Interstate)
     and ROUTE SIGNING equals 1 (Interstate), code the Interstate
     highway number with a capital "I" in front, left justified (e.s. if
     Interstate 5 code "I5" in first two spaces of Trafficway Identifier;
     if Interstate 95, code "I95", etc.)  Do not use hyphens or blanks.

 In all non-Interstates, if ROUTE SIGNING already identifies the type of
 roadway, code only the numeral (e.g., if ROUTE SIGNING is 2 (U.S.). If one
 trafficway is both a U.S. route and a State Route, code the road f

     If the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) number is
     available,  it  should  be  entered  on  card number 2 of the
     Accident  form,  and  the  trafficway  identifier  (A39)  and
     milepoint (A49) should also be coded according to the above
     guidelines.
Milepoint
                          MILEPOINT

  Format: 5 alphanumeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00000  None
       Actual to Nearest .1 mile (Assumed decimal,
              e.g., 12345=1234.5)
       99999  Unknown


  Remarks:


       Refer  to  the  remarks  section under Roadway Function Class
       (A36) for the hierarchy of selecting  the  trafficway  to  be
       coded.

       Code  the  milepoint for the respective Trafficway Identifier
       (A39).

       Obtained from the police accident report or  from  the  State
       Highway Department.

       Code the actual milepoint to the nearest .1 mile with decimal assumed.
       Right justify to assumed decimal place if less than  5

 OTHER EXAMPLES:

 Milepoint                    You Must Code

            39.89                          00399
            404                            04040
            73.1                           00731

       If  the  HPMS number is known, code it on Accident Level card
       number 2 and also code the  trafficway  identifier  (A39)
       and the milepoint (A49) according to the above guidelines.
Special Jurisdiction
                         SPECIAL JURISDICTION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Special Jurisdiction
       1  National Park Service
       2  Military
       3  Indian Reservation
       4  College/University Campus*
       5  Other Federal Properties*
       8  Other
       9  Unknown


  Remarks:

       Road  must  be  under the regulation of SPECIAL JURISDICTION,
       although it may be  patrolled  by  State,  County,  or  local
       police forces.

 There is a difference between a National Park and National Forest. Only
 areas described as National Parks should be coded "1".

       State  highways  running  through Indian Reservations must be
       coded 3.

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise  an error
       flag.


  Consistency Checks:

   (A180)  1.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then SPECIAL
           JURISDICTION should not equal 1-5, 8, 9.

   (A190)  2.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12, then
           SPECIAL JURISDICTION should not equal 4.

   (A280)  3.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPECIAL
           JURISDICTION should not equal 1-5, 8, 9.
First Harmful Event

                         FIRST HARMFUL EVENT

  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded on an original submission
  Must be blank on a change submission
  May not be changed


  Element Values:


       Non-Collision

       01  Overturn
       02  Fire/Explosion*
       03  Immersion
       04  Gas Inhalation*
       05  Fell from Vehicle
       06  Injured in Vehicle*
       07  Other Non-Collision

       16  Thrown or Falling Object

       44  Pavement Surface Irregularity
           (Pothole, Grooved, Grates)


       Collision with Object Not Fixed

       08  Pedestrian
       09  Pedalcycle
       10  Railway Train
       11  Animal
       12  Motor Vehicle in Transport
       13  Motor Vehicle in Transport in Other Roadway
       14  Parked Motor Vehicle
       15  Other Type Non-Motorist
       18  Other Object (not fixed)
             Collision with Fixed Object
       17  Boulder
       19  Building
       20  Impact Attenuator/Crash Cushion*
       21  Bridge Pier or Abutment
       22  Bridge Parapet End
       23  Bridge Rail
       24  Guardrail
       25  Concrete Traffic Barrier
       26  Other Longitudinal Barrier Type
       27  Highway/Traffic Sign Post
       28  Overhead Sign Support
       29  Luminaire/Light Support
       30  Utility Pole
       31  Other Post, Other Pole, or Other Supports
       32  Culvert
       33  Curb
       34  Ditch
       35  Embankment - Earth
       36  Embankment - Rock, Stone, or Concrete
       37  Embankment - Material Type Unknown
       38  Fence
       39  Wall
       40  Fire Hydrant
       41  Shrubbery
       42  Tree
       43  Other Fixed Object

       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Definition:  The first property damage or injury producing event.

   In accidents involving harmful events caused by objects set in motion by
   a Motor Vehicle in Transport.

  Code 05 (Fell from Vehicle) is used when falling from the vehicle is the
  first event causing damage or injury.

  Code 13 (Motor Vehicle in Transport in Other Roadway) differs from  Code 12
  in that it applies to events in which a vehicle leaves one.

  Code 13 should not be used in an at intersection accident (where the First
  Harmful Event occurs in the intersection).

  Code 14 (Parked Motor Vehicle) refers to the collision of a motor vehicle.

  Code 16 ( Thrown or Falling Object ) is a noncollision event and, unless
  there is another collision during the accident.

  Code 17 ( Boulder ) is a rock of sufficient mass that when
      struck by a motor vehicle moves very little and remains
      basically intact.  It may be considered as a fixed object.

      Code 20 ( Impact Attenuator ) is a device for controlling the
      absorption of energy released during vehicle collision.  Its
      most common application involves the protection of fixed
      roadside objects such as bridge piers, elevated gores at exit
      ramps, etc.  Examples include barrels filled with water or
      sand, and plastic collapsible structures.

      Code 21, ( Bridge Pier or Abutment ) refer to support structures. They
      are most likely to be struck by vehicles passing under  bridges.

       Bridge Pier - a square or round column of stone, concrete,
       brick, steel or wood for supporting a bridge between
       abutments.

       Bridge Abutment - wall supporting the ends of a bridge
       generally retaining or supporting the embankment under bridge
       ends and composed of stone, concrete, brick, or wood.

      Code 22 ( Bridge Parapet End ) and code 23 ( Bride Rail ) are
      components of the upper portion of bridges.

       Code 22  ( Bridge Parapet End )  the end of a low wall which
      runs along the outer most edge of the roadway or sidewalk on the
      bridge.

       Code 23  ( Bridge Rail ) a wooden, brick, stone, concrete or metal
       fence-like wall which runs along the outermost edge of the
       roadway or sidewalk on the bridge or a rail constructed along
       the top of a parapet.

       Bridges do not need to support another roadway. It may be an
       overpass for a train or even for a viaduct (water conduit).

       See the figure on bridge components on page 46 for a
       diagram of the three bridge codes 21, 22, and 23.

       Barriers as in codes 24, 25 and 26 refer to a physical
       structure such as a guardrail, a concrete safety barrier or a
       rock wall which has the primary function of preventing
       cross-median travel by deflecting and redirecting vehicles
       along the roadway on which they were traveling.  Therefore,
       trees, curbing, rumble strips and drain depressions are not
       barriers.

       Code 24 ( Guardrail ) is a low barrier
       running along the edge of a road shoulder either on the right
       or the left and which has the primary longitudinal structure
       composed of metal (plates, cable, mesh, box beam, etc.).

       A guardrail is differentiated from  Code 25 (Concrete Traffic Barrier)
       by the material making up the greatest part of the
       longitudinal portion of the structure.  In the case of
       guardrails, this is metal whereas in concrete barriers this
       is concrete (including concrete rails).  All other barriers
       such as wood or rock and unknown barrier composition types
       should be coded 26.

       Code 27 ( Highway/Traffic Sign ) is used when the post
       supporting a  traffic sign is hit by a motor vehicle in transport.

       Code 28 ( Overhead Sign Support ) is used when the sign
       supported  is above the highway.  The difference between codes
       27 and 28 is the location.

       Code 30 ( Utility Pole ) - Electrical, Telephone, Cable
       and other  utility pole type supports.

 Traffic Signal is coded 31.

Bridge Code Diagram Goes Here

                       BRIDGE CODE DIAGRAM GOES HERE

       Code 32 ( Culvert ) is any structure entirely under the
       roadway and  less than 20 feet in span measured along the
       centerline of the  roadway.

       An Embankment, codes 35-37, is a raised structure to hold
       back water, to carry a roadway or the result of excavation or
       washout (including errosion) which may be faced with earth
       (Code 35) or rock, stone or concrete (code 36).  An
       embankment can usually be differentiated from a wall by its
       incline whereas a wall is usually vertical.  However, there
       are exceptions to this such as a retaining wall which may be
       inclined or a vertical embankment which is caused by a
       natural event such as a washout.

       In accidents involving a field approach or crossing, if in
       doubt about when to use codes 32, 34 (Culvert or Ditch) or
       codes 35, 36, 37 (Embankment), use the following criteria:

            Use code 32, 34 if the driver would not have been able
            to recover from the ditch even if there had been no
            field approach (crossing).

            Use code 35, 36, 37 if the driver would have been able
            to recover from the ditch, but struck the field approach
            (crossing) prior to doing so.

            Use code 35, 36, 37 if it is not known whether or not
            the driver could be recovered from the ditch and a field
            approach (crossing) is involved.

  Code 39 ( Wall ) is a primarily vertical (+ 15  from vertical) structure
          composed of concrete, metal, timber, or stone which is  not part of
          a building or a fence but typically is used for retaining earth,
          abating noise, and separating areas.

  Code 43 ( Other Fixed Object) This is used when the object is fixed and
          is not described by any of the other fixed object codes.

  Code 99 (Unknown) This is used when it is not known what the First Harmful
          Event is.  For example, if a series of harmful events occured and
          it is unclear which was first.

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (500F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01-11, 14-44, then
           MANNER OF COLLISION must not equal 1-6.

   (510F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12-13, then MANNER OF
           COLLISION must not equal 0.

   (A370)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 99, then MANNER OF
           COLLISION should not equal 0-6.

   (520F)  4.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE must not equal 01-09, 20-50, 98.

   (A380)  5.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01-07, 16-44, then
           HIT-AND-RUN should not equal 1-3.

   (A390)  6.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 19-43, then RELATION
           TO ROADWAY should not equal 1 or 7.

   (A400)  7.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 13, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   (A410)  8.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FIRST HARMFUL
           EVENT should not equal 08,09,14.

   (A110)  9.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY
           FUNCTION CLASS should not equal 01,11,12.

   (A420) 10.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then RELATION
          TO JUNCTION should equal 7.

   (A350) 11.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then FIRST HARMFUL
          EVENT should not equal 10.

   (580F) 12.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 14, then RELATION TO
          ROADWAY must not equal 1.

   (670F) 13.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER
          OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (540F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then at least one
           vehicle must have FIRE OCCURRENCE equal to 1 or blank.

   (560F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one
           person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 5.

   (560F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one
           person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 6-7.

   (570F)  4.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least
           one PERSON TYPE equal to 1-2, 9 must have INJURY SEVERITY
           equal to 1-5 or blank.

   (A08F)  5.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2 and FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
           equals 12 and NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals 02,
           then one RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should equal 20.

   (590F)  6.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one
           Person Level form must have a PERSON TYPE code of 3-4, 8.

   (7A0F)  7.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must
           equal 1 or blank for at least one vehicle, or BODY TYPE
           must equal 20-29 or blank for at least one vehicle.

   (440F)  8.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 1, then there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 01-04, 09-14, 19, 99.

   (450F)  9.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 14.

   (460F) 10.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
          RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 2, then there must be at
          least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
          equal to 05, 15.

   (470F) 11.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and
          RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, 8, then there must be at
          least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
          equal to 05, 18, 99.

   (480F) 12.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and
          RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 4 or 6, then there must be
          at least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
          equal to 05-06, 16, 18-19, 99.

   (490F) 13.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and RELATION
          TO ROADWAY equals 5, then there must be at least one Person
          Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 17.

   (530F) 14.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
          TO ROADWAY equals 9, then there must be at least one Person
          Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to  09, 19, 99.

   (A090) 15a.  If NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED is greater than 1,
          then there should be at least one vehicle with TRAVEL SPEED
          of 01-97, 99, or blank.

   (A100)   b.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is not equal to 2, 4, 5, 8,
            9, 15, 16, 18, then there should be one vehicle with
            TRAVEL SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.

Manner of Collision

                             MANNER OF COLLISION

         Format:  1 numeric

         Element Values:

              Blank
              0  Not Collision with Motor Vehicle in Transport
              1  Rear-End
              2  Head-On
              3  Rear-to-Rear*
              4  Angle
              5  Sideswipe, same direction
              6  Sideswipe, opposite direction
              9  Unknown

         Remarks:

       Refers only to accidents in which the FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is
       a collision between two motor vehicles in transport (codes 12
       and 13).

       A head-on collision is one in which the front end of one
       vehicle collides with the front end of another vehicle, while
       the two vehicles are travelling in opposite directions.  It
       also applies to those cases in which the direction of force
       was head-on immediately preceding the collision. For example,
       two vehicles are travelling in opposite directions. One
       vehicle slides into the path of the other, hitting it at an
       angle. Although the actual impact was not head-on, the
       important fact is that the direction of force was, and thus
       should be coded as a head-on collision.

       Sideswipe, code 5 or 6, may be applied if the following are
       true for both vehicles involved in the First Harmful Event.

       1.  The initial engagement does not overlap the corner of
            either vehicle by more than four inches, so that there
            is no significant involvement of the front or rear
            surface areas.

       2.  There is no pocketing of the impact in the suspension
            areas.  The impact then swipes along the surface of the
            vehicle parallel to the direction of travel.

       3.  There is low retardation of the force along the surface
            of the vehicle.

       4.  Again, these must be true for both vehicles involved in
            the collision (with each other) which is the first
            harmful event.

       5.  For the sake of convention, end swipes are coded as angle
            (code 4).

       If unclear if the collision was an angle or a sideswipe code
       it as angle.

       * This value is an unlikely occurance and will raise an error
       flag.


  Consistency Checks:

   (A430)  1.  If MANNER OF COLLISION equals 2, then VEHICLE ROLE
           should equal 1.

   (500F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01-11, 14-44, then
           MANNER OF COLLISION must not equal 1-6.

   (510F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12-13, then MANNER OF
           COLLISION must not equal 0.

   (A370)  4.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 99, then MANNER OF
           COLLISION should not equal 0-6.


  Special Processing Rules:

   (420P)  1.  If MANNER OF COLLISION equals 5 or 6, then there
           must be at least two vehicles with IMPACT POINT-INITIAL
           equal to 01-05, 07-11, 99.

Relation to Junction
                         RELATION TO JUNCTION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Non-Junction
       2  Intersection
       3  Intersection Related
       4  Interchange Area
       5  Driveway, Alley, Access, Etc.
       6  Entrance/Exit Ramp
       7  Rail Grade Crossing
       8  In Crossover
       9  Unknown


  Remarks:

       This element refers to the location of the FIRST HARMFUL
       EVENT and not to the location of the commencement of
       unstabilized situation.

  Refer to the following definitions in ANSI D16.1:

  2.5.10 Intersection
  2.5.11 Junction
  2.7.5  Intersection Related Accident
  2.5.16 Interchange
  2.5.9  Driveway Access
  2.5.17 Ramp
  2.5.20 Gore
  2.7.7  Interchange Accident

 Be sure to review all of the appropriate diagrams with these  definitions.

       Some question arises as to when to code Interchange Area
       (code 4) as opposed to Entrance/Exit Ramp (code 6) because
       ramps are a subset of the interchange area.  Refer to the
       diagram of the interchange area on page  54.  In general,
       code ramps only if the first harmful event occurs on the ramp
       roadway.  Two exceptions to this are if it occurs in the
       merge/ diverge area of the ramp at the freeway in which case
       use code 4 - Interchange Area.  The other exception is at the
       other end of the ramp where it intersects with the lower
       class road (surface street) where code 2 - Intersection or
       code 3 - Intersection Related may be used.  However, caution
       should be exercised when using code 3 that it should not be
       more appropriately coded 6 (ramp).  The following Table
       should help:

    Location of First                            Code A60 through
    Harmful Event                A58     A59     A69 with respect to:

    a. on ramp roadway            6       1      ramp (special note
                                                 - use A60-code 4)

    b. in intersection with       2       1      surface street
       surface street

    c. at or approaching          3       1      surface street
       intersection with
       surface street

    d. anywhere else along ramp   4      2-9     higher class road
       except on roadway
       (within interchange)

    e. anywhere else along ramp   1      2-9     surface street
       except on roadway (not
       within interchange)

    In the situation where a 'ramp' connects parallel freeways, code
    ramp if the 'design features' of the 'ramp' indicate it to be so
    or  if  the  'design features' are unknown.  Otherwise treat the
    ramp as a separate trafficway.

    An entrance/exit ramp may  exist  outside  an  interchange  area
    (i.e. rest area).

    Code  8  refers  to a turn lane located in the median designated
    for crossing over from  one  roadway  to  another.    This  only
    applies to trafficways with separate roadways and a median.

       Diagram for Interchange Area

  Consistency Checks:

   (A150)  1.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12, then RELATION
           TO JUNCTION should equal 1,4,6,8 or 9.

   (A400)  2.  If  FIRST  HARMFUL  EVENT equals 13, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   (A420)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10,  then  RELATION  TO
           JUNCTION should equal 7.

   (1Y0P)  4.  If  RELATION  TO  JUNCTION  equals 7, then RAIL GRADE
           CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.

   (A440)  5.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 7, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should equal 60-80.

   (A450)  6.  If  MOST HARMFUL EVENT  equals 10, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION should equal 7.

   (A460)  7.  If MOST HARMFUL  EVENT equals 13, then RELATION  TO
           JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   (770P)  8.  If RELATION  TO ROADWAY  equals 7, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION must not equal 2,4,6,8.

   (A200)  9.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROADWAY
           FUNCTION CLASS should not equal 04,05,06,16.

   (720P) 10.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FEDERAL-AID
          SYSTEM must not equal 4.

   (A410) 11.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FIRST HARMFUL
          EVENT should not equal 08,09,14.

   (730P) 12.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION  equals 8, then RELATION TO
          ROADWAY must not equal 4-7, 9.

   (740P) 13.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then TRAFFICWAY
          FLOW must equal 2-3.

   (750P) 14.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then RAIL  GRADE
          CROSSING IDENTIFIER must equal 0000000.

   (A290) 15.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then RELATION TO
          JUNCTION should not equal 2-3, 5, 7.

   (290P) 16.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then  ROUTE
          SIGNING must not equal 5,6.

   (A360) 17.  If  RELATION TO JUNCTION equals  8, then ROUTE
          SIGNING should not equal 4.

   (800P) 18.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 1, then TRAFFIC
          CONTROL DEVICE must not equal 01.

   (830P) 19.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION  equals 6, then RELATION
          TO ROADWAY must equal 1 .

   (A610) 20.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 6, then TRAFFICWAY
          FLOW should equal 4.

Relation to Roadway

                         RELATION TO ROADWAY

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  On Roadway
       2  Shoulder
       3  Median
       4  Roadside
       5  Outside Right-of-way
       6  Off Roadway - Location Unknown
       7  In Parking Lane
       8  Gore
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       This element is coded as to the location of the first harmful
       event.

       A median (code 3) is defined as  the  portion  of  a  divided
       highway  separating  the  travel ways for traffic in opposing
       directions.   The principal functions  of  a  median  are  to
       provide  the  desired  freedom  from interference of opposing
       traffic,  to  provide  a  recovery  area  for  out-of-control
       vehicles,  to provide a stopping area in case of emergencies,
       to provide for speed change and storage of  left-turning  and
       U-turning vehicles, and to minimize headlight glare.  Medians
       may  be depressed, raised, or flush.  Flush medians can be as
       little as 2 feet wide between  roadway  edgelines.    Painted
       roadway  edgelines  two (2) or more feet wide denote medians.
       Medians of lesser width must have a barrier to be  considered
       a median.  Continuous left turn lanes are considered medians.

       Code  4  refers  to a location off the roadway but inside the
       right-of-way.

       Code 6  refers  to  a  location  off  the  roadway,  but  its
       relationship to the right-of-way is not known.

       Code 7 refers to a strip of road located on the roadway which
       has  been  designated for parking.  This code is used only if
       the accident occurred during the designated parking hours. At
       other hours, it is considered a regular traffic lane.

       Code 8 - Gore is an area of land where two  roadways  diverge
       or  converge.   The area is bounded on two sides by the edges
       of the roadways, which join at the  point  of  divergence  or
       convergence.    The  direction of traffic must be the same on
       both of these roadways.    The  area  includes  shoulders  or
       marked  pavement,  if  any, between the roadways.   The third
       side is 60 meters (approximately 200 feet) from the point  of
       divergence  of convergence or, if any other road is within 70
       meters (230 feet) of that point, a line 10 meters  (33  feet)
       from the nearest edge of such road.

       Inclusions:

       Areas at rest area entry or exit ramps.

       Areas at truck weight station entry or exit ramps.

       Areas where two main roadways diverge or converge.

       Areas where a ramp and another roadway, or two ramps, diverge
       or converge.

       Areas  where  a  frontage  road  and  another  roadway or two
       frontage roads, diverge or converge.
       And others.

       Exclusions:

       Islands for channelization of vehicle movements.

       Islands for pedestrian refuge.
       And others.


  Consistency Checks:

   (A390)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 19-44, then RELATION
           TO ROADWAY should not equal 1 or 7.

   (250P)  2.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, then TRAFFICWAY
           FLOW must not equal 1, 4 or 9.

   (760P)  3.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then ROADWAY
           FUNCTION CLASS must not equal 01,11,12.

   (770P)  4.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION must not equal 2,4,6,8.

   (780P)  5.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL
           LANES must not equal 1.

   (790P)  6.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then TRAFFICWAY
           FLOW must not equal 2-3.

   (730P)  7.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then  RELATION
           TO ROADWAY must not equal 4-7, 9.

   (280P)  8.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7,  then  ROUTE
           SIGNING must not equal 1.

   (580P)  9.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 14, then RELATION
           TO ROADWAY must not equal 1.

   (830P) 10.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 6, then RELATION TO
          ROADWAY must equal 1.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (440F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 1, then there must be at
           least  one  Person  Level  form  with  NON-MOTORIST
           LOCATION equal to 01-04, 09-14,19, 99.

   (450F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 14.

   (460F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT  equals 08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 2, then there must be  at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 05, 15.

   (470F)  4.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals  08, 09  or  15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, 8, then there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 05, 18, 99.

   (480F)  5.  If FIRST HARMFUL  EVENT equals  08,  09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 4, 6, then there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 05-06, 16, 18-19, 99.

   (490F)  6.  If FIRST HARMFUL  EVENT  equals  08, 09 or 15, and
           RELATION TO  ROADWAY  equals 5, then  there must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 17.

   (530F)  7.  If  FIRST HARMFUL  EVENT equals  08, 09 or 15  and
           RELATION TO  ROADWAY  equals 9, then there  must be at
           least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           equal to 09, 19, 99.
Trafficway Flow
                           TRAFFICWAY FLOW

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Not Physically Divided (Two Way Trafficway)
       2  Divided Highway, Median Strip (Without Traffic
          Barrier)
       3  Divided Highway , Median Strip (With Traffic
          Barrier)
       4  One Way Trafficway
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       This variable should be coded in accordance with the  roadway
       selected  as  discussed  in the remarks section under ROADWAY
       FUNCTION CLASS (A36).

       A  trafficway  may  include  several  roadways  if  it  is  a
       physically  divided highway.   Trafficways are not physically
       divided unless the divider is a  median,  barrier,  or  other
       constructed  device.  Pavement markings do qualify.  Refer to
       the definition of a median under RELATION TO ROADWAY.

       All traffic barriers  are  constructed  on  a  median  strip;
       therefore,  if a traffic barrier exists on a divided highway,
       code 3 must be used.  If it is not known  whether  or  not  a
       barrier  exists, assume one does not and use code 2 (that is,
       if a median is known to exist).

  Consistency Checks:

   (A470)  1.  If TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 2-3, then NUMBER OF  TRAVEL
           LANES should not equal 1.

   (A480)  2.  If  TRAFFICWAY  FLOW equals 1,  then NUMBER OF TRAVEL
           LANES should not equal 1.

   (A490)  3.  If TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals  2-3, then  ROADWAY SURFACE
           TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

   (A140)  4.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12, then TRAFFICWAY
           FLOW should not equal 4 or 9.

   (250P)  5.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
           must not equal 1, 4 or 9.

   (790P)  6.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
           must not equal 2-3.

   (740P)  7.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
           must equal 2-3.

   (A300)  8.  If  ROUTE SIGNING  equals 1, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
          should not equal 1, 4.

   (A610)  9.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 6, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
           should equal 4.
Number of Travel Lanes

                        NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  One lane
       2  Two lanes
       3  Three lanes
       4  Four lanes
       5  Five lanes
       6  Six lanes
       7  Seven or more lanes
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refer to the Remarks section  under  ROADWAY  FUNCTION  CLASS
       (A36).

 A  roadway (the travel lanes) is one part of a divided trafficway  or,
 if undivided, the same as the travel lanes of the trafficway.

       Only lanes open for travel should be counted.  Turn lanes are
       therefore excluded.

  Consistency Checks:

  (A500)   1.  If NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES  equals  3-7,  then  ROADWAY
           SURFACE TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

  (A130)   2.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,11,12,13 then
           NUMBER  OF TRAVEL LANES should not equal 1.

  (A470)   3.  If  TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 2-3, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL
           LANES should not equal 1.

  (780P)   4.  If RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL
           LANES must not equal 1.

  (A310)   5.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1,  then  NUMBER OF  TRAVEL
           LANES should not equal 1.

  (A480)   6.  If TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 1, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES
           should not equal 1.
Speed Limit
                             SPEED LIMIT

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

    Blanks
    Actual Posted or Statutory Miles Per Hour* Except:
       00  No Statutory Limit
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refers to the highway speed limit that is operational at  the
       time  and  place of the accident whether physically displayed
       or not.

       Disregard advisory or other speed signs  since  they  do  not
       indicate the legal speed limit.

       Acceptable speed limits are in 5 mph increments.

       Accurate coding of SPEED LIMIT is extremely important.  Do not rely
       solely on the Police Accident Report.  Check with the State Highway
       Department as well.

       When a roadway has a different speed limit for different
       types of vehicles, code SPEED LIMIT, A62 the SPEED LIMIT
       that is applicable to passenger cars.

         Example:  A rural Interstate highway has a speed limit
                   of 65MPH for passenger cars, but the same road
                   has a 55MPH speed limit for heavy trucks/buses.

           Circumstance1:  A single vehicle (passenger car)
                         accident.   SPEED LIMIT A62 = 65MPH

            Circumstance 2:  A single vehicle (heavy truck/bus)
                         accident.   SPEED LIMIT A62 = 65MPH

            Circumstance 3:  A two vehicle accident, (passenger
                         car and heavy truck/bus) accident
                         SPEED LIMIT A62 = 65MPH

         Logic:  Our statisticians feel that it would be more
                  representive to code the SPEED LIMIT of the
                   majority of the traffic, namely the passenger
                 car.  In addition, they feel that by
                   identifying the car speed limit of 65MPH, then
                   they can determine the truck speed limit by
                   reviewing the state's speed limit law. (The
                   reverse is not necessarily true.)

       When coding SPEED LIMIT on On-Off Ramps (i.e., when the First Harmful
       Event occurs on the ramp), consider the following:

            a.  When a ramp has a posted Speed Limit - a regulatory
                (black on white) sign, not an advisory (black on
                  yellow) one - the posted speed should be coded.

            b.  When there is an advisory speed limit or no sign
                at all, you should:

                   1.- Check with your State Highway Department
                      tosee if there is animplicitspeed limit
                       for all unmarked ramps.  If there is, code
                       that speed limit.

                  2.- If there is not; code the speed limit of
                         the controlled access highway.

     *  Values  less  than 15 mph are unlikely occurances and will
       raise an error flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (A220)  1.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then SPEED LIMIT
           should not equal 05-40.

   (A320)  2.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPEED LIMIT should
           not equal 05-40.

   (A700)  3.  If SPEED LIMIT equals 60,65, then ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS
           should not equal 02-04,09,11-13,19,99.

   (1T0P)  4.  If SPEED LIMIT equals 60 or 65, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
           CLASS must be blank, 01-04,09, 11-13, 19, 99.
Roadway Alignment
                          ROADWAY ALIGNMENT

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Straight
       2  Curve
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Should  be  obtained  from  the  accident report or the State
       Highway Department.
Roadway Profile
                           ROADWAY PROFILE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Level
       2  Grade
       3  Hillcrest
       4  Sag
       9  Unknown


  Remarks:

       This element is coded in reference to the commencement of the
       unstabilized event.

       Should be obtained from the  accident  report  or  the  State
       Highway Department.

       A  dip  on  the  road  is  not the same as a sag.  A sag is a
       design feature whereas a dip is a flaw.   The minimum  length
       of a sag is 100 feet.
Roadway Surface Type
                         ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Concrete
       2  Blacktop, Bituminous, or Asphalt
       3  Brick or Block
       4  Slag, Gravel or Stone
       5  Dirt
       8  Other
       9  Unknown


  Remarks:

       Should  be  obtained  from  the  accident report or the State
       Highway Department.

 If the PAR lists more than one type, choose the type with the lowest number.
 For example,  if the PAR indicates Dirt/Gravel,then use code

  Consistency Checks:

   (A500)  1.  If NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES equals  3-7, then  ROADWAY
           SURFACE TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

   (A160)  2.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,02,04,11-13,15
           then ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE should not equal 3-5, 8.

   (A490)  3.  If TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 2-3,  then ROADWAY SURFACE
           TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

   (A170)  4.  If ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE equals 5, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
           CLASS should not equal 01-03,11-15.

   (A330)  5.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1-2,  then ROADWAY SURFACE
           TYPE should not equal 3-5, 8.

   (A270)  6.  If ROADWAY SURFACE  TYPE  equals  5, the  FEDERAL-AID
           SYSTEM should not equal 1-4.
Roadway Surface Condition

                      ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Dry
       2  Wet
       3  Snow or Slush
       4  Ice
       5  Sand, Dirt, Oil
       8  Other
       9  Unknown


  Remarks:

       Those  conditions noted by the investigating officer.  May be
       present without having contributed to the accident.


  Consistency Checks:

   (A510)  1.  If ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS equals 2-4, 6-7, then ROADWAY
           SURFACE CONDITION should not equal 1, 5, 8, 9.

   (810P)  2.  If any RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 05, then
           ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION must not equal 1,3-5,8,9.

   (A040)  3.  If MONTH equals 05-09, then ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION
           should not equal 3 or 4.
Traffic Control Device

                        TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  No Controls


  Not At Railroad Grade Crossing

Highway Traffic Signals

     Highway Traffic Signals

       01  Traffic control signal (on colors) without pedestrian
           signal
       02  Traffic control (on colors) with pedestrian signal
       03  Traffic control signal (on colors) not known whether
           or not pedestrian signal
       04  Flashing traffic control signal
       05  Flashing beacon
       06  Flashing highway traffic signal, type unknown or other
           than traffic control or beacon
       07  Lane use control signal
       08  Other highway traffic signal
       09  Unknown highway traffic signal
Regulatory Signs

     Regulatory Signs

       20  Stop Sign
       21  Yield Sign
       28  Other regulatory sign
       29  Unknown type regulatory sign
School Zone Signs

     School Zone Signs

       30  School speed limit sign
       31  School advance or crossing sign
       38  Other school related sign
       39  Unknown type school zone sign
Warning Signs
     Warning Signs

       40  Warning Sign

     Miscellaneous not at Railroad Crossing

       50  Officer, crossing guard, flagman, etc.

  At Railroad Grade Crossing
Active Devices

     Active Devices

       60  Gates
       61  Flashing Lights
       62  Traffic Control Signal
       63  Wigwags
       64  Bells
       68  Other train activated device
       69  Active device, type unknown
Passive Devices

     Passive Devices

       70  Cross bucks
       71  Stop sign
       72  Other railroad crossing sign
       73  Special warning device - watchman, flagged by crew
       78  Other passive device
       79  Passive device, type unknown

     Miscellaneous Devices at Railroad Crossing

       80  Grade crossing controlled, type unknown

     Whether or not at Railroad Grade Crossing

       98  Other
       99  Unknown
Remarks

  Remarks:

       Code  this element whether the device was functioning or not.
       If more than one device is present, code the  highest  device
       on  list most related to the accident.  The only exception is
       code 50.  If this is present, code 50 takes  precedence  over
       entire list.

      Pavement markings  are  not  considered  as  traffic  control
      devices.

       Regulatory  signs  inform  highway  users  of traffic laws or
       regulations  and  indicate   the   applicability   of   legal
       requirements  that  would not otherwise be apparent.  Warning
       signs are used when it is deemed necessary to warn traffic of
       existing or potentially hazardous conditions on  or  adjacent
       to  a  highway or street.  If there is a question as to which
       type a sign is, consult the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control
       Devices  (MUTCD)  or  the  Regional  CTM.    Generally,   the
       appropriate  code  should  be used if a party to the accident
       failed to heed the sign, was in a position to  be  controlled
       by  the  sign,  or  the  sign  has  some  relationship to the
       accident.  For example, code 20 - Stop Sign for  an  accident
       at  a  four-legged,  two-way stop intersection where a driver
       fails to stop at the stop  sign  and  collides  with  another
       vehicle.    Conversely, at the same intersection, a driver on
       an approach not controlled by a stop sign looses control  and
       strikes  a  utility pole.   In this case code 20 would not be
       appropriate.  Code 40 - Warning Sign would be appropriate for
       a vehicle that fails to negotiate a  curve  which  is  posted
       with a warning sign.

       Another set of questions arise from the issue of proximity of
       the  device  to  the  accident.   Analysts' judgement must be
       applied in these situations.  Typical signs which create such
       problems are speed limit signs where a party to the  accident
       may  be  speeding;  Do Not Pass signs where a no passing zone
       extends for miles but is only marked at the beginning of  the
       zone;  Pedestrians,  etc.    Prohibited signs at entrances to
       freeways but a pedestrian  accident  occurs  between  on  the
       freeway  between interchanges; and other such signs which may
       pertain to a significant length of road.  In these instances,
       if the accident occurs within reasonably close  proximity  of
       the  sign  and the sign type is relevant to the accident then
       it may be appropriate to code the sign.

       Code 05 - Beacon has a  single  head  and  flashes as
       opposed  to the rest of codes 01-09 which have several heads,
       as in red-yellow-green on colors signal.

 If a flashing red beacon appears with a stop sign, the proper code is 05.

 08 should be coded when a School Bus uses flashing lights to control traffic
 around the bus, regardless of any additional signs the school

       Advisory speed signs are coded 40.

       Codes  30-39  should  only  be  used if the accident occurred
       during the time the sign was in effect.

  Consistency Checks:

   (520F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE must not equal 01-09, 20-50, 98.

   (A210)  2.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11,12 then TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE should not equal 01-03, 07, 20, 40-80.

   (A440)  3.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 7, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should equal 60-80.

   (A520)  4.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should not equal 01-09,20-50,98.

   (A340)  5.  If ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should not equal 01-03, 07, 20, 40-80.

   (800P)  6.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 1,  then  TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE must not equal 01.

   (610P)  7.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 0, then TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must equal 0.

   (650P)  8.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 60-80, then RAIL
           GRADE CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.

   (A530)  9.  If  VEHICLE  MANEUVER  equals 10-11, then TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE should equal 01-03.

   (660P) 10.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE  is  not  equal  to  00,
           then TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must not equal
           0.
Traffic Control Device Functioning

                  TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

            Blank
            0  No Controls
            1  Device Not Functioning
            2  Device Functioning - Functioning
               Improperly
            3  Device Functioning Properly
            9  Unknown


  Remarks
       Coded with respect to TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE.

       Code  1  is  device not functioning at all (e.g., signal out,
       sign knocked down).

       Code 2 is used when the device was functioning to  an  extent
       but  not  as intended (e.g., red signal lamp burned out, sign
       twisted or obscured by vegetation).

       Unless specifically noted and TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE  is  not
       equal  to  0, assume that the device was functioning properly
       (Code 3).

       Code 9 is used if the police accident report notes that it is
       unknown whether the device was functioning or not.

  Consistency Checks:

   (610P)  1.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 0, then TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must equal 0.

   (660P)  2.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE is not equal to 00, then
           TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must not equal 0.
Hit-and-Run
                             HIT-AND-RUN

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Hit and Run
       1  Hit Motor Vehicle in Transport
       2  Hit Pedestrian or Non-Motorist
       3  Hit Parked Vehicle or Object

  Remarks:

 This element refers to cases where a vehicle is a contact vehicle in the
 accident and does not stop to render aid.

 Code 0 if there is no reason to believe a hit and run occurred.

 Code 1 if the hit and run vehicle hit a motor vehicle in transport.

 Code 2 if the hit and run vehicle hit a pedestrian or other type of
 nonmotorist.

 Code 3 if the hit and run vehicle hit a parked motor vehicle, regardless of
 whether it contained occopants.

       Vehicle-Driver Level and Person Level forms must be submitted
       for all vehicles, drivers,  and  occupants  involved  in  the
       accident  regardless  of  the fact that it was a hit-and-run.
       In  addition,  RELATED  FACTORS-VEHICLE  LEVEL  code  31  and
       RELATED  FACTORS-DRIVER  LEVEL  code  90 must be used for the
       hit-and-run vehicle and driver.

       If no information is known about the vehicle  and/or  driver,
       code  all  the elements on the Vehicle and Person Level forms
       (except for related factors as stated above) as Unknown.   On
       the  Driver  Level  form, code DRIVER PRESENCE as 1 or 9.  If
       coded 9, leave the rest  of  that  record  blank  except  for
       RELATED  FATORS  -  DRIVER  LEVEL  where all applicable codes
       should be entered.  If coded 1, then nine  fill  that  record
       except   for   RELATED  FACTORS  -  DRIVER  LEVEL  where  all
       applicable codes should be entered.

       Otherwise, if some information is  known  about  the  vehicle
       and/or  the  driver,  fill  out  all  the  elements for which
       information exists and leave the rest as Unknown (or blank on
       the Driver Level form as stated in the  preceding  paragraph,
       that is, Driver Presence was coded 9).

       Code 3 is used if the hit-and-run  vehicle  collided  with  a
       parked vehicle whether it contained occupants or not.

  Consistency Checks:

   (620P)  1.  If HIT-AND-RUN equals 1, then NUMBER OF VEHICLE
           FORMS SUBMITTED must not be less than 02.

   (A380)  2.  If  FIRST  HARMFUL  EVENT  equals  01-07, 16-44,
           then HIT-AND-RUN should not equal 1-3.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (640F)  1.  If HIT-AND-RUN  equals 2, then there must be at
           least one PERSON TYPE equal to 3-8.

   (7G0P)  2.  If  RELATED  FACTORS-VEHICLE  LEVEL  equals  31,
           then HIT-AND-RUN must not equal 0.

   (630P)  3.  If HIT-AND-RUN equals 1-3, then there must be one
           vehicle  with one RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equal
           to 31.
Light Condition
                           LIGHT CONDITION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Daylight
       2  Dark
       3  Dark but Lighted
       4  Dawn
       5  Dusk
       9  Unknown

  Consistency Checks:

   (A050)  1.  If TIME equals 0900-1600, 1699, then LIGHT CONDITION
           should not equal 2-5.

   (A060)  2.  If TIME equals 2300-0400, 0499, then LIGHT CONDITION
       should not equal 1,4,5,9.

   (220P)  3.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 4 and STATE is not equal to
           02, then TIME must equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   (230P)  4.  If LIGHT CONDITION equals 5 and STATE does not  equal
           02, then TIME must equal 1600-2200,  2299,  9999  (or  if
           LIGHT CONDITION equals  5 and STATE equals 02, then  TIME
           must equal 1600-2300, 2399, 9999).

   (A010)  5.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 4, then
           TIME should equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   (A020)  6.  If STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 5, then
           TIME should equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999.
Atmospheric Condition

                        ATMOSPHERIC CONDITION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  No Adverse Atmospheric Conditions
       2  Rain
       3  Sleet (Hail)
       4  Snow
       5  Fog
       6  Rain and Fog
       7  Sleet and Fog
       8  Other (Smog, Smoke, Blowing Sand or Dust)
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refers   to  those  conditions  noted  by  the  investigating
       officer.  May be present without being RELATED FACTORS.

       Mist should be coded 2.

  Consistency Checks:

   (A510)  1.  If ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS equals 2-4, 6-7, then
           ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION should not equal 1,5,8,9.

   (A030)  2.  If MONTH equals 05-09, then ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS
           should not equal 3 or 4.
Construction/Maintenance Zone

                    CONSTRUCTION/MAINTENANCE ZONE
  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  None
       1  Construction
       2  Maintenance
       3  Utility
       4  Work Zone, Type Unknown


  Remarks:

       To   use  codes  1-3,  the  duration  of  the  work  must  be
       considered.  If the work is short-term (i.e., takes less than
       one period of daylight and is not performed during  hours  of
       darkness),   use  codes  2  or  3  as  applicable.    If  the
       maintenance or utility work is  long-term,  code  1  must  be
       used.

       Code  0  -  None. Use this code when it is reasonably certain
       that codes 1-4 do not apply.

       Code 1 - Construction. This code indicates that the  accident
       occurred  in the vicinity of highway construction activity or
       within an area marked by signs, barricades or  other  devices
       as a highway construction zone. Highway construction includes
       construction  of appurtenances such as guardrails or ditches,
       surveying activity,  installation  of  utilities  within  the
       right-of-way,  etc.  The use of this code does not imply that
       the accident was caused by the construction activity or zone.

       Code 2 - Maintenance. This code indicates that  the  accident
       occurred  in  the vicinity of highway maintenance activity or
       within an area marked by signs, barricades or  other  devices
       as  a  highway maintenance zone. Highway maintenance includes
       pavement  marking,  painting  guardrail,  cleaning   ditches,
       mowing grass, etc.

       Code  3  -  Utility.    This code indicates that the accident
       occurred in the vicinity of utility work such  as  electrical
       work  within the right-of-way.  The work must be performed by
       the utility company.

       Code 4 - Work Zone, Type Unknown. Use this code when there is
       insufficient information to distinguish between construction,
       maintenance and utility.
Notification and Arrival Time and Time at Hosp.

                        NOTIFICATION TIME EMS
                          ARRIVAL TIME EMS
                        EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL

  Format:  4 numeric

  Element Values:

         Blanks
         0000  Not Notified/Officially Cancelled/Not Transported
    0001-2400  Valid Military Times
    0099-2399  Known Hours but Unknown Minutes
         9999  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Every effort should be made  to  determine  the  NOTIFICATION
       TIME EMS and ARRIVAL TIME EMS and EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL.

       The EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL, is the time (if reported) the EMS arrived
       at the hospital or treatment facility to which it was transporting
       victims of the accident

       The ARRIVAL TIME EMS is the time the EMS arrived on the accident
       scene.

  If the day of the accident and the day of EMS Notification have  different
  dates, then be sure to use code 18 in RELATED FACTORS

       Questions arise when there is more than one EMS unit involved or
      when there is more than one injured person.  The following
       guidelines apply:



          Code the NOTIFICATION AND ARRIVAL TIMES of the first EMS unit
          to arrive on the scene.

          Code the EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL of the unit transporting the most
          severely injured victim.

  The most severely injured includes (and usually is) the  victim who dies
  enroute or later, but not the one who  dies on the scene.

      If the fatalities all occur on-scene, code the EMS TIME AT  HOSPITAL of
      the next most severely injured victim.

      If all of the injuries are on-scene fatalities (no one is  transported
      for treatment), code the NOTIFICATION and ARRIVAL TIMES.

        (A540)  1.  ARRIVAL TIME EMS should not be more than 120
                minutes later than NOTIFICATION TIME EMS.

        (A070)  2.  If  NOTIFICATION  TIME EMS is not 0000 or 9999,
                then NOTIFICATION TIME EMS should not  be  more
                than  120 minutes later than TIME.

        (A550)  3.  EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL should not be more than
                60 minutes later then ARRIVAL TIME EMS.

        (A560)  4.  EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL should not be more than
                180 minutes later than NOTIFICATION TIME EMS.
School Bus Related
                          SCHOOL BUS RELATED

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No
       1  Yes

  Remarks:

       This   field   applies   to  accidents  in  which  a  vehicle
       functioning as  a  school  bus  was  directly  or  indirectly
       involved,  such  as  an accident involving children alighting
       from a school bus.   The school bus does not  have  to  be  a
       traffic  unit  in  the accident.   If it cannot be determined
       that a school bus was involved, code 0 - No.

  Consistency Checks:

   (3D0P)  1.  If SPECIAL USE for any vehicle equals 2, then SCHOOL
           BUS RELATED must equal 1.
Related Factors-Accident Level

                    RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL

  Format:  2 numeric - occurring 3 times

  If  one  factor  is  in  error, all three are rejected.  If one is
  changed, all three must be changed.

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  None
       01  Inadequate Warning of Exits, Lanes Narrowing, Traffic
           Controls, etc.
       02  Shoulder Related
       03  Other Construction Created Condition
       04  No or Obscured Pavement Marking
       05  Surface Underwater
       06  Inadequate Construction or Poor Design of Roadway,
           Bridge, etc.
       07  Surface Washed Out (caved in, road slippage)

         Special Circumstances

       14  Motor Vehicle in Transport struck by falling cargo, or
           something that came loose from or something that was
           set in motion by a vehicle

       15  Nonoccupant struck by falling cargo, or
            something that came loose from, or something that
            was set in motion by a vehicle
       16  Nonoccupant struck vehicle
       17  Vehicle set in motion by nondriver
       18  Date of Accident and Date of EMS Notication were not
           the same day
       19  Recent previous accident scene nearby

       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

    Code information provided in the narrative by the investigating officer.

      If no factors are noted, zero fill all three fields.  'None'
       implies only that no factors were stated by investigating
       officials.

       If the circumstances surrounding the accident are unknown and
       no factors are stated, nine fill all three fields.

 Codes 14 -18 SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, are exceptions to the above remarks.
       These are codes for unusual factors that occurred during the accident.

  Consistency Checks:

   (810P)  1.  If any RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 05,
           then ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION must not equal 1, 3-5,
           8, 9.

   (840P)  2.  If any  RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT  LEVEL equals 99,
           then all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must equal 99.

   (860P)  3.  If  any RELATED  FACTORS-ACCIDENT  LEVEL is blank,
           then all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must be blanks.

   (850P)  4.  If the first RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals
           00, then all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must be 00.
           If the second equals 00, then the third must also.

   (870P)  5.  A RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL between 01  and 07
           and between 15 and 17 can be used only once per accident.

   (880F)  6.  If  RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 15 or 16,
           then there must be a Person Level form with PERSON TYPE
           equal to 3-8.

   (1A0P)  7.  If RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 14, then
           NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than             01
Rail Grade Crossing Identifier

                    RAIL GRADE CROSSING IDENTIFIER

  Format:  6 numeric followed by 1 alphabetic

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       0000000  Not Applicable
       nnnnnnA  Six Numerics Followed by One Alphabetic
                Valid F.R.A. Codes
       9999999  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code complete identifier.

       Identifiers are obtainable from computer printout supplied by
       NHTSA or from your Federal Railroad Administration
       representative.

       All alphabetic o's must be coded as a zero crossed with a
       slash.

       Code as not applicable, accidents which do not involve a rail
       grade crossing.

       Code when any part of the accident occurs at a rail grade
       crossing.  Include accidents in which a vehicle is waiting at
       a rail grade crossing but does not necessarily travel over
       the tracks.

       Inform your CTM's if you have any problems obtaining
       identifiers.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1Y0P)  1.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 7, then RAIL GRADE
           CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.

   (750P)  2.  If RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then RAIL GRADE
           CROSSING IDENTIFIER must equal 0000000.

   (650P)  3.  If TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 60-80, then RAIL
           GRADE CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.
Additional State Information

                     ADDITIONAL STATE INFORMATION

  Format:  Alphanumeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       Any Alphanumeric Characters

  Remarks:

       This space is reserved for each individual state's use.

       Suggested uses depend on potential needs of the state.
       This space may contain:
          1. Police Accident Report number,
          2. Additional accident location information.

       If HPMS number is available, it may be inserted here.
3Number of Non-Motorists Forms Submitted

            NUMBER OF NON-MOTORIST FORMS SUBMITTED

  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded for an original submission before moving on to any
  other level.

  May only be changed before leaving the accident level on an original
  submission.

  Element Values:

        01 - 99

  Remarks:

       A Non-Motorist is any person who is not an occupant of a
       Motor Vehicle in transport.
Vehicle Number

                                VEHICLE NUMBER
                                   HS-214A

          Format:  2 numeric

          Must be coded on an original submission
          Must be coded on a change submission
          May not be changed

          Element Values:

               00-99

          Remarks:

          Each motor vehicle in transport in an accident must be
          assigned a unique number by the Analyst.  Order is not
          important.

          Numbers assigned to vehicles must be consecutive starting
          with '01' with no missing numbers.


  Consistency Checks:

   (2X0F)  1.  If VEHICLE NUMBER equals 00, then PERSON TYPE must
           not equal 1-2, 9.

   (3X0F)  2.  If  VEHICLE NUMBER is greater than 00, then PERSON
           TYPE must not equal 3-8.

  Special Processing Rules:


   (060P)  1.  NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE  NUMBER must  equal
           one  of the VEHICLE  NUMBERS in the case unless it is
           equal to 99.

Vehicle Make, Vehicle Model


  Format:  VEHICLE MAKE - 2 numeric
           VEHICLE MODEL - 2 numeric

       All five fields (MAKE, MODEL, BODY TYPE, MODEL YEAR, and VIN)
       must be treated as one.  That is, any change to one field
       means all five must be submitted.  If one is blank, all five
       must be blank.

       <SEE REMARKS SECTION FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION -- PAGE 128 >

  Element Values:
       MAKE:  Blanks
                      01-03,06-10,12-14,18-23,29-53,59-65,67,
                      69-70,80-88,95,98-99
       MODEL: Blanks
                      00-99
American Motors
  Model                                                         Model
  Code  _____________  Includes  _____________________________  Years

                     MAKE: AMERICAN MOTORS (01)*

  MODEL:

  01  Rambler/American    Rogue, 220, 440, Scrambler             57-69
  02  Rebel/Matador       550, 660, 770, Classic, Brougham,      64-78
                          Barcelona, X, Marlin
  03  Ambassador          880, 990, SST, DPL, Brougham           57-74
  04  Pacer               DL, Limited                            75-80
  05  AMX                 (2-seater)                             68-74
  06  Javelin             SST, AMX (1971-1974)                   68-74
  07  Hornet/Concord      SST, Sportabout, AMX(1975-1978),       70-83
                          Limited, DL, SC 360
  08  Spirit/Gremlin      Limited, DL, GT, Custom, AMX (1979 on) 70-83
  09  Eagle               DL, Limited                            80-on
  10  SX4/Kammback        DL, Limited                            81-on
  72  Espace (Minivan)                                           84-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                              65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                         65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                       57-on

  *NOTE: Alliance/Encore (including L, DL and Limited)
  is coded under Renault (46).
Jeep
  Model                                                         Model
  Code  ________________   Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: JEEP (02)*
                          (Including Willys**)
  MODEL:

  01  CJ-2/CJ-3/CJ-4      Military                               40-84
  02  CJ-5/CJ-6/CJ-7/CJ-8 Scrambler,Renegade,Golden Eagle,Laredo 67-87
      (thru 86; YJ 87 on)
  03  Wrangler (YJ)                                             87 on
  71  Cherokee            Wide Track Chief,Commando,Jeepster    70 on
  73  Pick-up             J-10, J-20, Honcho                    40 on
  77  Comanche                                                  86 on
  76  Wagoneer            Custom, Brougham, Limited             70 on
  78  Other (light truck)                                       65-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                     72-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      47-on
  00  Unknown (JEEP)                                            46-on

  *Note that Jeep DJ-Series are coded under MAKE 03, MODEL 75.
 **Willys Jeep can be coded 01, 73, 97 or 00
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4AM General
                        MAKE: AM GENERAL (03)

  MODEL:


  01  Dispatcher          Post Office (Jeep)                     65-on
  75  Dispatcher          DJ-Series, Post Office Delivery (Van)  65-on
  87  Bus (rear engine)   Transit                                65-on
  88  Other (truck)       Military off-road                      65-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                            65-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                              65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                         65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                       65-on
  00  Unknown (AM GENERAL)                                       65-on
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Chrysler
  Model                                                         Model
  Code  ______________  Includes  ____________________________  Years

                         MAKE: CHRYSLER (06)

  MODEL:

  07  LeBaron             S, Medallion, Salon                   77-81
  09  Cordoba             Crown, 300, LS                        75-83
  10  Newport/New Yorker  Town and Country, Brougham, Custom,
                          Royal, 300(through 1971)              64-86
  14  E-Class             Fifth Avenue, New Yorker              83 on
  15  Laser               Turbo, XE, XT                         84-86
  16  LeBaron             GTS, NY Landau, GTC                   82 on
  31  Maserati (TC)       Sport                                 87 on
  35  Conquest            TSI                                   88 on
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65 on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65 on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      60 on

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Dodge
                           MAKE: DODGE (07)

  MODEL:

  01  Dart                170, 270, Custom, GT, Swinger, Sport,    60-76
                          Demon, 340, 360, Special, Special Edition
  02  Coronet/Charger/    Brougham, Custom, Super Bee, Crestwood,  64-87
      Magnum              Deluxe, XE, R/T, 440, 500
  03  Polara/Monaco       Custom, Special, Police, Taxi,           64-78
                          Crestwood, Brougham
  04  Royal Monaco                                                 75-78
  05  Challenger          R/T, T/A, Rallye                         70-74
  06  Aspen               Custom, Special Edition, Police          76-80
  07  Diplomat            Medallion, ''S'', Salon                  77-89
  08  Omni                024, De Tomaso, Miser, Charger 2.2,      78-89
                          Custom, Shelby, GLH
  09  Mirada                                                       80-83
  10  St Regis                                                     79-81
  11  Aries(K)            Custom, SE                               81-89
  12  400                 LS                                       82-83
  13  Rampage                                                      82-84
  14  600                 ES                                       75-88
  15  Daytona             Turbo, Z, C/S Competition                83-on
  16  Lancer              Pacifica                                 85-on
  17  Shadow                                                       86 on
  18  Dynasty                                                      88 on
  19  ES Shelby                                                    89
  33  Challenger (Import)                                          78 on
  34  Colt                GT, Custom, Carousel                     71-on
  35  Conquest                                                     84-on
  43  Colt pickup,        Power Ram, Ram 50                     79-on
           Vista Van
  70  Raider                                                    86-87
  71  Ramcharger          Ram                                   74-87
  72  Caravan             T-Van, Voyager, Mini Ram Van          84-on
  73  D,W-Series Pickup   Custom Van, Royal, Ram                61-on
  74  Van                 Sportsman Van, Royal, Maxiwagon,      63-on
                          Ram, Custom
  75  Van Derivative      Karivan                               71-86
  77  Dakota/D50          (D50 thru `82)                        80-89
  78  Other (Lt. Truck)                                         79-85
  79  Unknown (Lt. Truck)                                       49 on
  81  Medium/Heavy:  CBE                                        66-80
  82  Medium/Heavy:  COE                                        67-87
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy:  COE                                        67-87
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.                                        62-87
      engine location
  85  Medium: Bus                                               66-77
      (not van based)
  88  Other (truck)                                             65-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                           66-80
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                       65-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      63-on
  00  Unknown (DODGE)                                           52-on

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Imperial
                         MAKE: IMPERIAL (08)

  MODEL:

  10  Imperial            Imperial LeBaron                      50-76
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      65-on
Plymouth

  Model                                                         Model
  Code  ______________  Includes  ________________________      Years

                         MAKE: PLYMOUTH (09)
 MODEL:

  01  Valiant/Duster/     100, 200, Taxi, Brougham, Signet,         60-76
      Scamp               Custom, Special, 340, 360
  02  Satellite/Belvedere Belvedere I, II, GTX, Road Runner(through 55-74
                          1974), Brougham, Sebring, Sebring Plus,
                          Superbird
  03  Fury                I, II, III, Road Runner (1975), Suburban, 57-78
                          Salon, VIP, Sport
  04  Gran Fury           Sedan, Brougham, Custom, Sport, Suburban 72-77,
                                                                    80-on
  05  Barracuda           Formula 'S', 340, Gran Coupe, AAR Cuda    64-74
  06  Volare              Custom, Premier, Road Runner (1976 on),   76-80
                          Police
  07  Caravelle                                                     85-88
  08  Horizon             TC-3, Turismo, Miser,                     78-on
                          Turismo 2.2, Custom, SE, Duster
  11  Reliant(K)          Custom, SE                                81-on
  13  Scamp                                                         82-84
  17  Sundance                                                      86-on
  19  Acclaim             LX, LE                                    89
  31  Cricket                                                       71-75
  32  Arrow               GS, GT, Fire Arrow                        76-80
  33  Sapporo (Import)                                              78-83
  34  Champ/Colt (Import)  Custom                                   79-on
  35  Conquest                                                      84-87
  36  Laser               RS, Turbo                                 89
  71  Trailduster                                                   74-on
  72  Voyager              T-Van (Small Van)                        84-89
  74  Van (Voyager)       Sport, Premier (Large Van)                65-on
  77  Arrow pickup                                                  75-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                           65-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                         79-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                                 65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                            65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                          65-on
  00  Unknown (PLYMOUTH)                                            64-on

Eagle
                             MAKE: EAGLE (10)
 MODEL:

  34  Summit         DL, LX                                     89
  40  Premier        LX                                         88-on
  44  Medallion      DL, LX                                     88-on
  98  Other  (automobile)                                       88-on
  99  Unknown  (EAGLE)                                          88-on

  Model                                                     Model
  Code  ______________  Includes  ________________________  Years
Ford
                           MAKE: FORD (12)

  MODEL:

  01  Falcon              Falcon-Futura (through 1969)              50-70
  02  Fairlane            500, 500 XL,                              50-70
                          Fairlane-Torino (1968-1970)
  03  Mustang/Mustang II  Mach I, Boss, Grande, Cobra, Cobra II,    65-on
                          Ghia, SVO, GT
  04  Thunderbird         All sizes, Town Landau, Heritage          55-on
  05  LTD II              Squire, Brougham                          76-81
  06  LTD/Galaxy/Custom   XL, Landau, Ranch Wagon, Country Squire,  63-89
                          S, 500, 500 XL, Brougham, Crown Victoria
  07  Ranchero            500, GT, Squire, Custom                   60-79
  08  Maverick            Grabber                                   70-77
  09  Pinto               MPG, Pony, ESS                            71-80
  10  Torino/Gran Torino  Elite, GT, Cobra, Sport, Squire
                          Brougham                                  68-76
  11  Granada             Ghia, L, GL, GLX                          75-82
  12  Fairmont            Futura                                    78-83
  13  Escort              L, GL, GLX, SS, GT                        81-on
  14  EXP                 Turbo                                     82-on
  15  Tempo               L, GL, GLX, Sport 4 X 4                   83-on
  16  Crown Victoria                                                81-on
  17  Taurus              SHO                                       86-on
  18  Probe               GL, LX, GT                                88-on
  31  English Ford        (e.g., Cortina)                           60-70
  32  Fiesta                                                        78-80
  33  Laser               GL Ghia, GL Sport                         83 on
  34  Festiva-Kia/Mazda                                             87 on
  70  Bronco II           Ranger Based                              83-on
  71  Bronco              Full size truck based                     65-on
  72  Aerostar                                                      86-on
  73  F-Series Pickup     F-100, to F-350                           40-on
  74  Van                 E-Series, Econoline, Club Wagon,          60-on
                          Chateau, Cutaway based (e.g.,
                          box van, van bus/RV)
  75  Van Derivative      parcel                                    60-on
  77  Ranger              Supercab (Domestic), Courier Pickup
                             (Import)                               78 on
  78  Other (light truck)                                           72-85
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                         45-on
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE   F-500 through F-800, L/LN/LNT/LT/LS/lLTS
                          series                               53-on
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE   C/CT-series                          64-on
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE   CL/CLT-series                        67-on
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.                                       56-on
      engine location
  85  Medium Bus          B-series (not van based)             64-on
  88  Other (truck)                                            65-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                          56-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                      56-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                            50-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                       15-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                     32-on
  00  Unknown (FORD)                                           60-on

Lincoln
                         MAKE:  LINCOLN (13)

  MODEL:

  01  Lincoln             Town Car (82 on), Lincoln Continental     40-on
                          (thru 81)
  02  Mark                I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII                56-on
  05  Continental                                                   69-on
  11  Versailles                                                    70-87
  97  Other Vehicle                                                 65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                            65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                          40-on

Mercury
                  MAKE: MERCURY (14)
  MODEL:                    Includes                              Model Yrs.

  02  Cyclone             GT, CJ, Spoiler                           50-71
  03  Capri-Domestic                                                79-87
  04  Cougar              Villager, Brougham, XR7 (thru 80,83 on)   67-on
  05  Cougar XR7                                                    67-83
  06  Marquis/Monterey*   Marauder, Montclair, X-100, Parklane,     55-89
                          Colony Park, S-55, Custom, Brougham,
                          Grand (82)
  08  Comet               Caliente, Capri (1966-1967), GT,    61-77
                          Voyager, 202
  09  Bobcat                                                  75-80
  10  Montego             GT, MX, Villager, Brougham          67-76
  11  Monarch             Ghia                                75-81
  12  Zephyr              Z7, GS                              77-83
  13  Lynx                L, LS, GS, RS, XR3                  80-87
  14  LN7                                                     81-83
  15  Topaz               L, LS, GS                           82-on
  16  Grand Marquis                                           82-on
  17  Sable                                                   86-on
  31  Capri-Import        Capri (1970-1978), Capri II      70-78, 90-on
  33  Pantera                                                 72-74
  34  Merkur              XR4T                                85-on
  35  Scorpio                                                 87-on
  36  Tracer/Mazda                                            88-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                           65-89
  98  Other (automobile)                                      67-89
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    50-89
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System. See element P23.

Buick
                           MAKE: BUICK (18)

  MODEL:                   Includes                          Model Yrs.

  01  Regal/Century/      GS, GS350, GS400, GS455, Luxus,     50-81
      Special             Skylark (thru 1972), Sportswagon,
                          Wagon, Custom, Special, Sport
                          Coupe, Limited
  02  LeSabre/Wildcat/    Estate wagon, Custom, Luxus, Sport  55-89
      Centurion*          Coupe, Wagon, Limited, Invicta
  03  Electra,            Custom, Limited, Park Avenue,       60-89
      Electra 225*        Wagon
  05  Riviera*            'S' Type, 'T' Type                  63-89
  08  Apollo              S/R, Skylark(1975)                  73-76
  10  Regal               G-Car, 'T' Type,Grand National      78-81
  12  Skyhawk             'S' Type, Road Hawk                 75-81
  15  Skylark             Limited, Sport, S/R, 'S', Custom    76-89
                          (see codes 01, 08 & 18),
                          'T' Type, 'T' Type Custom
  16  Skyhawk             J-Car, 'T' Type                     82-89
  17  Century             A-Car, 'T' Type                     81-89
  18  Somerset            Regal (N-Car)                       85-89
        /Skylark (86 on)
  21  Reatta                                                  88-on
  31  Opel Kadette                                          65-75, 86-87
  32  Opel Manta/1900     Luxus, Rallye, Sports Coupe       70-75
  33  Opel GT                                               69-75
  34  Opel Isuzu          Deluxe, Sport                     75-79
  97  Other Vehicle                                         65-89
  98  Other (automobile)                                    65-89
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                  50-89
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System. See element P23.
Cadillac
  Model
  Code  ______________  Includes  ________________________  Years

                         MAKE: CADILLAC (19)

  MODEL:

  03  DeVille/Brougham*   Calais, 60-Special, Coupe, Sedan, Fleet- 40-on
                          wood
  04  Limousine           Fleetwood 75, Formal                     40-on
  05  Eldorado                                                     67-on
  06  Commercial Series   (e.g., ambulance/hearse)                 40-on
  09  Allante                                                      87-on
  14  Seville             Elegante                                 76-on
  16  Cimarron            J-Car,D'Oro                              82-88
  97  Other Vehicle                                                65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                           65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                         50-on

  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System. See element P23.
Chevorlet
                         MAKE: CHEVROLET (20)

  Model                                                     Model
  Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years


  01  Malibu/Chevelle     Classic, Councours, Laguna,          63-85
                          S-3, Nomad, Greenbriar, Estate,
                          300, SS-396/454, Deluxe
  02 Caprice/Impala*      Classic, Kingswood, Townsman,        55-on
                          Estate, Brookwood, Super Sport,
                          Bel Air, Biscayne
  04  Corvette            Stingray                             53-on
  06  Corvair             Corvair Monza, 500,                  60-69
                          Corvair Spyder, Corsa
  07  El Camino           Royal Knight                         58-on
  08  Nova                Chevy II,Chevy Nova, LN, Concours    62-79
  09  Camaro              SS, LT, Z-28, Berlinetta,Iroc-Z      67-on
  10  Monte Carlo         G-Car                                70-88
  11  Vega                GT, Cosworth, Kammback               71-77
  12  Monza               2 + 2, Spyder, Sport, Towne Coupe    75-80
  13  Chevette*           Scooter                              76-87
  15  Citation            X-11, X-Car                          80-85
  16  Cavalier            J-Car, CS, RS, Z24                   82-on
  17  Celebrity           A-Car, Wagon, Eurosport              82-on
  19  Baretta/Corsica                                          87-on
  20  Lumina                                                   90
  31  Spectrum (Isuzu made) / Geo Storm                        84-on
  32  Nova (Toyota)       / Geo Prism                          85-on
  33  Sprint              / Geo Sprint                         85-on
  34  Geo Metro           LSi                                  89-on
  50  Geo Tracker         LSi                                  89
  70  Blazer              S-10 Based                           83-on
  71  Blazer              Full Size Truck Based                69-on
  72  Astrovan                                                 85-on
  73  C, K-Series Pickup  K-Series is four-wheeled drive       40-on
  74  G-Series Van        Beauville, Chevy Van, Sportvan       57-on
  75  Van Derivatives     P-Series, Parcel Van                 65-on
  76  Suburban                                                 50-on
  77  S-10                Luv Pick-up                          78-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                      59-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                    32-on
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE   C50, C60, C65 series, M60 and M65    55-on
                          series, H70, H80 and H90 series, J70,
                          J80,and J90 series, Bison 90
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE   T60 and T65 series                   60-80
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE   Titan 90                             71-80
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.                                    51-on
      engine location
  85  Bus                 S60 series                        67-on
  88  Other (truck)                                         49-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                       49-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                   65-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                         34-83
  98  Other (automobile)                                    65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                  32-on
  00  Unknown (Chevrolet)                                   33-on

  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System. See element P23.
Oldsmobile


                        MAKE: OLDSMOBILE (21)

  MODEL:

  01  Cutlass             Supreme, Calais, Cruiser, 'S', 'LS',     62-on
                          Salon, Brougham, Vista Cruiser, 442,
                          F-85 (thru 1972), Rallye 350, Hurst Olds
  02  Delta 88*           Royale, Custom, Custom Cruiser,          49-on
                          Jetstar 88, Delmont 88, Delta,
                          Starfire (thru 1966)
  03  Ninety-Eight*       Regency, Luxury                          49-on
  05  Toronado*           Brougham, XSR, Custom                    66-on
  06  Commercial Series   Chassis Cowl, CKD Chassis                40-89
  12  Starfire            'SX'                                 62-65, 75-81
  15  Omega               Brougham,Salon, F-87,F-85 (1975-79),      73-85
                          X-Car (80 - 85)
  16  Firenza             J-Car                                     82-88
  17  Ciera               A-Car, Cutlass Ciera, ES, Brougham        82-on
  18  Calais                                                        85-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                               65-on   98  Ot
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                        32-on
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System.  See element P23.
Pontiac

                          MAKE: PONTIAC (22)

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years


  01  LeMans/Tempest      Grand Am, Safari, T-37, Grand     62-81,85-on
                          Sport, Luxury, Custom, GTO
                          (thru 1973), Judge, GT37, Sprint
  02  Bonneville/         Brougham, Grand Safari, Safari,       57-on
      Catalina/           Grand-Ville, Executive, 2 + 2,
      Parisienne          Starchief, Includes Laurentian
                          (thru 81)
  05  Fiero               P-Car,2M4                             84-88
  08  Ventura             SJ, Custom, II, Sprint, GTO (1974 on) 71-77
  09  Firebird/Trans Am   Esprit, Formula, Skybird, Redbird,    67-on
                          Yellowbird, Spring
  10  Grand Prix          LJ, SJ, Brougham, G-Car               62-on
  11  Astre               Safari, Wagon, SJ, Custom             75-77
  12  Sunbird             Sport, Safari, Wagon                  75-81,84 on
  13  T1000/1000                                                81-87
  15  Phoenix             LJ, SJ, X-Car (80 on)                 77-84
  16  J-2000/2000         J-Car, Sunbird Convertible, LG, SE    82-86
  17  6000                A-Car, STE                            82-on
  18  Grand AM            N-Car                                 85-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      51-on
GMC

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: GMC (23)

  07  Caballero/Sprint                                         65-on
  70  Jimmy               S-15 Based                           83-on
  71  Jimmy               Full Size Truck Based                69-on
  72  Safari (Minivan)                                         84-on
  73  C, K-Series Pickup                                       40-on
  74  G Van/Vandura,                                           65-on
      Rally Van
  75  Van Derivatives     P-Series, Value Van, Magna Van       65-on
  76  Suburban                                                 50-on
  77  S15                                                      76-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                      60-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                    51-on
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE   C-55000000, C-6000, and C-7000 series, 67-on
                          Brigadier 8000, Brigadier 9500,
                          General 9500
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE   W-6000, W-7000                       68-on
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE   Astro 95                             69-84
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.  P5G500, P68042                       48-on
      engine location
  85  Bus                  B-6000                              50-on
  88  Other (truck)                                            60-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                          48-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                      67-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                            65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                       65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                     72-on
  00  Unknown (GMC)                                            40-on
Other Domestic

                      MAKE: OTHER DOMESTIC (29)

  MODEL:

  01  Studebaker/Avanti                                        40-on
  02  Checker                                                  65-on
  98  Other (automobile)  (e.g., Desoto)                       40-on
Volkswagen

  Model
  Code  ________________   Includes   _______________________  Years

                        MAKE: VOLKSWAGEN (30)

  31  Karmann Ghia                                              60-74
  32  Beetle                                                    48-89
  33  Super Beetle                                              71-89
  34  411/412             Squareback, Fastback                  71-74
  35  Squareback/Fastback Type 3, 1600                          65-74
  36  Rabbit*             L, GTI Sport, LS Custom, GL Deluxe    75-85
  37  Dasher                                                    74-81
  38  Scirocco                                                  75-88
  39  The Thing                                                 73-75
  40  Jetta*                                                    80-on
  41  Quantum                                                   82-on
  42  Golf*               Syncro, GTI, Cabriolet                85-on
  43  Rabbit Pickup                                             80-83
  44  Fox                                                       87-on
  45  Corrado                                                   89
  74  Van/Vanagon/Camper                                        55-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                       67-80
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                     65-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                             64-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      56-on
  00  Unknown (VOLKSWAGEN)                                      56-on
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System.  See element P23.
Acura

                      MAKE: ACURA - See HONDA (37)
Alfa Romeo

                  MAKE: ALFA ROMEO (31)

  MODEL:

   31  Spider              Veloce, 2000/1750, all roadsters       55-on
   32  Sports Sedan        Alfetta, Berlina, 2000/1750,           55-on
                           Giulia  Super,4 door sedans, Milano
   33  Sprint Veloce       Alfetta GT 2000 GTV, 1750 GTV, Giulia  55-on
                           Sprint GT, all 2 door coupes
   34  GTV-6                                                      81-on
   35  164                                                        89
   97  Other Vehicle                                              65-89
   98  Other (automobile)                                         65-89
   99  Unknown (automobile)                                       55-89
Audi
  Model
  Code  ________________   Includes   _______________________  Years

                           MAKE: AUDI (32)

  MODEL:

  31  Super 90                                                  70-72
  32  100                 LS, GL                                70-77
  33  Fox                                                       74-79
  34  4000                Coupe GT, Quattro                     80-on
  35  5000                Coupe, Quattro                        78-on
  36  80/90                                                     82 on
  37  200                                                       89
  97  Other Vehicle                                             70-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        70-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      70-on
Austin/Austin Healey

                   MAKE: AUSTIN/AUSTIN HEALEY (33)

  MODEL:

  31  Marina              GT                                  73-75
  32  America                                                 68-71
  33  Healey Sprite                                           59-70
  34  Healey 3000         Healey 100                          55-67
  35  Mini                                                    60-67
  97  Other Vehicle                                           68-75
  98  Other (automobile)                                      68-75
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    55-75
BMW

                      MAKE: BMW (34)

  MODEL:

  31  1600, 2002          Tii                                 66-76
  32  Coupe               3.0CS, 2800 CS                      69-77
  33  Bavaria Sedan       2500, 2800                          69-76
  34  630, 633            CSi                                 77-on
  35  318i, 320i, 325E                                        77-on
  36  524i, 528i, 530i,   TD, Automatic                       75-on
      533i, 535
  37  733i                                                    78-on
  61    0- 50 cc                                              65-on
  62   51-124 cc                                              65-on
  63  125-349 cc                                              65-on
  64  350-449 cc                                              65-on
  65  450-749 cc                                              70-83
  66  750 cc or over                                          74-on
  69  Unknown (cc)                                            70-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                           70-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                      66-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    66-on
  00  Unknown (BMW)                                           65-on
Datsun/Nissan

                       MAKE: DATSUN/NISSAN (35)

  MODEL:

  31  F-10                                                     76-78
  32  200 SX / 240 SX                                          77-on
  33  B210/210/1200       Honeybee                             71-82
  34  240/260/280/300     Z, ZX, 2 + 2                         70-on
  35  310                                                      79-82
  36  510                 PL                                68-73, 78-81
  37  610                 PL                                   73-76
  38  710                 PL                                   74-77
  39  810/Maxima          Maxima                               77-on
  40  Roadster (SSPPLL 311/  1600/2000 Convertible             50-71
      SRL 341)
  41  PL 411/RL 411                                            67-87
  42  Stanza              XE                                   82-on
  43  Sentra                                                   82-on
  44  Pulsar                   NX,EXA                          83-on
  70  MPV                                                      65-on
  72  Van                                                      87-on
  77  Pickup                                                   67-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                      76-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                    67-on
  83  C.O.E., Lg. truck                                        86-on
  88  Other Truck                                              86-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                            66-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                       66-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                     67-on
  00  Unknown (DATSUN)                                         50-on
Fiat
 Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: FIAT (36)

  31  124 (Coupe/Sedan)    Sport                           67-75
  32  124 (Spider)         Spider 2000                     68-87
  33  Brava/131                                            75-82
  34  850 (Coupe & Spyder)                                 67-73
  35  128                                                  72-79
  36  X-1/9                                                75-83
  37  Strada                                               79-83
  97  Other Vehicle                                        67-87
  98  Other (automobile)                                   67-87
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                 67-87
Honda

                           MAKE: HONDA (37)

  MODEL:

  31  Civic               1300, 1500, CVCC, Si         73-on
  32  Accord              LX, CVCC,LXi                 76-on
  33  Prelude             Si                           79-on
  34  600                 Coupe, Sedan                 68-72
  35  Civic-Crx           2 seater                     84-on
  36  Acura               Hx,Integra                   86-on
  61  0 - 50 cc                                        78-on
  62   51-124 cc                                       65-on
  63  125-349 cc                                       65-on
  64  350-449 cc                                       65-on
  65  450-749 cc                                       70-on
  66  750 cc or over                                   70-on
  69  Unknown (cc)                                     65-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                    47-on
  98  Other (automobile)                               68-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                             68-on
  00  Unknown (HONDA)                                  65-on
Isuzu

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: ISUZU (38)

  31  I Mark              Gemini                              81-on
  32  Impulse                                                 83-on
  33  Aska                                                    87-on
  70  Trooper II                                              84-on
  77  P'up (Pick-up)      Rodeo,Space Cab                     76-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                     81-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                   81-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                           81-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                      81-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    81-on
  00  Unknown (ISUZU)                                         81-on
Jaguar

                          MAKE: JAGUAR (39)

  MODEL:

  31  XJ-S Coupe                                             76-on
  32  XJ6/XJ12 Sedan/Coupe L, XJ, C, 420/340 Sedans          68-on
  33  XK-E                 2 + 2, V-12 rRoadster, 120        62-74
  97  Other Vehicle                                          63-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                     63-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                   63-on
Lancia

                          MAKE: LANCIA (40)

  MODEL:

  31  Beta Sedan/HPE                                         76-81
  32  Beta Coupe/Zagato                                      76-82
  33  Scorpion                                               76-78
  97  Other Vehicle                                          76-82
  98  Other (automobile)                                     76-82
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                   76-82
Mazda

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: MAZDA (41)

  31  RX2                                                    72-74
  32  RX3                                                    72-78
  33  RX4                                                    74-78
  34  RX7                  GLE, SE                           79-on
  35  GLC/323                                                77-on
  36  Cosmo                                                  76-78
  37  626                                                    79-on
  38  808                                                    72-77
  39  Mizer                                                  72-77
  40  R-100                                                  50-72
  41  618/616                                                68-72
  42  1800                                                   68-78
  43  929                                                    86 on
  44  MX-6                                                   88 on
  77  Pick-up    B-2600, B-2200, B-2000, SE-5,Cab Plus,LX    72-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                    65-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                  65-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                          50-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                     50-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                   50-on
  00  Unknown (MAZDA)                                        50-on
Mercedes-Benz

                       MAKE: MERCEDES-BENZ (42)

  MODEL:

  31  200/220/230/240/250/  SE, CD, D, SD, TD, CE, E  excludes 280 S,
      260/280/300 (Sedan and 5 passenger
                          Coupe 'C' only)  280 SE (1975 on),    50-on
      300 SD Sedan (see Code 37)
  32  230 SL/280 SL                                             64-71
      (2 passenger)
  33  350 SL/450 SL                                             72-on
       380 SL/560 SL
  34  350 SLC/450 SLC/380                                       73-on
      SLC
  35  300 SEL/280 SEL     TD-T, TD, CDT                         67-72
  36  450 SEL/380 SEL/                                          73-on
      500 SEL/500 SEC
      420 SEL/560 SEL/560 SEC
  37  300 SE/380 SE/450 SE     280 S, 280 SE (1975 on),         68-on
                               300 SD Sedan, 300 SDL Sedan
  38  600/6.9 Sedan       Pullman                               78-87
  39  190                                                     84-on
  75  Van Derivative      Kurbstar                            82-on
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE                                       65-on
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE                                       65-on
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE                                       65-on
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.                                      65-on
      engine location
  85  Medium: Bus                                             65-on
  88  Other (truck)                                           65-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                         65-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                     65-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                           65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                      65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    65-on
  00  Unknown (MERCEDES-BENZ)                                 50-on
MG

                            MAKE: MG (43)

  MODEL:

  31  MG Midget                                                 60-79
  32  MGB                                                       62-81
  33  MGB GT                                                    67-75
  34  MGA                                                       55-62
  35  TA/TC/TD/TF                                               40-55
  36  MGC                 MGC/GT                                68-69
  97  Other Vehicle                                             40-81
  98  Other (automobile)                                        40-81
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      40-81
Opel

           MAKE: OPEL See Buick--(18)
Peugeot

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                          MAKE: PEUGEOT (44)


  31  304                                                       71-73
  32  403                                                       60-69
  33  404                                                       60-70
  34  505/504             STI                                   70-on
  35  604                 SL, D                                 74-on
  36  405                 DL, SMi16                             89
  61  O-50 CC                                                   65-on
  62  51-124 CC                                                 65-on
  69  Unknown (cc)                                              65-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                             65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                        65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      60-on
Porsche

                          MAKE: PORSCHE (45)

  MODEL:

  31  911                 S, E, T, SC, Carrera              66-on
  32  912/912E                                              66-69
  33  914                 914/6                             70-76
  34  924                 Turbo                             77-on
  35  928                 S                                 78-on
  36  930/Turbo                                             79
  37  944                                                   83-on
  38  959                                                   86-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                         64-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                    65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                  64-on
Renault

                          MAKE: RENAULT (46)

  MODEL:

  31  LeCar               5                                 76-83
  32  10/Dauphine/                                          55-71
      Caravelle/R-8
  33  12                  R12                               72-77
  34  15                  R15TL                             73-76
  35  16                                                    69-72
  36  17                  R17, Gordini Coupe                  73-80
  37  R18i                                                    81-86
  38  Fuego               TL, TS, GTL, GTS                    82-85
  39  Alliance            L, DL, Limited                      83-on
  40  Encore              S, X-37                             83-87
  41  Alpine              GT                                  87-on
  44  Medallion                                               87-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                           65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                      65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    55-on
Saab
                   MAKE: SAAB (47)

  MODEL:

  31  99/99E/900          Turbo                                73-on
  32  Sonnet              Sonnet III, Sonnet 97                68-74
  33  95/96/97                                                 60-73
  34  9000                                                     85-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                            65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                       60-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                     60-on
Subaru
                     MAKE: SUBARU (48)

  MODEL:

  31  FE/GF/DL/STD/GL/G/  4 wheel drive, Turbo 4 X 4           72-on
      GLF
  32  Star                                                     70-80
  33  360                                                      69-70
  35  XT                                                       86-on
  36  Justy                                                    87-on
  43  Brat                DL, GL                               78-on
  78  Other (light truck)                                      78-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                    78-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                            70-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                       70-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                     70-on
  00  Unknown (SUBARU)                                         73-on
Toyota
                      MAKE: TOYOTA (49)

  MODEL:

  31  Corona              Custom, Deluxe, Mark II, 1900, 2000   62-82
  32  Corolla*            1100, 1200, 1600, Deluxe, Custom, SR 5, LE 69-on
  33  Celica              1900, 2000, GTS                            71-on
  34  Celica Supra        Soarer                                     79-on
  35  Cressida*                                                      70-on
  36  Crown               2300, 2600                                 66-71
  37  Carina              2000                                       72-73
  38  Tercel              FWD Wagon, Corolla-Tercel                  80-on
  39  Starlet                                                        81-84
  40  Camry                                                          83-on
  41  MR2                 2-seater                                   85-on
  70  4-Runner                                                       81-on
  71  Landcruiser                                                    69-on
  72  Mini-Van                                                       76-on
  77  Pick-up             Includes Chinook (Body Type 52), LN44,     70-on
                          Wonder Wagon, SR5 Extracab Sport
  78  Other (light truck)                                            70-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                          73-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                                  73-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                             73-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                           73-on
  00  Unknown (TOYOTA)                                               66-on
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System.  See element P23.
Triumph
                   MAKE: TRIUMPH (50)

  MODEL:

  31  Spitfire            I, II, III, IV, 1500                  62-81
  32  GT6                                                       67-73
  33  TR4                 TR3, TR2, TR4A                        58-74
  34  TR6                 TR 250                                69-76
  35  TR7/TR8                                                   75-81
  36  Herald              Vitesse                               60-74
  37  Stag                                                      71-73
  61  0- 50 cc                                                  65-on
  62  51-224 cc                                                 65-on
  63  125-349 cc                                                65-on
  64  350-449 cc                                                65-on
  65  450-749 cc                                                67-72
  66  750 cc or more                                            67-79
  69  Unknown (cc)                                              66-79
  97  Other Vehicle                                             67-80
  98  Other (automobile)                                        67-80
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                      58-81
  00  Unknown (TRIUMPH)                                         67-on
Volvo

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                           MAKE: VOLVO (51)


  31  122*                 S                               58-68
  32  142/144/145*         S, Deluxe, GL, GLS, E           67-74
  33  164*                 S, E                            69-75
  34  240/242/244/245*     Deluxe, DL, GLE, GLT, GL        75-on
  35  262/264/265*         GL                              76-on
  36  1800*                E, S, ES                        60-73
  37  P-544*                                               47-65
  38  760/780              GLE                             83-on
  39  740                  GLE                             85-on
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE                                    81-on
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE                                    81-84
      low entry
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE                                    81-on
      high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: unk.                                   81-on
      engine location
  85  Medium: Bus                                          81-on
  88  Other (truck)                                        81-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                      81-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                  81-on
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                        65-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                   65-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                 47-on
  00  Unknown (VOLVO)                                      63-on
  *  Possible Automatic Restraint System.  See element P23.
Mitsubishi
                        MAKE: MITSUBISHI (52)

  MODEL:

  31  Starion              2 + 2                              83-on
  32  Tredia                                                  83-on
  33  Cordia                                                  83-on
  34  Galant                                                  85-on
  35  Mirage                                                  85-on
  36  Precis                                                  87-on
  70  Montero                                                 83-on
  72  Mini-Van                                                83-on
  77  Pick-up              Mighty Max, SPX                    83-on
  78  Other (Light Truck)                                     83-on
  98  Other (automobile)                                      83-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)                                    83-on
  00  Unknown (MITSUBISHI)                                    83-on
Suzuki

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                         MAKE: SUZUKI (53)

  31  SA 310                        GLX                        85 on
  34  Swift          GTi, GTX                                  89
  61  0-50 cc                                                  72-on
  62  51-124 cc                                                72-on
  63  125-349 cc                                               69-on
  64  350-449 cc                                               72-85
  65  450-749 cc                                               69-on
  66  750 cc or over                                           72-on
  69  Unknown (cc)                                             69-on
  70  SJ-410                        Samurai, SJ-413            80 on
  71  Sidekick                                                 89
  78  Other (Light Truck)                                      72-on
  88  Other (Truck)                                            86-on
  97  Other Vehicle                                            69-on
  00  Unknown (Suzuki)                                         69-on
Other Import

                       MAKE: OTHER IMPORT (59)

  MODEL:

  31  Aston Martin                                             65-on
  32  Bricklin                                                 65-on
  33  Citroen                                                  65-on
  34  Delorean                                                 65-on
  35  Ferrari                                                  65-on
  36  Hillman                                                  65-on
  37  Jensen                                                   65-on
  38  Lamborghini                                              65-on
  39  Lotus                                                    67-on
  40  Maserati                                                 65-on
  41  Morris                                                   65-on
  42  Rolls Royce/Bentley                                      65-on
  43  Rover                                                    65-on
  44  Simca                                                    65-on
  45  Sunbeam                                                  65-on
  46  TVR                                                      65-on
  47  Daihatsu (Charade)                                       85 on
  48  Desta  (APV-utility)                                     85 on
  49  Reliant (British)                                        60 on
  50  Yugo                                                     86 on
  51  Hyundai                                                  84 on
  52  Sterling                                                 86 on
  98  Other (automobile)  (e.g., Morgan, Singer)               65 on
Motor Cycles
                    MOTORED CYCLES (MAKES: 60-69)*

  Please note that the following MAKEs also produce motorcycles, and
  the corresponding MODEL can be found in the appropriate MAKE section:
  BMW (34), Honda (37), Triumph (50), and Suzuki (53).


                            MAKE: BSA (60)

                          MAKE: DUCATI (61)

                      MAKE: HARLEY-DAVIDSON (62)

                         MAKE: KAWASAKI (63)

                        MAKE: MOTO-GUZZI (64)

                         MAKE: NORTON (65)

                          MAKE: YAMAHA (67)

                    MAKE: OTHER MOTORED CYCLE (69)

  *MODEL Codes for Motored Cycles (Makes 60-69):

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

  61    0- 50 cc                 See Consistency Check 921P
  62   51-124 cc                    for valid Model Years
  63  125-349 cc
  64  350-449 cc
  65  450-749 cc
  66  750-cc and over
  69  Unknown (cc)
  97  Other Vehicle

  -----------------------------------------------------------------
Mo-Ped
              MAKE: MO-PED (70) - Use if Make Not Listed

  MODEL:

  61   0- 50 cc
  62  5l-124 cc
  69  Unknown (cc)

               TRUCKS AND BUSES (MAKES: 80-83, 85-88)*

                         MAKE: BROCKWAY (80)

                    MAKE: DIAMOND REO OR REO (81)

            MAKE: FREIGHTLINER OR WHITE FREIGHTLINER (82)

                            MAKE: FWD (83)

                         MAKE: KENWORTH (85)

                           MAKE: MACK (86)

                         MAKE: PETERBILT (87)

          MAKE: WHITE (88) (WHITE FREIGHTLINER is code 82)

  * MODEL Codes for Trucks and Buses (Makes 80-83,85-88):

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

  80  Motor Home
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE                ( See Consistency Check 921P
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE low entry           for valid Model Years )
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE high entry
  84  Medium/Heavy: Unknown engine location
  85  Bus**: Conventional (Engine out front)
  86  Bus: flat front, front engine
  87  Bus: Flat Front, Rear Engine
  88  Other (truck)
  89  Unknown (truck)
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,
      entry position unknown
  97  Other Vehicle

  **Use code '85' ((bus) if the frontal plane or the engine location
   is unknown.
International Harvester

                  MAKE: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER (84)

  MODEL:

  71  Scout             Scout II, Utility Pickup, SS-2, Roadstar,
                        Terra Traveltop, 800 Series, Traveler   62-80
  73  Pickup/Panel      R100, 900A-1500C, 1000D-1500D, 1010-1510,
                        100-500                                 51-76
  75  Multistop         Metro RM 120-160, MS1210, MS1510        60-84
  76  Travellall          1010-1210, 100-200               63-75
  78  Other (light truck)                                  60-89
  79  Unknown (light truck)                                51-89
  80  Motor Home          1310 MHC, 1500 MHC               65-89
  81  Medium/Heavy: CBE   Loadstar/Fleetstar, Paystar, CBE Transtar
                          (4200), S-Series, Mixer          63-on
  82  Medium/Heavy: COE   CO, VCO, DCO (190-1950), Cargostar, LFM
      low entry           5370 (Garbage)                   73-on
  83  Medium/Heavy: COE   DCO, DCOT, UCO, VCOT,
      high entry          (405 Series), COE Transtar,Unistar,
                          Conco 707B, 9600 Series          61-on
  84  Medium/heavy: Unk.                                   48-on
      engine location
  85  Bus: Conventional   R153-1853, Loadstar 1603-1853    53-on
  86  Bus: flat front,    173, FC, 183 FC                  72-on
      front engine
  87  Bus: flat front,    183RE, 193RE, (transit)          65-on
      rear engine
  88  Other (truck)       Fire truck - R140-R306, CO 8190  55-on
  89  Unknown (truck)                                      53-on
  90  Medium/Heavy:  COE,                                  64-on
      entry position
      unknown
  97  Other Vehicle                                        54-on
  00  Unknown (INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER)                    65-on
Other (Truck or Bus)

                   MAKE: OTHER (TRUCK OR BUS) (95)

  MODEL:

  01  Autocar                                                53-on
  02  Auto-Union-DKW                                         65-on
  03  Divco                                                  65-on
  04  Western Star                                           65-on
  78  Other (light truck)*                                   65-on
  88  Other truck            (e.g., Oshkosh, IVECO, Grumman) 55-on


   *Use code '88'  other (truck)  if the vehicle's GVWR is unknown.
Other Make

 Model                                                     Model
 Code  _____________  Includes  _________________________  Years

                        MAKE: OTHER MAKE (98)

  00  Unknown                                               65-on
  97  Other Vehicle             (e.g., snowmobile, go-cart) 45-on
  99  Unknown (automobile) **                               57-on

  (Do not use MAKE 98 if MAKE 29, 59, 69, 70, or 95 is applicable.)
  **Occurs when make is not explicitly listed here and it is unknown
    whether make is domestic or import.
Unknown Make

                       MAKE: UNKNOWN MAKE (99)

  00  Unknown (as to automobile, motored cycle light truck, or 65-on
                 truck)
  69  Unknown (motored cycle)*                                 65-on
  79  Unknown (light truck)*                                   65-on
  89  Unknown (truck)*                                         66-on
  97  Other Vehicle (e.g., snowmobile, go-cart)                64-on
  99  Unknown (automobile)*                                    62-on

   *Use these codes even if you know more detail about the model
  than these codes indicate (e.g., unknown pickup truck, unknown CBE
  tractor/semi-trailer, unknown bus, or unknown car pickup body).
  BODY TYPE ,V18, is available to code the additional information.


  Remarks:

          See page 127.
Alphabetical Listing of Makes

                    Alphabetical Listing of Makes

  FARS MAKECODE  MAKE

            31    Alfa Romeo
            03    AM General
            01    American Motors
            5931  Aston Martin
            32    Audi
            33    Austin/Austin Healey
            9501  Autocar
            9502  Auto-Union-DKW
            34    BMW
            5932  Bricklin
            80    Brockway
            60    BSA
            18    Buick
            19    Cadillac
            2902  Checker
            20    Chevrolet
            06    Chrysler
            5933  Citroen
            5947  Daihatsu
            35    Datsun/NISSAN
            5934  Delorean
            5948  Desta
            81    Diamond Reo
            9503  Divco
            07    Dodge
            61    Ducati
            5935  Ferrari
            36    Fiat
            12    Ford
            82    Freightliner or White Freightliner
            83    FWD
            23    GMC
            62    Harley-Davidson
            5936  Hillman
            5951  Hyundai
            37    Honda
            08    Imperial
            84    International Harvester
            38    Isuzu
            9588  IVECO/MAGIRUS
            39    Jaguar
            5937  Jensen
            02    Jeep
            63    Kawasaki
            85    Kenworth
            5938  Lamborghini
            40    Lancia
            13    Lincoln
            5939  Lotus
            86    Mack
            5940  Maserati
            41    Mazda
            42    Mercedes-Benz
            14    Mercury
            43    MG
            52    Mitsubishi
            5941  Morris
            64    Moto-Guzzi
            65    Norton
            21    Oldsmobile
            18    Opel
            87    Peterbilt
            09    Plymouth
            44    Peugeot
            22    Pontiac
            45    Porsche
            5949  Reliant (British)
            46    Renault
            5942  Rolls Royce/Bentley
            5943  Rover
            47    Saab
            5944  Simca
            5952  Sterling
            2901  Studebaker/Avanti
            48    Subaru
            5945  Sunbeam
            53    Suzuki
            50    Triumph
            49    Toyota
            5946  TVR
            30    Volkswagen
            51    Volvo
            9504  Western Star
            88    White     (White Freightliner is code 82)
            67    Yamaha
            5950  Yugo
Body Type

                              BODY TYPE
  Format: 2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       01-14, 20-21, 27-32, 38-42, 48-56, 58-59, 67-83, 88-90,99
Automobiles

  01  Convertible (excludes sun-roof, t-bar)
  02  2-door sedan, hardtop, coupe
  03  3-door/2-door hatchback
  04  4-door sedan, hardtop
  05  5-door/4-door hatchback
  06  Station Wagon
  07  Hatchback, number of doors unknown
  08  Other automobile
  09  Unknown automobile type
Automobile Derivatives and Short Utility Vehicles

  10  Automobile based pickup (includes E1 Camino, Caballero,
      Ranchero, Subaru Brat)
  11  Automobile based panel (cargo station wagon, includes auto
      based ambulance or hearse)
  12  Short utility - not truck based (includes Jeeps CJ-5, CJ-7,
      Renegade, Landrover, Pre-1978 Bronco, Landcruiser, Thing)
  13  Large Limousine - more than four side doors or stretched
      chasis
  14  Three Wheel Automobile or Automobile Derivative
Motorcycle

  20  Motorcycle
  21  Mopeds (motorized bicycle)
  27  Three Wheel Motorcycle or Moped
  28  Other motorcycle (minibikes, motorscooters)
  29  Unknown motorcycle type
Buses (excludes van based)

  30  School Bus
  31  Cross Country/Intercity Bus (i.e. Greyhound)
  32  Transit Bus (City Buses)
  38  Other Bus
  39  Unknown Bus Type
Van Based Light Trucks (GVWR < 10,000 lbs.)

  40  Van (includes: Mini Vans, VW bus, Vanagon, Kombi, Beauville,
      Chateau, Club Wagon, Sportsman; excludes moving van)
  41  Van-commercial cutaway (includes box van, multi-stop, parcel,
      van pickups, GVWR <  10,000 step-van)
  42  Van-based motorhome
  48  Other Van Type
  49  Unknown Van Type
Light Conventional Truck (Pickup style cab, GVWR < 10,000 lbs.)

  50  Pickup (includes open box and caps)
  51  Pickup with slide-in camper
  52  Pickup based motorhome (chassis mounted)
  53  Cab chassis based (includes light stake, light dump,
      light tow, rescue vehicles)
  54  Truck based panel
  55  Truck based station wagon (4-door; includes Suburban,
      Travelall, Wagoneer)
  56  Truck based utility (2-door; includes Blazer, S-10 Blazer,
      Bronco II, Bronco-1978 on, Jimmy, Ramcharger, Cherokee,
      Trailduster, Scout)
  58  Other light conventional truck (includes stretched suburban
      limousine)
  59  Unknown light conventional truck
  67  Station wagon, base body type unknown
  68  Utility, base body unknown
  69  Unknown light truck (Van based or Conventional)
Medium/Heavy Truck (GVWR > 10,000)

  70  Single Unit Straight Truck (10,000 < GVWR < 19,500)
      (includes step vans)
  71  Single Unit Straight Truck (19,500 < GVWR < 26,000)
  72  Single Unit Straignt Truck (GVWR > 26,000)
  73  Medium/Heavy Truck based motorhome
  74  Truck-tractor (Cab only, or with any number of trailing units;
      any weight)
  75  Unknown if single unit or combination unit Medium Truck
      (10,000 < GVWR < 26,000)
  76  Unknown if single unit or combination unit Heavy Truck
      (GVWR > 26,000)
  77  Camper or motorhome, unknown truck type
  78  Single unit straight truck (GVWR Unknown)
  79  Unknown truck type (light, medium, or heavy)
Other Vehicles

  80  Snowmobile
  81  Farm equipment other than trucks
  82  ATV (all terrain vehicles; includes dune/swamp buggy)
  83  Construction equipment other than trucks (includes graders)
  88  Other (includes go-cart, fork lift, city street sweeper)
  89  Unknown other vehicle
  90  Three wheeled vehicle unknown body type
  99  Unknown body type
  Remarks:

       See page 127.
Vehicle Model Year
                          VEHICLE MODEL YEAR


  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

          Blanks
          00-87
          99     Unknown.

  Remarks:

       Code the last two digits of the  model  year  for  which  the
       vehicle was manufactured.
       A vehicle manufactured as a 1985 model is to be coded as 85.
       See page 127.
Vehicle Identification Number
  Remarks
                    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

  Format: 17 alphanumeric

  Element Values:

          Blanks
          Any Alphanumeric characters

  Remarks:

       Code  the  complete  VIN.    If  the  State  will  not  allow
       transmittal of the complete VIN,  code  the  right-most  four
       characters  as  numeric  zeros.    All alphabetic 0's must be
       coded as a zero crossed with a slash.   If VIN is  less  than
       seventeen  (17) characters, leave remaining characters blank.
       DO NOT ZERO FILL.  VIN is always left justified.  Code as not
       applicable (zeroes) the VIN of vehicles which do not  require
       registration (farm tractors, go-carts, etc.).

       See page 127.

  Remarks (V14 thru V22):

       VEHICLE MAKE, VEHICLE MODEL, VEHICLE BODY TYPE, MODEL YEAR as
       shown  on accident reports must be verified with registration
       data.   In the case  of  inconsistencies,  registration  data
       takes  precedence  over  accident  report  data.    Note that
       vehicle  information  should  be  gathered  only  from  State
       records.    Do  not use any other sources to determine any of
       these elements, that is; you should not use sources  such  as
       the NATB Passenger Vehicle Identification Manual.

       VEHICLE  MAKE codes are organized into general groups.  These
       groups are:

       01-28         Domestic Passenger Car
         29          Other Domestic Passenger Car
         30          Volkswagen
       31-58         Import Passenger Car
         59          Other Import Passenger Car
       60-68         Motor Cycle
         69          Other Motor Cycle
         70          Moped (if make not already tested)
       80-83, 85-88  Truck/Bus
         84          International Harvester
         95          Other Truck/Bus
         98          Other Make (where MAKE 29, 59, 69, 70,
                     or 95 is not applicable)
         99          Unknown Make

       VEHICLE MODEL refers to the series of vehicles  for  a  make,
       e.g., Pintos, Galaxies, Mustangs are Models of Ford.  It does
       not  refer  to  the various styles within a model unless they
       are listed in the codes for VEHICLE MODEL.

       The MODEL codes are organized into  general  groups.    These
       groups are:

       01-29  Domestic Passenger Car (automobile)
       31-59  Import Passenger Car (automobile)
       60-69  Motored Cycles (including motorcycles, mini-bikes,
              motor scooters, dirt bikes, and mo-peds)
       70-76  Light Trucks (including truck based utility vehicles,
              light duty pickup trucks, standard pickup trucks,
              vans, mini vans, van based station wagons, van based
              busses, van derivatives, and truck based
              station wagons)
       78-79  Other-Unknown (light truck)
       80-87, Trucks/Busses (including all trucks over 10,000
       90     lbs. GVWR except those pickup type trucks mentioned
              under BODY TYPE code '50' (Pickup), and all
              busses except those that are van based).
       88,89  Other, Unknown, <truck (or bus over 10,000 lbs. GVWR)>
       97    Other (not automobile, motored cycle, bus or
             truck but is of BODY TYPE code 80-89)
       98,99 Other, Unknown <automobile (domestic or import)>
       00    Unknown (whether automobile, motored cycle, light truck
             or truck)
       Note  that  for  both  MAKE  and  MODEL  the use of the terms
       'other' and 'unknown' have very specific meanings.    'Other'
       refers  to  a  MAKE  or  MODEL  which  is  known  but  is not
       explicitly listed.  'Unknown' refers to the  situation  where
       no  specific  named MAKE or MODEL is known.  Selection of the
       proper 'other' or  'unknown'  code  can  only  be  made  with
       consideration of the vehicle BODY TYPE in accordance with the
       following  table  (Table A) of applicable BODY TYPE for given
       combinations of 'other' and/or 'unknown' MAKE and MODEL.

       4WD, FWD, or Four Wheel Drive does  not  automatically  imply
       on/off road vehicle (Utility Vehicles), body types 12 and 56.
Consistency Checks:

   (1B0P)  1.  If ACCIDENT MONTH is between January and June,
           then the vehicle MODEL YEAR must NOT be greater than
           the ACCIDENT YEAR.

   (1C0P)  2.  If ACCIDENT MONTH is between July and December, then the
           vehicle MODEL YEAR must NOT be greater than ACCIDENT YEAR  plus
           ONE.

   (V010)  3.  MODEL YEAR should not be less than 40.

   (930P)  4.  BODY TYPE is inconsistent with VIN.

   (V020)  5.  If VEHICLE TRAILERING equals 1, then BODY TYPE should
           not equal 20-29, 30-32, 80, 82.

   (V030)  6.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 12, 15,
           then BODY TYPE should not equal 20-29.

   (V040)  7.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15,
            then BODY TYPE should not equal 80.

   (1Q0F)  8.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and BODY TYPE equals 20-29,
           then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-55, 99.

   (V05F)  9.  If  PERSON TYPE equals 1-2,  9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT
           SYSTEM equals 5, then BODY TYPE should equal 20-29.

   (2Q0F)  10. If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY  TYPE  equals
           01-02, 04, 10, 50-54, 58-59, 69, 80, 82, then SEATING
           POSITION must not equal 00, 31-50.

   (3Q0F) 11.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY  TYPE  equals
          01-52, 54-58,  67-68, 73, 77, 80-82, 88, then  SEATING
          POSITION must not equal 00, 50.

   (4Q0F) 12.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY  TYPE  equals
          20-29, then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 13-19,
          22-50.

   (5Q0F) 13.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
          then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00-50, 52-54, 99.

   (4S0P) 14.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   (6Q0F) 15.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY  TYPE  equals
          70-79, then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 31-49.

   (7Q0F) 16.  If PERSON TYPE equals 9 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
          then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-50, 52-54.

   (4B0P) 17.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 3-4, then the
          vehicle must be one of the following or must be unknown.

      Make              Model            Model Year

     Audi(32)       100(32)             89
     BMW(34)             34             88 - 89
                         36             89
                         37             87 - 89
     Buick(18)      LeSabre(02)         73 - 76
                    Electra(03)         73 - 76
                    Reviera(05)         73 - 76
     Cadillac(19)   DeVille(03)         73 - 76, 89
                    Eldorado(05)        73 - 76
     Chevrolet(20)  Impala(02)          72 - 73
     Chrysler(06)   Fifth Ave(14)       88 - 89
                    LeBaron(16)         88 - 89
     Dodge(07)      Diplomat(07)        88 - 89
                    Daytona(15)         88 - 89
     Ford(12)       Tempo(15)           85 - 89
     Honda(37)      Acura(36)           87 - 89
     Lincoln(13)    Continental(05)     89
     Mercedes(42)        31             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         32             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         33             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         34             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         35             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         36             71 - 72, 84 - 89
                         37             71 - 72, 84 - 89
                         38             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         39             71 - 72, 84 - 89
     Mercury(14)         06             71 - 72
                     Topaz(15)          85 - 89
     Nissan(35)      Pulsar(44)         89
     Oldsmobile(21)  Delta 88(02)       73 - 76, 88 - 89
                     Ninety 8(03)       73 - 76, 88 - 89
                     Toronado(05)       73 - 76
     Plymouth(09)    Grand Fury(04)     88 - 89
     Porsche(45)     Carrera(31)        89
                     928(35)            87 - 89
                     930(36)            87 - 89
                     944(37)            87 - 89
     Saab(47)            31             88 - 89
                         34             88 - 89
     Toyota(49)      Cressida(35)       89
     Volvo(51)       122(31)            74 - 75
                         32             74 - 75
                     164(33)            74 - 75
                         34             74 - 75
                         35             74 - 75
                     1800(36)           74 - 75
                     P-544(37)          74 - 75
                     760/780(38)        87 - 89
                     740(39)            87 - 89
     Unknown(99)         99             71 -76, 99

   If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1 or 2, then the vehicl must be
   one of the following or must be unknown.

          Make             Model              Model Year

         Alfa Romeo(31)  Spider(31)               87 - 89
         Eagle(10)       Premier(40)              88 - 89
                         Medallion(44)            88 - 89
         Astin-Martin(59)       31                87 - 89
         Buick(18)       LeSabre(02)              87 - 89
                         Electra(03)              88 - 89
                         Regal(10)                88 - 89
                         Skylark(15)              87 - 89
                         Somerset(18)             87 - 89
         Cadillac(19)    DeVille(03)              80 - 81
         Chevrolet(20)   Chevette(13)             78 - 80
                         Beretta(19)              88 - 89
         Chrysler(06)    LeBaron(16)              87 - 89
                         Conquest(35)             87 - 89
         Daihatsu(59)    Charade(47)              88 - 89
         Dodge(07)       Daytona(15)              87 - 89
                         Shadow(17)               87 - 89
                         Colt(34)                 88 - 89
                         Conquest(35)             87 - 89
         Ford(12)        Thunderbird(04)          88 - 89
                         Escort(13)               87 - 89
                         Tempo(15)                87 - 89
         Honda(37)       Accord(32)               87 - 89
                         Prelude(33)              87 - 89
                         CRX(35)                  88 - 89
         Hyundai(59)          51                  87 - 89
         Isuzu(38)       Impulse(32)              87 - 89
         Jaguar(39)      XJ-S(31)                 87 - 89
                         XJ6/12(32)               87 - 89
         Mazda(41)       RX-7(34)                 88 - 89
                         626(37)                  87 - 89
                         MX-6(44)                 87 - 89
         Mercury(14)     Cougar(04)               88 - 89
                         Lynx(13)                 87 - 89
                         Topaz(15)                87 - 89
         Mitsubishi(52)  Starion(31)              87 - 89
                         Galant(34)               88 - 89
                         Mirage(35)               88 - 89
                         Precis(36)               87 - 89
         Nissan(35)      240(34)                  88 - 89
                         Maxima(39)               87 - 89
                         Sentra(43)               88 - 89
                         Pulsar(44)               88 - 89
         Oldsmobile(21)  Cutlas(01)               87 - 89
                         Delta 88(02)             87 - 89
                         Ninety 8(03)             88 - 89
                         Calais(18)               87 - 89
         Peugeot(44)     505(34)                  87 - 89
         Plymouth(09)    Sundance(17)             88 - 89
         Pontiac(22)     Bonneville(02)           87 - 89
                         Grand Prix(10)           87 - 89
                         Grand AM(18)             87 - 89
         Porsche(45)     944(37)                  88 - 89
         Renault(46)     Alliance(39)             87 - 89
                         Medallion(44)            87 - 89
         Saab(47)        900 S(31)                87 - 89
         Sterling(59)         52                  87 - 89
         Subaru(48)           31                  87 - 89
                         XT coupe(35)             87 - 89
         Toyota(49)      Corolla(32)              79 - 80
                         Cressida(35)             80 - 89
                         Camry(40)                87 - 89
        Volkswagen(30)   Rabbit(36)               75 - 89
                         Jetta(40)                87 - 89
                         Golf(42)                 87 - 89
        Volvo(51)            38                   87 - 89
                         740(39)                  87 - 89
        Yugo(59)             50                   87 - 89
        Unknown(99)          99                   74 - 89, 99

   (5R0P) 18.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY
          TYPE must equal 01-12, 56, 68, 88.

   (2R0P) 19.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY TYPE
          must not equal 20-29.

   (4A0P) 20.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then SPECIAL USE must not
          equal 1-3, 6, 7.

   (4F1P-4F0P) 21.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97, BODY TYPE
         equals  __, and NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is greater than __, then
         a consistency check (_) will be given.
            BODY TYPE                    (0)     (F or S)
            01-05, 07-09, 12, 56, 68, 88  8         15
            06, 11, 55                   12         22
            13                           15         25
            20-29                         2          5
            42, 52, 77                   12         30
            70-73, 75-76, 78-79          12         55
            74                            5         50
            80                            2         10
            82                            8         20
            99                            5         10

  (8P0F) 22.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and AGE is less than 08, then
         BODY TYPE must not equal 01-07, 09-14, 30-59, 67-79, 83.

  (5A0P) 23.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then ROLLOVER must equal 0.

  (6A1P) 24.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 15, then BODY TYPE
         must equal 01-14, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE ROLE
         must equal 1.

  (6A2P) 25.  If IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 15, then BODY TYPE
         must equal 01-14, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE ROLE
         must equal 1.

  (5S0P) 26.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EXTRICATION must equal 0.

  (5B0P) 27.  If JACKKNIFE equals 0 and BODY TYPE equals 74, then
         VEHICLE TRAILERING must not equal 1-4.

  (6B0P) 28.  If JACKKNIFE equals 1-3 then BODY TYPE must equal 74.

  (1D0P) 29.  If SPECIAL USE equals 1, then BODY TYPE must equal 02-09,
         13, 40, 48-49, 89, 99.

  (2D0P) 30.  If SPECIAL USE equals 2, then BODY TYPE must equal 31-40,
         48-49, 55, 58-69.

  (4D0P) 31.  If SPECIAL USE equals 3, then BODY TYPE must equal 30-40,
         48-49.

  (5D0P) 32.  If SPECIAL USE equals 4, then BODY TYPE must equal 01-13,
         20-30, 38-41, 48-51, 53-72, 74-76, 78-79, 82-99.

  (6D0P) 33.  If SPECIAL USE equals 5, then BODY TYPE must equal
         01-13, 20-31, 38-41, 48-51, 53-72, 74-76, 78-80, 82, 88-99.

  (7D0P) 34.  If SPECIAL USE equals 6, then BODY TYPE must equal 11,
         40-41, 48-49, 53-55, 58-70, 78-79, 88-99.

  (3A0P)  35.  If SPECIAL USE equals 7, then BODY TYPE must equal
          70-72, 74-76, 78-79, 89-99.

  (1R0P) 36.  If SEATING POSITION equals 51 and BODY TYPE equals
         30-39, then INJURY SEVERITY must not equal 0, 9.

  (6E1P) 37.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 16, then BODY TYPE
         must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

  (6E2P) 38.  If IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 16, then BODY TYPE
         must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

  (950P) 39.  BODY TYPE is inconsistent with VINA BODY TYPE.

  (1Z0P) 40.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must not
         equal 0 for this vehicle, unless BODY TYPE equals 20-29 or
         blank for this vehicle.

  Special Processing Rules:

  (4F1P-4F0P)  1.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 97, 99, then the
           number of Person Level forms for that vehicle is to be
           substituted in the consistency checks in number 20 above.

  (7A0F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must
          equal 1 or blank for at least one vehicle, or BODY TYPE
          must equal 20-29 or blank for at least one vehicle.

  (4E1P)  3.  If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and
          IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 15, then there must be
          another vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal
          to 70-72, 74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal
          to 2,3.

  (4E2P)  4.  If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and
          IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 15, then there must be
          another vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal
          to 70-72, 74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal
          to 2,3.
Intraconsistency Checks:

Make and Model Years 01-12
  (910P)  I.  If any one of the fields MAKE, MODEL, BODY TYPE,
              MODEL YEAR, and VIN is blank, then the other four
              must also be blank.

  (921P)   II.  If MAKE equals __ and MODEL equals __,
                then MODEL YEAR must equal __:

        MAKE      MODEL   MODEL YEAR

 01       01     57-69,99
          02     64-78,99
          03     57-74,99
          04     75-80,99
          05     68-74,99
          06     68-74,99
          07     70-83,99
          08     70-83,99
          09     80-89,99
          10     81-89,99
          72     84-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     57-89,99

 02       00     46-89,99
          01     40-84,99
          02     67-87,99
          03     87-89,99
          71     70-89,99
          73     40-89,99
          76     70-89,99
          77     86-89,99
          78     65-89,99
          79     72-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     47-89,99

 03       00     65-89,99
          01     65-89,99
          75     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     65-89,99

 06       07     77-81,99
          09     75-83,99
          10     64-86,99
          14     83-89,99
          15     84-86,99
          16     82-89,99
          31     87-89,99
          35     88-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     60-89,99

 07       00     52-89,99
          01     60-76,99
          02     64-87,99
          03     64-78,99
          04     75-78,99
          05     70-74,99
          06     76-80,99
          07     77-89,99
          08     78-89,99
          09     80-83,99
          10     79-81,99
          11     81-89,99
          12     82-83,99
          13     82-84,99
          14     75-88,99
          15     83-89,99
          16     85-89,99
          17     86-89,99
          18     88-89,99
          19     89
          33     78-89,99
          34     71-89,99
          35     84-89,99
          43     79-89,99
          70     86-87,99
          71     74-87,99
          72     84-89,99
          73     61-89,99
          74     63-89,99
          75     71-86,99
          77     80-89,99
          78     79-85,99
          79     49-89,99
          81     66-80,99
          82     67-78,99
          83     67-78,99
          84     62-78,99
          85     66-77,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     66-80,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     63-89,99

 08       10     50-76,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     65-89,99

 09       00     64-89,99
          01     60-76,99
          02     55-74,99
          03     57-78,99
          04     72-77,80-89,99
          05     64-74,99
          06     76-80,99
          07     85-88,99
          08     78-89,99
          11     81-89,99
          13     82-84,99
          17     86-89,99
          19     89
          31     71-75,99
          32     76-80,99
          33     78-83,99
          34     79-89,99
          35     84-87,99
          36     89
          71     74-89,99
          72     84-89,99
          74     65-89,99
          77     75-89,99
          78     65-89,99
          79     79-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     65-89,99

 10       34     89
          40     88-89,99
          44     88-89,99
          98     88-89,99
          99     88-89,99

 12       00     60-89,99
          01     50-70,99
          02     50-70,99
          03     65-89,99
          04     55-89,99
          05     76-81,99
          06     63-89,99
          07     60-79,99
          08     70-77,99
          09     71-80,99
          10     68-76,99
          11     75-82,99
          12     78-83,99
          13     81-89,99
          14     82-89,99
          15     83-89,99
          16     81-89,99
          17     86-89,99
          18     88-89,99
          31     60-70,99
          32     78-80,99
          33     83-89,99
          34     87-89,99
          70     83-89,99
          71     65-89,99
          72     86-89,99
          73     40-89,99
          74     60-89,99
          75     60-89,99
          77     78-89,99
          78     72-85,99
          79     45-89,99
          81     53-89,99
          82     64-89,99
          83     67-89,99
          84     56-89,99
          85     64-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     56-89,99
          90     56-89,99
          97     50-89,99
          98     15-89,99
          99     32-89,99

Make and Model Years 13-22
 13       01     40-89,99
          02     56-89,99
          05     69-89,99
          11     70-87,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     40-89,99

 14       02     50-71,99
          03     79-87,99
          04     67-89,99
          05     67-83,99
          06     55-89,99
          08     61-77,99
          09     75-80,99
          10     67-76,99
          11     75-81,99
          12     77-83,99
          13     80-87,99
          14     81-83,99
          15     82-89,99
          16     82-89,99
          17     86-89,99
          31     70-78,90,99
          33     72-74,99
          34     85-89,99
          35     87-89,99
          36     88-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     62-89,99
          99     50-89,99

 18       01     50-81,99
          02     55-89,99
          03     60-89,99
          05     63-89,99
          08     73-76,99
          10     78-89,99
          12     75-81,99
          15     76-89,99
          16     82-89,99
          17     81-89,99
          18     85-89,99
          21     88-89,99
          31     65-75,86-87,99
          32     70-75,99
          33     69-75,99
          34     75-79,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     50-89,99

 19       03     40-89,99
          04     40-89,99
          05     67-89,99
          06     40-89,99
          09     87-89,99
          14     76-89,99
          16     82-88,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     50-89,99

 20       00     33-89,99
          01     63-85,99
          02     55-89,99
          04     53-89,99
          06     60-69,99
          07     58-89,99
          08     62-79,99
          09     67-89,99
          10     70-88,99
          11     71-77,99
          12     75-80,99
          13     76-87,99
          15     80-85,99
          16     82-89,99
          17     82-89,99
          19     86-89,99
          20     90
          31     84-89,99
          32     85-89,99
          33     85-89,99
          34     89
          50     89
          70     83-89,99
          71     69-89,99
          72     85-89,99
          73     40-89,99
          74     57-89,99
          75     65-89,99
          76     50-89,99
          77     78-89,99
          78     59-89,99
          79     32-89,99
          81     55-89,99
          82     60-80,99
          83     71-80,99
          84     51-89,99
          85     67-89,99
          88     49-89,99
          89     49-89,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     34-83,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     32-89,99

 21       01     62-89,99
          02     49-89,99
          03     49-89,99
          05     66-89,99
          06     40-89,99
          12     62-65,75-81,99
          15     73-85,99
          16     82-88,99
          17     82-89,99
          18     85-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     32-89,99

 22       01     62-81,85-89,99
          02     57-89,99
          05     84-88,99
          08     71-77,99
          09     67-89,99
          10     62-89,99
          11     75-77,99
          12     75-81,84-89,99
          13     81-87,99
          15     77-84,99
          16     82-86,99
          17     82-89,99
          18     85-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     51-89,99

Make and Model Years 23-36
 23       00     40-89,99
          07     65-89,99
          70     83-89,99
          71     69-89,99
          72     84-89,99
          73     40-89,99
          74     65-89,99
          75     65-89,99
          76     50-89,99
          77     76-89,99
          78     60-89,99
          79     51-89,99
          81     67-89,99
          82     68-89,99
          83     69-84,99
          84     48-89,99
          85     50-89,99
          88     60-89,99
          89     48-89,99
          90     67-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     72-89,99

 29       01     40-89,99
          02     65-89,99
          98     40-89,99

 30       00     56-89,99
          31     48-89,99
          32     48-79,99
          33     71-89,99
          34     71-74,99
          35     65-74,99
          36     75-85,99
          37     74-81,99
          38     75-88,99
          39     73-75,99
          40     80-89,99
          41     82-89,99
          42     85-89,99
          43     80-83,99
          44     87-89,99
          45     89
          74     55-89,99
          78     67-80,99
          79     65-89,99
          97     64-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     56-89,99

 31       31     55-89,99
          32     55-89,99
          33     55-89,99
          34     81-89,99
          35     89
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     55-89,99

 32       31     70-72,99
          32     70-77,99
          33     74-79,99
          34     80-89,99
          35     78-89,99
          36     82-89,99
          37     89
          97     70-89,99
          98     70-89,99
          99     70-89,99

 33       31     73-75,99
          32     68-71,99
          33     59-70,99
          34     55-67,99
          35     60-67,99
          97     68-75,99
          98     68-75,99
          99     55-75,99

 34       00     65-89,99
          31     66-76,99
          32     69-77,99
          33     69-76,99
          34     77-89,99
          35     77-89,99
          36     75-89,99
          37     78-89,99
          65     70-83,99
          66     74-89,99
          69     70-89,99
          97     70-89,99
          98     66-89,99
          99     66-89,99

 35       00     50-89,99
          31     76-78,99
          32     77-89,99
          33     71-82,99
          34     70-89,99
          35     79-82,99
          36     68-73,78-81,99
          37     73-76,99
          38     74-77,99
          39     77-89,99
          40     50-71,99
          41     67-87,99
          42     82-89,99
          43     82-89,99
          44     83-89,99
          70     65-89,99
          72     87-89,99
          77     67-89,99
          78     76-89,99
          79     67-89,99
          83     86-89,99
          88     86-89,99
          97     66-89,99
          98     66-89,99
          99     67-89,99

 36       31     67-75,99
          32     68-87,99
          33     75-82,99
          34     67-73,99
          35     72-79,99
          36     75-83,99
          37     79-83,99
          97     67-87,99
          98     67-87,99
          99     68-87,99

Make and Model Years 37-45
 37       00     65-89,99
          31     73-89,99
          32     76-89,99
          33     79-89,99
          34     68-72,99
          35     84-89,99
          36     86-89,99
          61     78-89,99
          62     65-89,99
          63     65-89,99
          64     65-89,99
          65     70-89,99
          66     70-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     47-89,99
          98     68-89,99
          99     68-89,99

 38       00     81-89,99
          31     81-89,99
          32     83-89,99
          33     87-89,99
          70     84-89,99
          77     76-89,99
          78     81-89,99
          79     81-89,99
          97     81-89,99
          98     81-89,99
          99     81-89,99

 39       31     76-89,99
          32     68-89,99
          33     62-74,99
          97     63-89,99
          98     63-89,99
          99     63-89,99

 40       31     76-81,99
          32     76-82,99
          33     76-78,99
          97     76-82,99
          98     76-82,99
          99     76-82,99

 41       00     50-89,99
          31     72-74,99
          32     72-78,99
          33     74-78,99
          34     79-89,99
          35     77-89,99
          36     76-78,99
          37     79-89,99
          38     72-77,99
          39     72-77,99
          40     50-72,99
          41     68-72,99
          42     68-78,99
          43     86-89,99
          44     88-89,99
          77     72-89,99
          78     65-89,99
          79     65-89,99
          97     50-89,99
          98     50-89,99
          99     50-89,99

 42       00     50-89,99
          31     50-89,99
          32     64-71,99
          33     72-89,99
          34     73-89,99
          35     67-72,99
          36     73-89,99
          37     68-89,99
          38     78-87,99
          39     84-89,99
          75     82-89,99
          81     65-89,99
          82     65-89,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     65-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     65-89,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     65-89,99

 43       31     60-79,99
          32     62-81,99
          33     67-75,99
          34     55-62,99
          35     40-55,99
          36     68-69,99
          97     40-81,99
          98     40-81,99
          99     40-81,99

 44       31     71-73,99
          32     60-69,99
          33     60-70,99
          34     70-89,99
          35     74-89,99
          36     89
          61     65-89,99
          62     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     60-89,99

 45       31     66-89,99
          32     66-69,99
          33     70-76,99
          34     77-89,99
          35     78-89,99
          36     79
          37     83-89,99
          38     86-89,99
          97     64-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     64-89,99

Make and Model Years 46-53
 46       31     76-83,99
          32     55-71,99
          33     72-77,99
          34     73-76,99
          35     69-72,99
          36     73-80,99
          37     81-86,99
          38     82-85,99
          39     83-89,99
          40     83-87,99
          41     87-89,99
          44     87-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     55-89,99

 47       31     73-89,99
          32     68-74,99
          33     60-73,99
          34     85-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     60-89,99
          99     60-89,99

 48       00     73-89,99
          31     72-89,99
          32     70-80,99
          33     69-70,99
          35     86-89,99
          36     87-89,99
          43     78-89,99
          78     78-89,99
          79     78-89,99
          97     70-89,99
          98     70-89,99
          99     70-89,99

 49       00     66-89,99
          31     66-82,99
          32     69-89,99
          33     71-89,99
          34     79-89,99
          35     70-89,99
          36     66-71,99
          37     72-73,99
          38     80-89,99
          39     81-84,99
          40     83-89,99
          41     85-89,99
          70     81-89,99
          71     69-89,99
          72     76-89,99
          77     70-89,99
          78     70-89,99
          79     73-89,99
          97     73-89,99
          98     73-89,99
          99     73-89,99

 50       00     67-89,99
          31     62-81,99
          32     67-73,99
          33     58-74,99
          34     69-76,99
          35     75-81,99
          36     60-74,99
          37     71-73,99
          65     67-72,99
          66     67-79,99
          69     66-79,99
          97     67-80,99
          98     67-80,99
          99     58-81,99

 51       00     63-89,99
          31     58-68,99
          32     67-74,99
          33     69-75,99
          34     75-89,99
          35     76-89,99
          36     60-73,99
          37     47-65,99
          38     83-89,99
          39     85-89,99
          81     81-89,99
          82     81-84,99
          83     81-89,99
          84     81-89,99
          85     81-89,99
          88     81-89,99
          89     81-89,99
          90     81-89,99
          97     65-89,99
          98     65-89,99
          99     47-89,99

 52       00     83-89,99
          31     83-89,99
          32     83-89,99
          33     83-89,99
          34     85-89,99
          35     85-89,99
          36     87-89,99
          70     83-89,99
          72     83-89,99
          77     83-89,99
          78     83-89,99
          98     83-89,99
          99     83-89,99

 53       00     69-89,99
          31     85-89,99
          34     89
          61     72-89,99
          62     72-89,99
          63     69-89,99
          64     72-85,99
          65     69-89,99
          66     72-89,99
          69     69-89,99
          70     80-89,99
          71     89
          78     72-89,99
          88     86-89,99
          97     69-89,99

Make and Model Years 59-83
 59       31     65-89,99
          32     65-89,99
          33     65-89,99
          34     65-89,99
          35     65-89,99
          36     65-89,99
          37     65-89,99
          38     65-89,99
          39     67-89,99
          40     65-89,99
          41     65-89,99
          42     65-89,99
          43     65-89,99
          44     65-89,99
          45     65-89,99
          46     65-89,99
          47     85-89,99
          48     85-89,99
          49     60-89,99
          50     86-89,99
          51     84-89,99
          52     86-89,99
          98     65-89,99

 60       65     65-89,99
          66     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 61       65     65-89,99
          66     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 62       62     73-78,99
          63     73-79,99
          64     71
          65     71-89,99
          66     45-89,99
          69     40-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 63       61     82
          62     70-89,99
          63     72-89,99
          64     75-89,99
          65     72-89,99
          66     73-89,99
          69     70-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 64       66     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 65       66     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 67       61     79-89,99
          62     72-89,99
          63     69-89,99
          64     72-89,99
          65     71-89,99
          66     77-89,99
          69     70-89,99
          97     72-89,99

 69       61     65-89,99
          62     65-89,99
          63     65-89,99
          64     65-89,99
          65     65-89,99
          66     46-89,99
          69     46-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 70       61     65-89,99
          62     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99

 80       80     65-89,99
          81     65-89,99
          82     65-89,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     65-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     65-89,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 81       80     65-89,99
          81     54-75,99
          82     54-75,99
          83     54-75,99
          84     54-75,99
          85     54-75,99
          86     54-75,99
          87     54-75,99
          88     54-75,99
          89     54-75,99
          90     54-75,99
          97     54-75,99

 82       80     65-89,99
          81     76-89,99
          82     76-89,99
          83     72-89,99
          84     64-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     65-89,99
          90     72-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 83       80     65-89,99
          81     65-89,99
          82     65-89,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     65-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     65-89,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

Make and Model Years 84-99
 84       00     65-89,99
          71     62-80,99
          73     51-76,99
          75     60-84,99
          76     63-75,99
          78     60-89,99
          79     51-89,99
          80     65-89,99
          81     63-89,99
          82     73-89,99
          83     61-89,99
          84     48-89,99
          85     53-89,99
          86     72-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     55-89,99
          89     53-89,99
          90     64-89,99
          97     54-89,99

 85       80     65-89,99
          81     47-89,99
          82     72-89,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     54-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     56-89,99
          90     64-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 86       80     65-89,99
          81     68-89,99
          82     65-89,99
          83     77-89,99
          84     56-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     76-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     71-89,99
          89     56-89,99
          90     72-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 87       80     65-89,99
          81     74-89,99
          82     65-89,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     61-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     61-89,99
          90     64-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 88       80     65-89,99
          81     65-89,99
          82     68-85,99
          83     65-89,99
          84     63-89,99
          85     65-89,99
          86     65-89,99
          87     65-89,99
          88     65-89,99
          89     64-89,99
          90     65-89,99
          97     65-89,99

 95       01     53-89,99
          02     65-89,99
          03     65-89,99
          04     65-89,99
          78     65-89,99
          88     55-89,99

 98       00     65-89,99
          97     45-89,99
          99     57-89,99

 99       00     65-89,99
          69     65-89,99
          79     65-89,99
          89     66-89,99
          97     64-89,99
          99     62-89,99

Make and Body Type 01-09

   (960P)  III. If MAKE equals __ and MODEL equals __,
                then BODY TYPE must equal __:

 Make     Model  Body Type

 01       01     01-07,09-10,88
          02     01-07,09-10,88
          03     01-07,09-10,88
          04     01-07,09-10,88
          05     01-07,09-10,88
          06     01-07,09-10,88
          07     01-07,09-10,88
          08     01-07,09-10,88
          09     01-07,09-10,88
          10     01-07,09-10,88
          72     40,69
          97     32,80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

 02       00     12,99
          01     12,88
          02     12,88
          03     12
          71     56,68
          73     50-55,58-59,69
          76     50-56,58-59,69
          77     50-53,58-59,69
          78     12,50-59,68-69
          79     12,50-59,68-69
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     12,88
          99     12,88

 03       00     12,99
          01     12,88
          75     12,41
          87     32
          88     32,70-72,75-76,78
          89     32,70-72,75-76,78
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     09,12,88
          99     09,39,79

 06       07     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          09     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          10     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          14     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          15     01-07,09-10,88,99
          16     01-07,09-10,88,99
          31     01-03,08-09,99
          35     01-09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09-10,88,99
          99     01-07,09-10,88,99

 07       00     39,49,69,79,99
          01     01-10,88
          02     01-10,88
          03     01-10,88
          04     01-10,88
          05     01-10,88
          06     01-10,88
          07     01-10,88
          08     01-10,88
          09     01-10,88
          10     01-10,88
          11     01-10,88
          12     01-10,88
          13     10-11,88
          14     01-09,70-72,79,88
          15     01-09,88
          16     01-09,88
          17     01-09,88
          18     01-09,99
          19     01-09,99
          33     01-09,88
          34     01-09,88
          35     01-09,88
          43     10,50-55,58-59,69
          70     12
          71     50,56,68
          72     40-41,69
          73     50-55,58-59,69
          74     40-42,48-50,58-59,69
          75     40-42,48-55,58-59,69
          77     50-53,58-59
          78     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          79     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          81     70-79
          82     70-79
          83     70-79
          84     70-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          88     70-79
          89     30,70-79
          90     70-79
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-12,88
          99     01-12,88

 08       10     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          99     01-07,09-10,13,88,99

 09       00     39,49,69,79,99
          01     01-12,88
          02     01-10,88
          03     01-10,88
          04     01-10,88
          05     01-10,88
          06     01-10,88
          07     01-10,88
          08     01-10,88
          11     01-10,88
          13     10,88
          17     01-09,99
          19     01-09,99
          31     01-10,88
          32     01-12,88
          33     01-10,88
          34     01-10,88
          35     01-10,88
          36     01-09,99
          71     56
          72     40-42,48-49,69
          74     40-42,48-49,69
          77     50-53,58-59
          78     10-12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          79     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-12,88
          99     01-12,88

Make and Body Type 10-20
 10       34     01-09,99
          40     01-09,99
          44     01-09,99
          98     01-09,99
          99     01-09,99

 12       00     39,49,69,79,99
          01     01-11,88
          02     01-10,88
          03     01-10,88
          04     01-10,88
          05     01-10,88
          06     01-10,88
          07     01-11,88
          08     01-10,88
          09     01-10,88
          10     01-10,88
          11     01-10,88
          12     01-10,88
          13     01-10,88
          14     01-10,88
          15     01-10,88
          16     01-10,88
          17     01-09
          18     01-09,99
          31     01-10,88
          32     01-10,88
          33     01-10,88
          34     01-10,88
          70     56,68
          71     12,56,68
          72     40-42,48-49,69
          73     50-55,58-59
          74     40-42,48-49,69
          75     40-42,48-55,58-59,69
          77     50-55,58-59
          78     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          79     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          81     70-79
          82     70-79
          83     70-79
          84     70-79
          85     30,32,38-39
          88     70-79
          89     30,32,38-39,70-79
          90     70-79
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-12,88
          99     01-12,88

 13       01     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          02     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          05     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          11     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09,10,13,88,99
          99     01-07,09-10,13,88,99

 14       02     01-07,09-10,88,99
          03     01-07,09-10,88,99
          04     01-07,09-10,88,99
          05     01-07,09-10,88,99
          06     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          08     01-07,09-10,88,99
          09     01-07,09-10,88,99
          10     01-07,09-10,88,99
          11     01-07,09-10,88,99
          12     01-07,09-10,88,99
          13     01-07,09-10,88,99
          14     01-07,09-10,88,99
          15     01-07,09-10,88
          16     01-07,09-10,13,88
          17     01-07-09-10,13,88
          31     01-07,09-10,88
          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-07,09-10,88
          35     01-10
          36     01-10
          97     80-83,88,89
          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

 18       01     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          02     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          03     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          05     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          08     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          10     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          12     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          15     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          16     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          17     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          18     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          21     01-09,99
          31     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          32     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          33     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          34     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-07,09-10,13,88
          99     01-07,09-11,13,88

 19       03     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          04     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          05     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          06     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          09     01-09,99
          14     01-07,09-10,13,88,99
          16     01-07,09-10,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09-11,13,88,99
          99     01-07,09-11,13,88,99

 20       00     49,69,79,99
          01     01-11,88
          02     01-11,88
          04     01-09,88
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          10     01-11,88
          11     01-11,88
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          15     01-11,88
          16     01-11,88
          17     01-11,88
          19     01-11,88
          20     01-11,88
          31     01-11,88
          32     01-11,88
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          34     01-11,88
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          75     40-42,48-49,58-59,69
          76     54-55,58-59,69
          77     50-53,58-59,69
          78     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          79     50-59,68-69
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          82     70-79
          83     70-79
          84     70-79
          85     30,38-39,77-79
          88     70-79
          89     30,38,70-79
          90     70-79
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-12,88
          99     01-12,88

Make and Body Type 21-34
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          02     01-07,09-10,88,99
          03     01-07,09-10,88,99
          05     01-07,09-10,88,99
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          12     01-07,09-10,88,99
          15     01-07,09-10,88,99
          16     01-07,09-10,88,99
          17     01-07,09-10,88,99
          18     01-07,09-10,88,99
          97     80-83,88,89
          98     01-07,09-10,88,99
          99     01-07,09-10,88

 22       01     01-07,09-10,88,99
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          05     01-07,09-10,88,99
          08     01-07,09-10,88,99
          09     01-07,09-10,88,99
          10     01-07,09-10,88,99
          11     01-07,09-10,88,99
          12     01-07,09-10,88,99
          13     01-07,09-10,88,99
          15     01-07,09-10,88,99
          16     01-07,09-10,88,99
          17     01-07,09-10,88,99
          18     01-07,09-10,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

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          77     50-55,58-59,69
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          79     12,40-42,48-59,68-69,79
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          89     30-32,38-39,70-79
          90     30-32,38-39,70-79
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          98     01-14,50,56,99

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          33     01-02,06-07,09-10
          34     01-07,09-10
          35     01-07,09-10
          36     01-07,09-10
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          79     12,40,42,50-54,58-59,69
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          99     01-07,09-10,12,88

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          32     01-02,04,09,88,99
          33     01-02,04,09,88,99
          34     01-02,04,09,88,99
          35     01-09,88,99
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          99     01-02,04,09,88,99

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          32     01-09,88,99
          33     01-09,88,99
          34     01-09,88,99
          35     01-09,88,99
          36     01-09,88,99
          37     01-09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-02,04,09,88,99
          99     01-02,04,09,88,99

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          32     01-05,07,09,88,99
          33     01-05,07,09,88,99
          34     01-05,07,09,88,99
          35     01-05,07,09,88,99
          97     80-83,88,89,99
          98     01-05,07,09,88,99
          99     01-05,07,09,88,99

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          32     01-02,04,09,88
          33     01-02,04,09,88
          34     01-02,04,09,88
          35     01-02,04,09,88
          36     01-02,04,09,88
          37     01-02,04,09,88
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          66     20,29,80,88
          69     20,29,80,88
          97     80-83,88,89
          98     01-02,04,09,88
          99     01-02,04,09,88

Make and Body Type 35-43
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          32     01-07,09-10,88
          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-07,09-10,88
          35     01-07,09-10,88
          36     01-07,09-10,88
          37     01-07,09-10,88
          38     01-07,09-10,88
          39     01-07,09-10,88
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          41     01-07,09-10,88
          42     01-07,09-10,88
          43     01-07,09-10,88
          44     01-07,09-10,88
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          79     50-54,58-59,69
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          88     70-79
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          32     01-09,88,99
          33     01-09,88,99
          34     01-09,88,99
          35     01-09,88,99
          36     01-02,09,88,99
          37     01-09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-02,04,06,09,88,99
          99     01-02,04,06,09,88,99

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          32     01-07,09-10,88
          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-07,09-12,88
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          99     01-07,09-12,88

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          79     50-54,58-59
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          33     01-03,09,88,99
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          98     01-02,04,09,88,99
          99     01-02,04,09,88,99

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          33     01-05,07,09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-05,07,09,88,99
          99     01-05,07,09,88,99

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          32     01-07,09-10,88
          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-03,07,09-10,88
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          36     01-07,09-10,88
          37     01-07,09-10,88
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          43     01-09,88
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          79     50-54,58-59
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

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          32     01-02,09,88
          33     01-02,09,88
          34     01-02,09,88
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          37     04,06,09,88
          38     04,06,09,88
          39     04,06,09,88
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          83     70-72,78,79
          84     70-72,78,79
          85     31-32,38-39,78,79
          88     70-72,78,79
          89     31-32,38-39,70-72,78,79
          90     31-32,38-39,70-72,78,79
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-02,04,06,09,88
          99     01-02,04,06,09,88

 43       31     01-02,09,88,99
          32     01-02,09,88,99
          33     01-02,09,88,99
          34     01-02,09,88,99
          35     01-02,09,88,99
          36     01-02,09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-02,09,88,99
          99     01-02,09,88,99

Make and Body Type 44-52
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          32     03-07,09,88,99
          33     03-07,09,88,99
          34     03-07,09,88,99
          35     03-07,09,88,99
          36     03-07,09,88,99
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          62     21,80,88,99
          69     21,80,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     03-07,09,88,99
          99     03-07,09,88,99

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          32     01-02,09,88,99
          33     01-02,09,88,99
          34     01-03,09,88,99
          35     01-03,09,88,99
          36     01-02,09,88,99
          37     01-03,09,88,99
          38     01-03,07,09,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-02,04,09,88,99
          99     01-02,04,09,88,99

 46       31     01-07,09,88,99
          32     01-07,09,88,99
          33     01-07,09,88,99
          34     01-07,09,88,99
          35     01-07,09,88,99
          36     01-07,09,88,99
          37     01-07,09,88,99
          38     01-07,09,88,99
          39     01-07,09,88,99
          40     01-07,09,88,99
          41     01-07,09,88,99
          44     01-09,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     01-07,09,88,99
          99     01-07,09,88,99

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          32     02-07,09,11,88,99
          33     02-07,09,11,88,99
          97     80-83,88-89,99
          98     02-07,09,11,88,99
          99     02-07,09,11,88,99

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          33     01-07,09-10,88
          35     01-09,99
          36     01-09,99
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          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

 49       00     99
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          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-07,09-10,88
          35     01-07,09-10,88
          36     01-07,09-10,88
          37     01-07,09-10,88
          38     01-07,09-10,88
          39     01-07,09-10,88
          40     01-07,09-10,88
          41     01-03,07,09-10,88
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          72     40-42,48-49,58-59
          77     50-53,58-59
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          79     12,40,50-54,58-59
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-07,09-10,12,88
          99     01-07,09-10,12,88

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          32     01-02,09,88
          33     01-02,09,88
          34     01-02,09,88
          35     01-02,09,88
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          69     20,29,80,88
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-02,04,09,88
          99     01-02,04,09,88

 51       00     99
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          32     01-07,09-10,88
          33     01-07,09-10,88
          34     01-07,09-10,88
          35     01-07,09-10,88
          36     01-07,09-10,88
          37     01-07,09-10,88
          38     01-07,09-10,88
          39     01-07,09-10,88
          81     70-72,74,78-79
          82     70-72,74,78-79
          83     70-72,74,78-79
          84     70-72,74-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          88     70-72,74,78-79
          89     70-72,74,78-79
          90     70-72,74,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89
          98     01-07,09-10,88
          99     01-07,09-10,88

 52       00     99
          31     01-09,88
          32     01-09,88
          33     01-09,88
          34     01-09,88
          35     01-09,88
          36     01-09,88
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          72     40-42,48-50,59,69
          77     50-53,58-59
          78     40-42,48-56,58-59,67-69
          98     01-09,88
          99     01-09,41-42,48-49,52-53,58,80,88

Make and Body Type 53-82
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          34     01-09,88
          61     20-21,27-29,80,88
          62     20-21,27-29,80,88
          63     20-21,27-29,80,88
          64     20-21,27-29,80,88
          65     20-21,27-29,80,88
          66     20-21,27-29,80,88
          69     20-21,27-29,80,88
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          88     41-42,48-56,58-59,67-69,70-79
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          33     02-07,09
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          36     01-07,09
          37     01-05,07,09
          38     01-02,04,09
          39     01-02,04,09
          40     01-05,07,09
          41     01-07,09-10
          42     01-02,04,09
          43     01-07,09,12
          44     01-07,09
          45     01-02,04,09
          46     01-02,09
          47     01-09
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          49     01-09
          50     01-09
          51     01-09
          52     01-09,99
          98     01-14

 60       65     20-21,27-29
          66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88-89

 61       65     20-21,27-29
          66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88,89

 62       62     20-21,27-29
          63     20-21,27-29
          64     20-21,27-29
          65     20-21,27-29
          66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
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          62     20-21,27-29
          63     20-21,27-29
          64     20-21,27-29
          65     20-21,27-29
          66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88-89

 64       66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88-89

 65       66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88-89

 67       61     20-21,27-29
          62     20-21,27-29
          63     20-21,27-29
          64     20-21,27-29
          65     20-21,27-29
          66     20-21,27-29
          69     20-21,27-29
          97     80-83,88-89

 69       61     20-21,27-29,69
          62     20-21,27-29,69
          63     20-21,27-29,69,80,88
          64     20-21,27-29,69
          65     20-21,27-29,69
          66     20-21,27-29,69
          69     20,27-29,69
          97     69,81-83,88-90,99

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          62     21,29
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          81     70-72,74-76,78-79
          82     70-72,74-76,78-79
          83     70-72,74-76,78-79
          84     70-72,74-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-72,74-76,78-79
          89     70-72,74-76,78-79
          90     70-72,74-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 81       80     30-32,38-39,70-72,74-76,78-79
          81     70-72,74-76,78-79
          82     70-72,74-76,78-79
          83     70-72,74-76,78-79
          84     70-72,74-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-72,74-76,78-79
          89     30-32,38-39,70-72,74-76,78-79
          90     70-72,74-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 82       80     30-32,38-39,70-72,74-76,78-79
          81     70-72,74-76,78-79
          82     70-72,74-76,78-79
          83     70-72,74-76,78-79
          84     70-72,74-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-72,74-76,78-79
          89     70-72,74-76,78-79
          90     70-72,74-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

Make and Body Type 83-99
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          81     70-72,74-76,78-79
          82     70-72,74-76,78-79
          83     70-72,74-76,78-79
          84     70-72,74-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-72,74-76,78-79
          89     70-72,74-76,78-79
          90     70-72,74-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 84       00     99
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          73     50-55,58-59
          75     41-42,48-49,70-71,78
          76     54-55,58-59,69
          78     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          79     12,40-42,48-59,68-69
          80     30-32,38-39,42,52,70-79
          81     70-79
          82     70-79
          83     70-79
          84     70-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-79
          89     30-32,38-39,70-79
          90     70-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 85       80     30-32,38-39,70-76,78-79
          81     70-76,78-79
          82     70-76,78-79
          83     70-76,78-79
          84     70-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-76,78-79
          89     70-76,78-79
          90     70-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 86       80     30-32,38-39,70-76,78-79
          81     70-76,78-79
          82     70-76,78-79
          83     70-76,78-79
          84     70-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-76,78-79
          89     70-76,78-79
          90     70-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 87       80     30-32,38-39,70-76,78-79
          81     70-76,78-79
          82     70-76,78-79
          83     70-76,78-79
          84     70-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-76,78-79
          89     70-76,78-79
          90     70-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89

 88       80     30-32,38-39,70-76,78-79
          81     70-76,78-79
          82     70-76,78-79
          83     70-76,78-79
          84     70-76,78-79
          85     30-32,38-39
          86     30-32,38-39
          87     30-32,38-39
          88     70-76,78-79
          89     70-76,78-79
          90     70-76,78-79
          97     80-83,88-89
 95       01     70-72,74-76,78-83,88-89,99
          02     70-72,74-76,78-83,88-89,99
          03     70-72,74-76,78-83,88-89,99
          04     70-72,74-76,78-83,88-89,99
          78     40-42,48-56,58-59,67-69
          88     30-32,38-39,70-79,88
 98       00     99
          97     42,52,80-83,88-90
          99     01-11,13-14
 99       00     01-14,20-21,27-32,38-42,48-56,58-59,67-83,88-90,99
          69     20-21,27-29
          79     40-42,48-56,58-59,67-69
          89     30-32,38-39,70-79
          97     80-83,88-90
          99     01-14

Make and VIN Digits
 (V970) IV. If the VIN is not all 0's or all 9's, and if the MODEL YEAR
 is between 1981 and 1988, and if the BODY TYPE is 01 - 09

 MAKE                 POSSIBLE FIRST THREE VIN DIGITS

 01   American Motors     1AC,1AM,2CC,2CM
 06   Chrysler            1C3,2C3,3C1,3J1,JC1,JJ1
 07   Dodge               1B3,1B4,2B3,2B4,3B3,3B4,JB3,JB4
 08   Imperial            1A3,2A3
 09   Plymouth            1P3,2P3,3P3,JP3
 12   Ford                1FA,2FA,JCA,JFA,KNA
 13   Lincoln             1LN,1MR
 14   Mercury             1ME,2ME,3MA
 18   Buick               1G4,2G4
 19   Cadillac            1G6
 20   Chevrolet           1G1,1Y1,2G1,3G1,J81
 21   Oldsmobile          1G3,2G3,3G3
 22   Pontiac             1G2,2G2,JG2,KL2
 30   Volkswagon          1VW,9VW,WVW
 31   Alfa Romeo          ZAR
 32   Audi                WAU
 34   BMW                 WBA
 35   Datsun/Nissan       1N4,JN1
 36   Fiat                ZFA
 37   Honda               1HG,1HM,2HG,JHM
 38   Isuzu               JAB
 39   Jaguar              SAD,SAJ
 41   Mazda               1YV,JM1
 42   Mercedes Benz       WDB
 44   Peugeot             VF3
 45   Porsche             WPO
 46   Renault             1AM,1XM,VF1,VM1,VX1
 47   Saab                YK1,YS3
 48   Subaru              JF1,JF2
 49   Toyota              1N2,JT2
 51   Volvo               2V1,YV1
 52   Mitsubishi          JA3,KMH

Registration State
                          REGISTRATION STATE

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

      Blanks                              30  Montana
      00  Not Applicable                  31  Nebraska
      01  Alabama                         32  Nevada
      02  Alaska                          33  New Hampshire
      03  American Samoa                  34  New Jersey
      04  Arizona                         35  New Mexico
      05  Arkansas                        36  New York
      06  California                      37  North Carolina
      08  Colorado                        38  North Dakota
      09  Connecticut                     39  Ohio
      10  Delaware                        40  Oklahoma
      11  District of Columbia            41  Oregon
      12  Florida                         42  Pennsylvania
      13  Georgia                         43  Puerto Rico
      14  Guam                            44  Rhode Island
      15  Hawaii                          45  South Carolina
      16  Idaho                           46  South Dakota
      17  Illinois                        47  Tennessee
      18  Indiana                         48  Texas
      19  Iowa                            49  Utah
      20  Kansas                          50  Vermont
      21  Kentucky                        51  Virginia
      22  Louisiana                       52  Virgin Islands
      23  Maine                           53  Washington
      24  Maryland                        54  West Virginia
      25  Massachusetts                   55  Wisconsin
      26  Michigan                        56  Wyoming
      27  Minnesota
      28  Mississippi
      29  Missouri
      92  No Registration
      93  Multiple State Registration - In State
      94  Multiple State Registration - Out-of-State
      95  U.S. Government Tags
      96  Military Vehicle
      97  Foreign Country*
      98  Other Registration
      99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code 92 refers to vehicles not registered, either legally or
       illegally.

       * This value is an unlikely occurance and will raise an error
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (V060)  1.  If SPECIAL USE equals 4, then REGISTRATION STATE
           should not equal 00-02, 04-06, 08-13, 15-51, 53-56,
           92-95, 97-99.

   (9K0P)  2.  If HAZARDOUS  CARGO equals 1, then  REGISTRATION
           STATE must not equal 00.

   (6G0P)  3.  If RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 32, then
           REGISTRATION STATE must not equal 00, 92.

   (V070)  4.  If  HAZARDOUS CARGO  equals 1, then REGISTRATION
           STATE should not equal 92.

Rollover
                               ROLLOVER

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Rollover
       1  First Event
       2  Subsequent Event

  Remarks:

       Rollover refers to vehicles overturning during the accident.

  Rollover is defined as any vehicle rotation of 90 degrees or  more,
  about any true longitudinal or lateral axis.

       Rollover does not apply to motorcycles (code as 0).

       Subsequent Event refers to a rollover which occurs after the
       first harmful event.

       If it cannot be determined that a rollover has occurred, then
       use code 0 - No Rollover.

  Consistency Checks:

   (5A0P)  1.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then ROLLOVER must equal 0.

   (1Z0P)  2.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must not
           equal 0 for this vehicle, unless BODY TYPE equals 20-29 or
           blank for this vehicle.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (7A0F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must
           equal 1 or blank for at least one vehicle, or BODY TYPE
           must equal 20-29 or blank for at least one vehicle.

Jacknife
                              JACKKNIFE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  Not an Articulated Vehicle
       1  No
       2  First Event
       3  Subsequent Event

  Remarks:

       Jackknife applies to a condition which occurs to a semi-truck
       (i.e., power unit and one or more trailers) while in motion.
       The condition reflects a loss of control of the truck by the
       driver in which the trailer yaws more than 15 degrees (as
       best as can be determined by the analyst) from its normal
       straight line path behind the cab. If the final resting
       configuration of the vehicle is in the jackknife position, it
       does not necessarily mean that the vehicle has jackknifed
       (such as, an accident occurring while the vehicle is backing
       up or parking).

       Subsequent Event refers to a jackknife which occurs after the
       first harmful event.

       Jackknife is not likely to be a 'harmful' event but may be
       part of an unstabilized condition just before the first
       harmful event.

  Consistency Checks:

   (5B0P)  1.  If JACKKNIFE equals 0 and BODY TYPE equals 74, then
           VEHICLE TRAILERING must not equals 1-4.

   (6B0P)  2.  If JACKKNIFE equals 1-3, then BODY TYPE must equals 74.

   (7B0F)  3.  If JACKKNIFE equals 2, 3, then DRIVER PRESENCE must
           equal 1.

   (2B0P)  4.  If JACKKNIFE equals 1-3, then VEHICLE TRAILERING must not
           equal 0, 9.

   (3B0P)  5.  If JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then TRAVEL SPEED must not equal
           00.

   (8B0P)  6.  If JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then VEHICLE MANEUVER must not
           equal 03-04, 06-08, 15.

Travel Speed
                             TRAVEL SPEED

  FORMAT:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

      Blanks
  Actual Miles Per Hour Except:
       00 Stopped Vehicle
       97 Ninety-Seven MPH or Greater
       99 Unknown

  Remarks:

       This element refers to the speed the vehicle was traveling
       prior to the occurrence of the accident.

       Code the Traveling Speed as indicated by the investigating
       officer.  Do not use estimates by drivers or witnesses.

       If the officer gives a range, code the median speed and round
       up to the next higher whole number.  If the officer gives a
       minimum speed (e.g., 'at least 55 mph' or 'in excess of 60
       mph', then use that speed (e.g., 55 and 60 respectively).

  Consistency Checks:

   (V080)  1.  If TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE ROLE should
           not equal 1.

   (3B0P)  2.  If JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then TRAVEL SPEED must not
           equal 00.

   (5G0P)  3.  If  RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 31, then
           TRAVEL SPEED must not equal 00.

   (9G0P)  4.  If TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE MANEUVER must
           equal 04,98 or 99.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (A240)  1.  If ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then TRAVEL SPEED
           should not equal 05-40.

   (A090)  2a.  If NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED is greater than 1,
           then there should be at least one vehicle with TRAVEL SPEED
           of 01-97, 99, or blank.

   (A100)   b.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is not equal to 2, 4, 5, 8, 9,
           15, 16, 18, then there should be one vehicle with TRAVEL
           SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.

Hazardous Cargo
                           HAZARDOUS CARGO

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No
       1  Yes
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       HAZARDOUS CARGO refers to any substance or material which has
       been determined to be capable of posing an unreasonable risk
       to health, safety, and property when transported in commerce.
       Examples are:

            Explosive (e.g., Chlorine,     Radioactive Material
               Fluorine)                  Gasoline
            Nonflammable Gas              Liquid Oxygen
            Combustible Liquid            Poison Gas
            Flammable Liquid              Corrosive Material
            Flammable Solid               Irritating Material

       Code this element 1 if the vehicle was carrying any hazardous
       substance or material at the time of the accident.

  Consistency Checks:

   (9K0P)  1.  If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then REGISTRATION STATE
           must not equal 00.

   (V090)  2.  If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then DRIVER LICENSE
           STATUS should not equal 0-4, 7,8.

   (V100)  3.  If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
           LEVEL does not equal 19, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS should
           not equal 1, 2.

   (V070)  4.  If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then REGISTRATION STATE
           should not equal 92.

Vehicle Trailering
                          VEHICLE TRAILERING

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No
       1  Yes, One Trailing Unit
       2  Yes, Two Trailing Units
       3  Yes, Three or More Trailing Units
       4  Yes, Number of Trailing Units Unknown
       9  Unknown

  Remarks

       Trailing unit applies to any device connected to a motor
       vehicle by a hitch, including tractor-trailer combinations,
       boat hitched onto a motor vehicle, etc.  This does not
       include towed vehicles, such as a tow truck pulling a
       vehicle, or vehicles towed by rope or chain.  Only legal
       hitches are coded 1-3.

  Consistency Checks:

   (V020)  1.  If VEHICLE TRAILERING equals 1, then BODY TYPE should
           not equal 20-29, 30-32, 80, 82.

   (V110)  2.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15,
           then VEHICLE TRAILERING should not equal 0.

   (2B0P)  3.  If JACKKNIFE equals 1-3, then VEHICLE TRAILERING must
           not equal 0, 9.

   (4R0P)  4.  If SEATING POSITION equals 54, then VEHICLE TRAILERING
           must not equal 0.

   (5B0P)  5.  If JACKKNIFE equals 0 and BODY TYPE equals 74, then
           VEHICLE TRAILERING must not equal 1-4.

Special Use
                             SPECIAL USE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Special Use
       1  Taxi
       2  Vehicle Used as School Bus*
       3  Vehicle Used as Other Bus*
       4  Military*
       5  Police
       6  Ambulance*
       7  Firetruck
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refers to whether the motor vehicle was used for a function
       other than the primary function for that type vehicle.  In
       other words, this element is coded 1-9 in those cases where
       BODY TYPE does not reflect how the vehicle was being used.
       For example, if a vehicle is coded BODY TYPE 30 (School Bus),
       SPECIAL USE is coded 0 since BODY TYPE already indicates the
       vehicle's use, and it would be redundant to code this element
       2.  On the other hand, if a van is being used as a school
       bus, this element would be coded 2 because the coding of BODY
       TYPE as 40 (Van) does not indicate the fact that the van is
       actually being used as a school bus.

       Code '0' (No Special Use).

       Code '1' (Taxi) refers to vehicles used during this trip (at
       the time of the accident) on a fee-for-hire basis to
       transport persons.  Most of these vehicles will be marked and
       formally registered as taxis; however, vehicles which are
       used as taxis, even though they are not registered (e.g.,
       Gypsy Cabs), are included here.  Taxis and drivers which are
       off-duty at the time of the accident are coded 0.

       Code '2' (Vehicle used as school bus) refers to a motor
       vehicle which satisfies the following criteria:

          o  externally identifiable to other traffic units as a
            school/pupil transport vehicle;

          o  operated or owned by a public or private school-type
            institution;

          o  where the institution's students may range from
            pre-school through high school;

          o  whose occupants, if any, are associated with the
            institution; and,

          o  the vehicle is in operation at the time of the accident
            to and from the school or on a school-sponsored activity
            or trip.

       Code '3' (Vehicle used as other bus) refers to a motor
       vehicle which is designed for transporting more than ten
       persons and does not satisfy the above criteria of a school
       bus.

       For codes '4' (Military), '5' (Police), and '6' (Ambulance)
       special use means in use and not necessarily emergency use.
       External identification to the normal driving public is the
       criterion.

       Code '4' (Military) refers to a vehicle which is owned by any
       of the Armed Forces.  These vehicles are presumed to be in
       special military use at all times.

       Code '5' (Police) refers to a readily identifiable (lights or
       markings) vehicle which is owned by any local, county, state
       or federal police agency.  The vehicles are presumed to be in
       special police use at all times.  Personal vehicles (not
       owned by the agency) which are used by officers or agents
       (e.g., undercover) are excluded.

       Military police vehicles are coded '4' (Military).

       Code '6' (Ambulance) refers to those readily identifiable
       (lights or markings) vehicles:  (1) whose sole purpose is to
       provide ambulance service and which is always presumed to be
       in special ambulance use at all times, or (2) vehicles
       serving dual purposes such as a hearse used for both funeral
       and emergency purposes, which is only coded, when used for
       the latter purpose.

       Military ambulances are coded '4' (Military)

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (V060)  1.  If SPECIAL USE equals 4, then REGISTRATION STATE
           should not equal 00-02, 04-06, 08-13, 15-51, 53-56,
           92-95, 97, 99.

   (4A0P)  2.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then SPECIAL USE must
           not equal 1-3, 6-7.

   (3D0P)  3.  If SPECIAL  USE for any  vehicle equals  2, then
           SCHOOL BUS RELATED must equal 1.

   (1D0P)  4.  If SPECIAL USE equals 1, then BODY TYPE must equal
           02-09, 13, 40, 48-49, 89, 99.

   (2D0P)  5.  If SPECIAL USE equals 2, then BODY TYPE must equal
           31-40, 48-49, 55, 58-69.

   (4D0P)  6.  If SPECIAL USE equals 3, then BODY TYPE must equal
           30-40, 48-49.

   (5D0P)  7.  If SPECIAL USE equals 4, then BODY TYPE must equal
           01-13, 20-30, 38-41, 48-51, 53-72, 74-76, 78-79, 82-99.

   (6D0P)  8.  If SPECIAL USE equals 5, then BODY TYPE must equal
           01-13,  20-31, 38-41, 48-51,  53-72, 74-76,  78-80, 82,
           88-99.

   (7D0P)  9.  If SPECIAL USE equals 6, then BODY TYPE must  equal
           11, 40-41, 48-49, 53-55, 58-70, 78-79, 88-99.

   (3A0P)  10.  If SPECIAL USE equals 7, then BODY TYPE must equal
           70-72, 74-76, 78-79, 89-99.

Emergency Use
                            EMERGENCY USE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No
       1  Yes

  Remarks:

       Emergency use refers to a vehicle that is travelling with
       physical emergency signals in use, such as red light
       blinking, siren sounding, etc.

       Code yes only if the vehicle was being used as an emergency
       vehicle at the time of the accident.

       If it cannot be determined that the vehicle was in use as an
       emergency vehicle at the time of the accident, code 0 - No.

Impact Point-Initial
                         IMPACT POINT-INITIAL

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00 Non-Collision
       01-12 Clock Points
       13 Top
       14 Undercarriage
       15 Underride
       16 Override
       99 Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code the first impact point that produced property damage or
       personal injury ( regardless of FIRST or MOST HARMFUL EVENT ).

       If principal and initial impact points are the same, code
       both elements the same.

       Codes 01-12 refer to the point on a clock.  Refer to the
       diagram on the following page for examples of how to
       superimpose the clock point on several vehicle types.

       It is important to note that impact point refers mainly to
       the area of the vehicle which sustained the impact and does
       not depend upon the attitude of the vehicle (e.g., damage to
       a grille is still damage at 12 o-clock even if it was caused
       by sliding sideways past a utility pole).

       However, code 13 - top may raise questions.  The front and
       rear windows of some vehicles may also be viewed from the
       top.  It may also be difficult to code impacts to the hood
       and rear deck of a vehicle.

       With code '13', the direction of force sometimes has to be
       considered.  The following are guidelines for using code 13 -
       top.

       1.  If the impact was received horizontally to an upright
           vehicle, use one of the codes 01 to 12.
       2.  If the impact was received from a vertical direction
           above the upright vehicle, use code 13.

       3.  If the impact received or direction of force was at an
       angle of less than 15 degrees above the horizontal, it is
       considered horizontal.

       With a vehicle in other than upright attitudes, remember, it
       is the area of the vehicle which was impacted that is
       important.

       Do not use code 13 if code 15 (underride) is more
       appropriate.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 or 16 and no impact to
       the vehicle occurs throughout the accident, then code IMPACT
       POINT-INITIAL as 00, IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL as 00, and
       VEHICLE ROLE as 0.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 or 16 (particularly
       code 01 - overturn) and impacts to the vehicle do occur, then
       code the appropriate IMPACT POINT-INITIAL and PRINCIPAL, and
       code VEHICLE ROLE as appropriate.

       If the only event is an overturn, the accident is considered
       a noncollision; therefore the impact points are coded 00.
       The only time the actual impact points would be coded would
       be if the vehicle incurred damage from impacting against an
       'object' at any time during the accident, whether an overturn
       occurs or not. Hitting the ground is not regarded as an
       'impact'.

       Wheel impacts are coded 14.

       UNDERRIDE refers to a vehicle sliding under another vehicle
       during the course of the accident. The classic example is an
       automobile striking the rear end or side of a tractor-trailer
       and coming to a stop under the trailer.  In this example, the
       automobile is underriding and it is coded as the underride
       vehicle.

       UNDERRIDE is not applicable to motorcycles or snowmobiles.

       OVERRIDE refers to a vehicle riding up over another
       (including a parked vehicle).  The vehicle performing the
       action is coded 16.  A vehicle straddling a guardrail, for
       example, is not coded 16 but may be 14 - Undercarriage.

       This is for a Diagram.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1E0P)  1.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then IMPACT
           POINT-PRINCIPAL must equal 00.

   (2E0P)  2.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 01-16, 99, then
           IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL must not equal 00.

   (3E0P)  3.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then VEHICLE
           ROLE must not equal 1-3, 9.

   (6A1P)  4.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL  equals 15, then
           BODY TYPE must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88
           and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

   (6A2P)  5.  If IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 15, then
           BODY TYPE must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88
           and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

   (5E1P)  6.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55,
           then IMPACT POINT-INITIAL  must equal 15.

   (5E2P)  7.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55,
           then IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL  must equal 15.

   (6E1P)  8.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 16,
           then BODY TYPE must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE
           must equal 1 or 3.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (420P)  1.  If MANNER OF COLLISION equals 5 or 6, then there
           must be at least two vehicles with IMPACT POINT-INITIAL
           equal to 01-05, 07-11, 99.

   (4E1P)  2.  If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and
           IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then
           there must be another vehicle in the accident with
           BODY TYPE equal to 70-72, 74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE
           ROLE equal to 2,3.

Impact Point-Principal

                        IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  Non-Collision
    01-12  Clock Points
       13  Top
       14  Undercarriage
       15  Underride
       16  Override
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code the impact point that produced the most property damage
       or personal injury.

       If principal and initial impact points are the same, code
       both elements the same.

       Codes 01-12 refer to the points on a clock.  See the diagram
       under IMPACT POINT-INITIAL for examples on how to superimpose
       the clock points on several vehicle types.

       Impacts resulting in personal injury take precedence over
       property damage impacts.

       It is important to note that impact point refers mainly to
       the area of the vehicle which sustained the impact and does
       not depend upon the attitude of the vehicle (e.g., damage to
       a grille is still damage at 12 o-clock even if it was caused
       by sliding sideways past a utility pole).

       However, code 13 - top may raise questions.  The front and
       rear windows of some vehicles may also be viewed from the
       top.  It may also be difficult to code impacts to the hood
       and rear deck of a vehicle.

       With code '13', the direction of force sometimes has to be
       considered.  The following are guidelines for using code 13 -
       top.

       1.  If the impact was received horizontally to an upright
           vehicle, use one of the codes 01 to 12.

       2.  If the impact was received from a vertical direction
           above the upright vehicle, use code 13.

       3.  If the impact received or direction of force was at an
           angle of less than 15 degrees above the horizontal, it is
           considered horizontal.

       With a vehicle in other than upright attitudes, remember, it
       is the area of the vehicle which was impacted that is
       important.

       Do not use code 13 if code 15 (underride) is more
       appropriate.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 or 16 and no impact to
       the vehicle occurs throughout the accident, then code IMPACT
       POINT-INITIAL as 00, IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL as 00, and
       VEHICLE ROLE as 0.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 or 16 (particularly
       code 01 - overturn) and impacts to the vehicle do occur, then
       code the appropriate IMPACT POINT-INITIAL and PRINCIPAL, and
       code VEHICLE ROLE as appropriate.

       If the only event is an overturn, the accident is considered
       a non-collision; therefore the impact points are coded 00.
       The only time the actual impact points would be coded would
       be if the vehicle incurred damage from impacting against an
       'object' at any time during the accident, whether an overturn
       occurs or not. Hitting the ground is not regarded as an
       'impact'.

       Wheel impacts are coded 14.

       UNDERRIDE refers to a vehicle sliding under another vehicle
       during the course of the accident.  The classic example is an
       automobile striking the rear end or side of a tractor-trailer
       and coming to a stop under the trailer.

       UNDERRIDE is not applicable to motorcycles or snowmobiles.

       OVERRIDE refers to a vehicle riding up over another
       (including a parked vehicle).  The vehicle performing the
       action is coded 16.  A vehicle straddling a guardrail, for
       example, is not coded 16 but may be 14 - Undercarriage.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1E0P)  1.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then IMPACT
           POINT-PRINCIPAL must equal 00.

   (2E0P)  2.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 01-16, 99, then IMPACT
           POINT-PRINCIPAL must not equal 00.

   (6A2P)  3.  If IMPACT POINV-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then
           BODY TYPE must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE
           ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

   (5E2P)  4.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55, then
           IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL must equal 15.

   (6E2P)  5.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 16, then
           BODY TYPE must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal
           1 or 3.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (4E2P)  1. If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and IMPACT
           POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then there must be
           another vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal to
           70-72, 74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal to 2,3.

Extent of Deformation

                        EXTENT OF DEFORMATION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  None
       2  Other (Minor)
       4  Functional (Moderate)
       6  Disabling (Severe)
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Definition:  D16.1 pages 8, 11-12.

       For those States using the Vehicle Damage Scale for Traffic
       Accident Investigators, use the following coding
       transformations:

                   HS-214A Code           Damage Rating

                        2                    1, 2
                        4                    3, 4, 5
                        6                    6, 7
       If the police report indicates that the vehicle was 'totaled'
       and the vehicle was towed away, code 6 -- Disabling.  If the
       report indicates that the vehicle was 'totaled', but the
       vehicle was driven away, code 4 -- Functional.

  Consistency Checks:

   (3C0P)  1.  If  EXTENT OF DEFORMATION equals  6, then MANNER OF
           LEAVING SCENE must not equal 1.

Vehicle Role
                             VEHICLE ROLE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  Non-Collision
       1  Striking
       2  Struck
       3  Both
       9  Unknown*

  Remarks:

       For a vehicle to be both striking and struck, the event
       cannot be simultaneous at the same point on the vehicle.

       In a head-on collision, both vehicles are striking.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 and no impact to the
       vehicle occurs throughout the accident, then code IMPACT
       POINT-INITIAL as 00, IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL as 00, and
       VEHICLE ROLE as 0.

       If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is coded 01-07 (particularly code 01 -
       overturn) and impacts to the vehicle do occur, then code the
       appropriate IMPACT POINT-INITIAL and PRINCIPAL, and code
       VEHICLE ROLE as appropriate.

       * This value is an unlikely occurance and will raise a "U"
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (3E0P)  1.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then VEHICLE ROLE
           must not equal 1-3, 9.

   (A430)  2.  If  MANNER OF COLLISION equals  2, then VEHICLE ROLE
           should equal 1.

   (6A1P)  3.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then
   (6A2P)  BODY TYPE must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE
           ROLE must equal 1 or 3.

   (V080)  4. If TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE ROLE should not
           equal 1.

   (6E1P)  5.  If IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 16, then
   (6E2P)  BODY TYPE must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal
           1 or 3.

   (V120)  6.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, then VEHICLE ROLE should
           not equal 0 or 9.

   (1S0P) 7.If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08-15,17,18,19-43,
          then VEHICLE ROLE must not equal 0.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (4E1P)  1.  If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and IMPACT
   (4E2P)  POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then there must be
           another vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal to
           70-72, 74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal to 2,3.

Manner of Leaving Scene
                       MANNER OF LEAVING SCENE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Driven
       2  Towed Away
       3  Abandoned / Left at Scene
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refers to the disposition of the vehicle at the accident
       scene.  This element should be coded with the best
      information available.

       Use code 3 when the vehicle is left at the accident scene.

   Use code 9 when you can't determinewhat happened to the vehicle after
   the accident.

  Consistency Checks:

   (3C0P)  1.  If EXTENT OF DEFORMATION equals 6, then MANNER OF
           LEAVING SCENE must not equal 1.

Fire Occurence
                           FIRE OCCURRENCE

  Format:  1 numeric

  If coded 1, code cannot be changed.

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Fire
       1  Fire Occurred in Vehicle During Accident

 Remarks:

 If it cannot be determined that a fire occurred in the vehicle during the
 accident, code 0-No Fire.

  Consistency Checks:

   (4Z0F)  1.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then FIRE OCCURRENCE
           for this vehicle must equal 1 or blank.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (540F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then at least one
           vehicle must have FIRE OCCURRENCE equal to 1 or blank.

Number of Occupants
                         NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS
  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded for an original submission.
  May not be changed.

  Element Values:

         Actual Value* if Total Known except:
         96  96 or more
         97  Unknown-Only Injured Reported
         99  Unknown

  Remarks:

      Must be coded for EACH VEHICLE involved in the accident.
      Should be coded with the total number of occupants in this motor
      vehicle.

      In those states where data are collected ONLY on INJURED
      persons and drivers, BUT the actual number of motor vehicle
      occupants is known, code this element with the number of
      motor vehicle occupants and complete Person Level forms for
      ALL INVOLVED individuals.

      Bus and railroad accidents are an exception. For bus accidents,
      code only the number of occupants and fill out Person Level Form

      Code 97 should be used ONLY when the TOTAL number of occupants is
      unknown and the State ONLY reports information on drivers and
      INJURED passengers.

       * Values greater than 30 are unlikely and will raise a "U"
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (2F0F)  1.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 00, then DRIVER PRESENCE
           must equal 2.

   (3F0F)  2.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 97, then INJURY SEVERITY
           must not equal 0, 9 unless PERSON TYPE equals 1.

   (4F(_)P) 3.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97, BODY TYPE
           equals __, and NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is greater than __, then
           a consistency check (_) will be given.

            BODY TYPE                    (0)       (F or S)
  4F1P       01-05, 07-09, 12, 56, 68, 88  8        15
  4F2P       06, 11, 55                   12        22
  4F3P       13                           15        25
  4F4P       20-29                         2         5
  4F5P       42, 52, 77                   12        30
  4F6P       70-73, 75-76, 78-79          12        55
  4F7P       74                            5        50
  4F8P       80                            2        10
  4F9P       82                            8        20
  4F0P       99                            5        10

  Special Processing Rules:

   (5F0F)  1.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS  equals  00-96, and BODY TYPE
           not equal does not equal 30, 31, 32, 33, 38, 39 then the
           number of Person Level  forms for that  vehicle  must be
           less than or equal to the NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS.

Related Factors-Vehicle Level
                    RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL

  Format:  2 numeric occurring 2 times

  If one factor in error, both are rejected.
  If one is changed, both are changed.

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  None

         Defective:

       01  Tires
       02  Brake System
       03  Steering System - tie rod, kingpin, ball joint, etc.
       04  Suspension - Springs, shock absorbers,
           MacPherson struts, control arms, etc.
       05  Power Train - universal joint, drive shaft,
           transmission, etc.
       06  Exhaust System
       07  Headlights
       08  Signal Lights
       09  Other Lights
       10  Horn
       11  Mirrors
       12  Wipers
       13  Driver Seating and Control
       14  Body, Doors, Other
       15  Trailer Hitch
       16  Wheels
       18  Other Vehicle Defects
       31  Hit-and-Run Vehicle
       32  Vehicle Registration for Handicapped
       33  Vehicle Being Pushed by Non-Motorist
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       These fields refer to vehicle defects which were indicated in
       the police report.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1G0P)  1.  If one RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 99, then
           both factors must equal 99.

   (2G0P)  2.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals blanks,
           then the other factor must also equal blanks.

   (3G0P)  3.  If the first RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 00,
           then the other factor must also equal 00.

   (V030)  4.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 12, 15,
           then BODY TYPE should not equal 20-29.

   (V040)  5.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15, then
           BODY TYPE should not equal 80.

   (V110)  6.  If either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15, then
           VEHICLE TRAILERING should not equal 0.

   (4G0P)  7.  A RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL between 01 and 32 can be
           used only once per vehicle form.

   (6G0P)  8.  If RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 32, then
           REGISTRATION STATE must not equal 00, 92.

   (8G0P)  9.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 90, then one
           RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL must equal 31.

   (5G0P) 10.  If RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 31, then TRAVEL
          SPEED must not equal 00.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (7G0P)  1.  If RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 31, then
           HIT-AND-RUN must not equal 0.

   (630P)  2.  If HIT-AND-RUN equals 1-3, then there must be one vehicle
           with one RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equal to 31.
Vehicle Maneuver
                           VEHICLE MANEUVER

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       01  Going Straight
       02  Slowing or Stopping in Traffic Lane
       03  Starting in Traffic Lane
       04  Stopped in Traffic Lane
       05  Passing or Overtaking Another Vehicle
       06  Leaving a Parked Position
       07  Parked
       08  Entering a Parked Position
       09  Maneuvering to Avoid an Animal, Pedestrian, Object,
           Another Vehicle, etc...
       10  Turning Right:  RTOR* Permitted
       11  Turning Right:  RTOR Not Permitted
       12  Turning Right:  RTOR Not Known if Permitted or RTOR Not
           Applicable
       13  Turning Left
       14  Making a U-turn
       15  Backing Up (other than for parking purposes)
       16  Changing Lanes or Merging
       17  Negotiating a Curve
       98  Other
       99  Unknown

  *RTOR means 'Right Turn on Red'.

  Remarks:

       This element captures the driver's action, or intended
       action, prior to commencement of unstabilized event as
       indicated on the accident report.

       Code 09 (Maneuvering to Avoid..) refers to the action of
       avoiding some animal, pedestrian, object, vehicle, etc. other
       than that which was struck in the first harmful event.

       Codes 10-13 (Turning) refer to the action of turning from one
       trafficway onto another.  Code 17 refers to the action
       necessary to follow the same roadway around a curve.

  Consistency Checks:

   (3130)  1.  If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 33-35, then
           VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 05.

   (V140)  2.  If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 81-86, then
           VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 09.

   (V150)  3.  If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 27, then
           VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 16.

   (8B0P)  4.  If JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then VEHICLE MANEUVER must
           not equal 03-04, 06-08, 15.

   (V160)  5.  If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 54, then VEHICLE
           MANEUVER should equal 04.

   (A530)  6.  If VEHICLE MANEUVER equals 10-11, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should equal 01-03.

   (9G0P)  7.  If TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE MANEUVER must
           equal 04, 98 or 99.
Most Harmful Event
                          MOST HARMFUL EVENT

  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded on an original submission
  Must be blank on a change submission

  Element Values:

  Non-Collision

       01  Overturn
       02  Fire/Explosion
       03  Immersion
       04  Gas Inhalation*
       05  Fell from Vehicle
       06  Injured in Vehicle
       07  Other Non-Collision
       16  Thrown or Falling Object
       44  Pavement Surface Irregularity (Potholes,
           Grooved, Grates)

  Collision with Object not Fixed

       08  Pedestrian
       09  Pedalcycle
       10  Railway Train
       11  Animal
       12  Motor Vehicle in Transport
       13  Motor Vehicle in Transport in Other Roadway
       14  Parked Motor Vehicle
       15  Other Type Non-Motorist
       18  Other Object (not fixed)

  Collision with Fixed Object

       17  Boulder
       19  Building
       20  Impact Attenuator/Crash Cushion*
       21  Bridge Pier or Abutment
       22  Bridge Parapet End
       23  Bridge Rail
       24  Guardrail
       25  Concrete Traffic Barrier
       26  Other Longitudinal Barrier Type
       27  Highway/Traffic Sign Post
       28  Overhead Sign Support
       29  Luminaire/Light Support
       30  Utility Pole
       31  Other Post, Other Pole, or Other Supports
       32  Culvert
       33  Curb
       34  Ditch
       35  Embankment - Earth
       36  Embankment - Rock, Stone, or Concrete
       37  Embankment - Material Type Unknown
       38  Fence
       39  Wall
       40  Fire Hydrant
       41  Shrubbery
       42  Tree
       43  Other Fixed Object
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Must be the major event FOR THIS VEHICLE, even if different
       from the FIRST HARMFUL EVENT.

       This element is used for those instances when the FIRST
       HARMFUL EVENT is minor, for a particular vehicle, compared to
       some subsequent event.  Otherwise, MOST HARMFUL EVENT and
       FIRST HARMFUL EVENT are coded the same for the given vehicle.

       Code for each vehicle.  May be different for each vehicle.

       Code as follows:

            (A) FATALITIES take precedence over INJURIES.
                 1) If this vehicle is involved in more than one
                 event which causes fatality to its own occupants or
                 to non-motorists, choose the event which causes the
                 greatest number of fatalities to occupants of this
                 vehicle or to non-motorists (not occupants of other
                 vehicles).

                 2) If this vehicle is involved in more than one
                 event which causes fatality to its own occupants or
                 to non-motorists; and if there are an equal number
                 of fatalities in each such event, choose the fatal
                 event which is worst with respect to other injuries
                 and property damage.

                 3) At last resort, choose the fatal event which
                 occurred first, time-wise.

            (B) INJURIES take precedence over PROPERTY DAMAGE.
                 1) If the vehicle is not involved in events which
                 cause fatality to its occupants or to
                 non-motorist, choose the event which produces the
                 worst injury.

                 2) If in doubt, choose the event with the greatest
                 number of injuries.

                 3) If in doubt, choose the event which occurred
                 first, time-wise.

            (C) If only PROPERTY DAMAGE results for this vehicle:
                 1) Choose the event causing the most damage.

                 2) If in doubt, choose the event which happened
                 first, time-wise.

 Code 05 (Fell from Vehicle) is used when falling from the vehicle is the
      major event causing damage or injury.

 Code 13 (Motor Vehicle in Transport in Other Roadway) differs from  Code 12
      in that it applies to events in which this vehicle leaves

 Code 13 should not be used in an at intersection accident (where the First
      Harmful Event occurs in the intersection).

 Code 14 (Parked Motor Vehicle) refers to the collision of a motor vehicle in
      transport with a motor vehicle not in transport.

 Code 16 ( Thrown or Falling Object ) is a noncollision event and, unless
      there is another collision during the accident, IMPACT POINTS (V49
      and V51) for the vehicle involved must be coded 00.

 Code 17 ( Boulder ) is a rock of sufficient mass that when
      struck by a motor vehicle moves very little and remains
      basically intact.  It may be considered as a fixed object.

 Code 20 ( Impact Attenuator ) is a device for controlling the
      absorption of energy released during vehicle collision.  Its
      most common application involves the protection of fixed
      roadside objects such as bridge piers, elevated gores at exit
      ramps, etc.  Examples include barrels filled with water or
      sand, and plastic collapsible structures.

 Code 21, ( Bridge Pier or Abutment ) refer to support structures. They are
      most likely to be struck by vehicles passing under  bridges.

       Bridge Pier - a square or round column of stone, concrete,
       brick, steel or wood for supporting a bridge between
       abutments.

       Bridge Abutment - wall supporting the ends of a bridge
       generally retaining or supporting the embankment under bridge
       ends and composed of stone, concrete, brick, or wood.

 Code 22 (Bridge Parapet End) and code 23 (Bride Rail) are components of
       the upper portion of bridges.

 Code 22 (Bridge Parapet End) the end of a low wall which runs along the
       outer most edge of the roadway or sidewalk on the bridge.

 Code 23 (Bridge Rail) a wooden, brick, stone, concrete or metal
       fence-like wall which runs along the outermost edge of the
       roadway or sidewalk on the bridge or a rail constructed along
       the top of a parapet.

       Bridges do not need to support another roadway. It may be an
       overpass for a train or even for a viaduct (water conduit).

       See the figure on bridge components on page 44 for a
       diagram of the three bridge codes 21, 22, and 23.

       Barriers as in codes 24, 25 and 26 refer to a physical
       structure such as a guardrail, a concrete safety barrier or a
       rock wall which has the primary function of preventing
       cross-median travel by deflecting and redirecting vehicles
       along the roadway on which they were traveling.  Therefore,
       trees, curbing, rumble strips and drain depressions are not
       barriers.

       Code 24 ( Guardrail ) is a low barrier
       running along the edge of a road shoulder either on the right
       or the left and which has the primary longitudinal structure
       composed of metal (plates, cable, mesh, box beam, etc.).

       A guardrail is differentiated from  Code 25 ( Concrete Traffic
       Barrier ) by the material making up the greatest part of the
       longitudinal portion of the structure.  In the case of
       guardrails, this is metal whereas in concrete barriers this
       is concrete (including concrete rails).  All other barriers
       such as wood or rock and unknown barrier composition types
       should be coded 26.

 Code 27 ( Highway/Traffic Sign ) is used when the post supporting a
          traffic sign is hit by a motor vehicle in transport.

 Code 28 ( Overhead Sign Support ) is used when the sign supported is
          above the highway.

 Code 30 ( Utility Pole ) - Electrical, Telephone, Cable and other
          utility pole type supports.

 Traffic Signal is coded 31.

 Code 32 ( Culvert ) is any structure entirely under the roadway
     and less than 20 feet in span measured along the centerline of
     the roadway.

       An Embankment, codes 35-37, is a raised structure to hold
       back water, to carry a roadway or the result of excavation or
       washout (including errosion) which may be faced with earth
       (Code 35) or rock, stone or concrete (code 36).  An
       embankment can usually be differentiated from a wall by its
       incline whereas a wall is usually vertical.  However, there
       are exceptions to this such as a retaining wall which may be
       inclined or a vertical embankment which is caused by a
       natural event such as a washout.

       In accidents involving a field approach or crossing, if in
       doubt about when to use codes 32, 34 (Culvert or Ditch) or
       codes 35, 36, 37 (Embankment), use the following criteria:

            Use code 32, 34 if the driver would not have been able
            to recover from the ditch even if there had been no
            field approach (crossing).

            Use code 35, 36, 37 if the driver would have been able
            to recover from the ditch, but struck the field approach
            (crossing) prior to doing so.

            Use code 35, 36, 37 if it is not known whether or not
            the driver could have recovered from the ditch and a field
            approach (crossing) is involved.

 Code 39 ( Wall ) is a primarily vertical (+ 15  from vertical) structure
       composed of concrete, metal, timber, or stone which is not
       part of a building or a fence but typically is used for
       retaining earth, abating noise, and separating areas (but not
       for containment as in the primary function of a fence).  Also
       included as a wall are headwalls (or endwalls) which are
       sometimes provided on culvert ends principally to protect the
       sides of the embankment around the culvert opening against
       erosion.  This does not include wing-walls which are attached
       to ends of bridge abutments and extend back at an angle from
       the roadway.  Wingwalls should be coded as code 21.

 Code 43 ( Other Fixed Object) This is used when the object is fixed
         and is not described by any of the other fixed object codes.

 Code 99 (Unknown) This is used when it is not known what the Most
         Harmful Event is.

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (A520)  1.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
           DEVICE should not equal 01-09, 20-50, 98.

   (A460)  2.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 13, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   (A250)  3.  If FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then MOST HARMFUL EVENT
           should not equal 10.

   (A450)  4.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then RELATION TO
           JUNCTION should equal 7.

   (4Z0F)  5.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then FIRE OCCURRENCE
           for this vehicle must equal 1 or blank.

   (1Z0P)  6.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must not
           equal 0 for this vehicle, unless BODY TYPE equals 20-29 or
           blank for this vehicle.

   (A230)  7.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
           CLASS should not equal 01,11.

   (2Z0F)  8.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER OF
           VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

   (1S0P)  9.If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08-15,17,18,19-43, then
           VEHICLE ROLE must not equal 0.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (5Z0F)  1.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one
           person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 5.

   (6Z0F)  2.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one
           person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 6, 7.

   (7Z0F)  3.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
           occupant of this vehicle (PERSON TYPES 1-2,9), must have
           INJURY SEVERITY equal to 1-5 or blank.

   (8Z0F)  4.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one Person
           Level form must have a PERSON TYPE code of 3-4, 8.
Driver Presence
                           DRIVER PRESENCE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Must be coded on original case submissions
  May not be changed

  Element Values:

       1  Driver Operated Vehicle
       2  Driverless
       3  Driver Left Scene
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code 1 if a person is physically operating the vehicle.  Do
       not code 1 just because a person (child) was sitting in the
       driver's seat.

       If coded 2 or 9, all other elements in this section must be
       left blank except RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL which can be
       coded.  A Person Level form with PERSON TYPE equal 1 must not
       be submitted for that vehicle.

       Code 3 only if the driver fled leaving the vehicle at the
       scene of the accident.

  Consistency Checks:

   (2F0F)  1.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 00, then DRIVER PRESENCE
           must equal 2.

   (5L0F)  2.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 20, then
           DRIVER PRESENCE must not equal 1, 3, 9.

   (1H1F)  3.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then LICENSE STATE,
           must be blank.

   (1H2F)  4.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DRIVER LICENSE
           TYPE COMPLIANCE must be blank.

   (1H3F)  5.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DRIVER LICENSE
           STATUS must be blank.

   (1H4F)  6.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then COMPLIANCE WITH
           LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must be blank.

   (1H6F)  7.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then VIOLATIONS
           CHARGED must be blank.

   (1H7F)  8.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           RECORDED ACCIDENTS must be blank.

   (1H8F)  9.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           RECORDED SUSPENSIONS must be blank.

   (1H9F)  10. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           DWI CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   (1H0F)  11. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           SPEEDING CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   (1HAF)  12. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   (1HBF)  13. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DATE OF
           LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be blank.

   (1HCF)  14. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DATE OF
           FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be blank.

   (2H0F)  15. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then RELATED
           FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 01-12, 19, 49, 52-53,
           59-90.

   (7B0F)  16. If JACKKNIFE equals 2, 3, then DRIVER PRESENCE must
           equal 1.

   (V120)  17. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, then VEHICLE ROLE should
           not equal 0 or 9.

   (6H0P)  18. If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2,9 then DRIVER ZIP CODE
           must be blank.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (3H0F)  1.  If  DRIVER PRESENCE  equals  1, then there  must be one
           and only one Person Level form for that vehicle with PERSON
           TYPE equal to 1, or  there must be no Person Level form for
           that vehicle  with  PERSON TYPE equal to 1 and at least two
           Person  Level forms for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal
           to 9.

   (4H0F)  2.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then there must not be a
           Person Level form for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal to
           1.

   (A080)  3.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2 and FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
           equals 12 and NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals 02,
           then one RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should equal 20.
License State
                            LICENSE STATE

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks

      01  Alabama                       33  New Hampshire
      02  Alaska                        34  New Jersey
      03  American Samoa                35  New Mexico
      04  Arizona                       36  New York
      05  Arkansas                      37  North Carolina
      06  California                    38  North Dakota
      08  Colorado                      39  Ohio
      09  Connecticut                   40  Oklahoma
      10  Delaware                      41  Oregon
      11  District of Columbia          42  Pennsylvania
      12  Florida                       43  Puerto Rico
      13  Georgia                       44  Rhode Island
      14  Guam                          45  South Carolina
      15  Hawaii                        46  South Dakota
      16  Idaho                         47  Tennessee
      17  Illinois                      48  Texas
      18  Indiana                       49  Utah
      19  Iowa                          50  Vermont
      20  Kansas                        51  Virginia
      21  Kentucky                      52  Virgin Islands
      22  Louisiana                     53  Washington
      23  Maine                         54  West Virginia
      24  Maryland                      55  Wisconsin
      25  Massachusetts                 56  Wyoming
      26  Michigan
      27  Minnesota
      28  Mississippi                   94  Military
      29  Missouri                      95  Canada
      30  Montana                       96  Mexico
      31  Nebraska                      97  Other Foreign Country
      32  Nevada                        99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       If no license is required or the driver is not licensed, code
       the residence State of the driver.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1I0P)  1.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
           must not equal 0-8.

   (2I0P)  2.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then COMPLIANCE WITH
           LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   (3I1P-3I5P)  3.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver
           history counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS through
           PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) must equal 99.

   (DO1O-DO5O)  4.  If LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver
           history counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS through
           PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) should equal 99.

   (1H1F)  6.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then LICENSE STATE must
           be blank.

   (1K0P)  7.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then DRIVER LICENSE TYPE
           COMPLIANCE must not equal 0-3.

   (D170)  8.  If LICENSE STATE does not equal 99, then DRIVER ZIP
           CODE should not equal 99999
Driver License Status

                       DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
                (Irrespective of Vehicle Being Driven)

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

            Blank - Driver not present

            No valid license
            0  Not licensed
            1  Suspended
            2  Revoked
            3  Expired
            4  Canceled or denied

            Valid license
            5  Single class license
            6  Multiple class license
            7  Learner's permit
            8  Temporary
            9  Unknown

  Source:  Official driver record and police report.  Official driver
           records take precedence over police reported information.

  Remarks:

       When involved drivers are in the military, the analyst  should
       be cautious because some States automatically (without driver
       application) renew drivers' licenses or extend the license until
       the individual is discharged.  Each state analyst should be
       familiar with their state's policy on military personnel and code
       these license variables accordingly.  In addition, when out-of-state
       driver requests are made the analyst requesting the data should note
       that the driver is in the military.

      Code "0" (Not licensed) should be used only when it has been
     reasonablyestablishedthatthedriverisnotregistered (anywhere).
       Drivers who have a license but fail to have their license with them
       at  the  time of  the  accident  should be coded accordingly to the
      type(class) of license they  possess and the validity of the
       license.  If the police report indicates that the driver has "no
       license", the analyst should first determine whether this means that
      that the person was not in possession of his/her license at the
       time of the accident, or that the driver is not a registered motor
       vehicle operator.  A review of the violations cited section of the
       police report may yield some clues in this matter.  If the  person
     is cited for not possessing his/her license or for not having one,
     then code this information in variables D20 and D44-48, Violations
     Charged and Related Factors - Driver Level.  If the analyst is
     uncertain as to whether or not the person possesses a license, then
     code "9" (Unknown) should be used.

     Code "1" (Suspended), "2" (Revoked), or "3" (Expired) are used if
     the driver's license is suspended, revoked, or expired.

    If the license is revoked or suspended but limited driving is
     permitted (e.g., to and from work), use the following criteria:

     a.  If the accident occurs during permitted times of driving, code
        DRIVER LICENSE STATUS as 'Licensed' (code 5 or 6), code
         COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS as 'Restrictions Complied
         with' (code 1), and code RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL as '19'.

     b. If the accident occurs during invalid times for driving, code
         DRIVER LICENSE STATUS as suspended or revoked (code 1 or 2),
         code COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS as 'Not Applicable'
         (code 0), and do not use RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL code 19.

    Code "4" (Canceled or denied) is used whenever the driver's
    official driver record indicates the driver's license (1) was
     canceled or (2) the driver's request for license, or an extension
     of one, was denied.

    Code"5"(Singleclass license) referstoanyvalidlicense held
     by the driver that is valid for a class of vehicle.  If the driver
     is in violation of some aspect of his/her license (e.g., one of the
    restrictions) donot consider the license asbeingnotvalid.
     Record the restriction on variable D19 (Compliance with License
     Restrictions) if applicable.  If the police cite the driver for
     the violation,then the information would be recorded under variables
    D20 and D44-48 (Violations Charged and/or Related Factors-Driver
     Level).

     Code "6" (Multiple class license) means that the State which issued
     the driver's license ( the one reported on the PAR) indicates that
     the driver is qualified to operate more than one class of vehicle.
     Having licenses from more than one state, territory, etc., does not
     constitute a multiple class license.

    Code "7" (learner's permit) includes anytypeof preliminary
     license the driver obtained.  It is defined as the state-sanctioned
    authority to operate a motor vehicle for a specified period with
     the requirement that the operator be accompanied by a person who
     holds a valid driver's license for the vehicle type being operated.
     There may be additional requirements (e.g., driving limited to
    certain time periods) which arealso consideredwithinthe
     definition of a learner's permit.

     Code "8" (Temporary) includes any type of nonpermanent license
     issued for a period of time less than that for a permanent license
     (e.g., temporary license to drive within a resort area; temporary
    license issued to foreign nationals).  Short term permanent
     licenses are not temporary (e.g., license issued to elderly drivers
    requiring frequent retesting).  Interim licenses held by new
     drivers awaiting a permanent driver license identification from the
     state are not temporary.

     Code "9" (Unknown) should be used when it is unknown whether the
     driver had a license or not (e.g., hit-and-run). Code"9" is also
     used when the status of the license is unknown.

     See reference table for coding variables D17 and D18, following the
     remarks section of variable D18 (Driver License Type Compliance).

  IMPORTANT NOTE:

     In distinguishing license requirements from restrictions focus upon
    whetherornot all drivers possessing the typeof license are
    mandated to obeythe requirement.  If they are, then the
     requirement is not a restriction, but rather part of the definition
     of the license.
     Restrictions, on the other hand, are requirements specific to
     individual drivers.

  Consistency Checks:

   (D100-D140)  1.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
               history counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS through
               PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) should equal 99.

   (5I0P)      2.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, then
               COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 1-3,
               9.

   (6I0P)      3.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then COMPLIANCE
               WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   (D060)      4.   If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
               equals 1-8, then AGE should not be less than 15.

   (1I0P)      5.   If LICENSE STATUS equals 99, then DRIVER LICENSE
               STATUS must not equal 0-8.

   (1H3F)      6.   If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DRIVER LICENSE
               STATUS must be blank.

   (7I0P)      7.   If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1 and
               and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER
               LICENSE STATUS must equal 2, 5 or 6.

   (8I0P)      8.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, 7-9 then RELATED
               FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   (9I0P)      9.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then DRIVER LICENSE
               TYPE COMPLIANCE  must equal 1 or 9.

   (6J0P)     10.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 2, 3, 9.

  (7J0P)    11.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, then DRIVER
              LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 3,9.

   (8J0P)     12. If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals  1-9, then DRIVER LICENSE
               TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 0.

   (7K0P)     13. If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 5, then DRIVER LICENSE
               STATUS must equal 1 or 2.

   (V090)     14. If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
               should not equal 0-4,7,8.

   (V100)     15.   If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS -
                DRIVER LEVEL does not equal 19, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
                STATUS should not equal 1,2.

   (D160)     16.   If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS does not equal 9, then DRIVER
               ZIP CODE should not equal 9.
Driver License Type Compliance

                   DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE
                      (for this class vehicle)

 Format:  1 numeric

 Element Values:

      Blank - Driver not present
      0   Not  licensed
      1   No license required for this class vehicle
      2   No valid license for this class vehicle
      3   Valid license for this class vehicle
      9   Unknown

 Source:  Official driver record and police report.  Official driver
          records take precedence over police reported information.

 Remarks


 Code "1" (No license required for this class vehicle) means that, a
         license was not required for the vehicle being driven.

 Code "2" (No valid license for this class vehicle) may be used for
         suspended, revoked, cancelled or expired driving priviledges.

      A license (or a portion of the license applicable to the class
      vehicle driven) that is not in effect because of some action taken
      the State, such as suspended, revoked, etc., is not to be coded as
      valid.  Similarly, learner's permits that are not used under the
      class of vehicle driven is not present to accompany the driver
      involved) are not to be coded as valid either.

      Code "3" (Valid license for this class vehicle) refers to the class
      of vehicle being driven.  As an example, the driver has a
      a driver might possess a multiple class license allowing him or her
      to drive a passenger car as well as a motorcycle.

      Code "9" (Unknown) should be used when the driver has a license but
      the type or validity are uncertain or if it is unknown whether the
      driver had a license or not (e.g., hit-and-run).

  A cross reference table for coding variables D17 and D18 follows:

                Cross Reference Table for D17 and D18

                   D17  D18   0   1   2   3   9
                    0         Y   Y   N   N   N
                    1         N   Y   Y   N   N
                    2         N   Y   Y   N   N
                    3         N   Y   Y   N   N
                    4         N   Y   Y   N   N
                    5         N   Y   Y   Y   Y
                    6         N   Y   Y   Y   Y
                    7         N   Y   Y   Y   Y
                    8         N   Y   Y   Y   Y
                    9         N   Y   N   N   Y

                       Y = Valid Combination
                       N = Invalid Combination

  REMINDER:  D17 = Applies to any license entry in the driver's record
             D18 = Applies to this vehicle only

 Consistency Checks:

    (9I0P)    1.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 1,9.

    (6J0P)    2.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 2,3,9.

    (7J0P)    3.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 3,9.

    (8J0P)    4.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 1-9, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 0.

    (9J0P)    5.  If DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE equals 0-1, then
              COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 1-3, 9.

    (1K0P)    6.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then DRIVER LICENSE TYPE
              COMPLIANCE must not equal 0-3.

    (6L0P)    7.  If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1 and
              RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 3.

    (8L0P)    8.  If DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE equals 0-2,9, then
              RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

    (1H2F)    9.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2,9, then DRIVER LICENSE
              TYPE COMPLIANCE must be blank.
Compliance with License Restrictions

                   COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS

       Format:  1 numeric

       Element Values:

            Blank
            0  No Restrictions or Not Applicable
            1  Restrictions Complied With
            2  Restrictions Not Complied With
            3  Restrictions, Compliance Unknown
            9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Refers to both physical restrictions (corrective lenses,
       automatic transmission, etc.) and imposed restrictions
       (limited driving) but does not include any limitations
       imposed on learner's permits (e.g., driving without a
       licensed driver is not a restriction).

       Code 0 if license is suspended, revoked, expired or not for
       this type of vehicle.

       If the license is revoked or suspended but limited driving is
       permitted (e.g., to and from work), use the following
       criteria:

        a.  If the accident occurs during permitted times of
       driving, code LICENSE STATUS as 'Licensed' (codes 5-8), code
       COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS as 'Restrictions
       Complied With' (code 1), and code RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
       LEVEL as '19'.

        b.  If the accident occurs during invalid times for driving,
       code LICENSE STATUS as suspended or revoked (code 1 or 2),
       code COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS as 'Not Applicable'
       (code 0), and do not use RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL code
       19.

  Consistency Checks:

   (5I0P)  1.  If LICENSE STATUS equals 0-1, 3-6, then COMPLIANCE WITH
           LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 1-3, 9.

   (6I0P)  2.  If LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then COMPLIANCE WITH
           LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   (2I0P)  3.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then COMPLIANCE WITH
           LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   (4L0P)  4.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 49, then
           COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-1,
           3, 9.

   (1H4F)  5.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then LICENSE
           RESTRICTIONS must be blank.

   (7I0P)  6.  If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1 and
           RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER LICENSE
           STATUS must equal 5 or 6.

   (9J0P)  7.  If DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE equals 0-1, then
           COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 1-3,
           9.

   (6L0P)  8.  If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1,
           and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then
           DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 3.
Violations Charged

                          VIOLATIONS CHARGED

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  None
       1  Alcohol or Drugs
       2  Speeding
       3  Alcohol or Drugs and Speeding
       4  Reckless Driving
       5  Driving with a Suspended or Revoked
          License
       6  Other Moving Violation
       7  Non-Moving Violation
       8  Violation, Type Unknown or Other Violation
       9  Unknown

  Remarks

       This refers to those violations to the Vehicle Code charged
       as noted on the police accident report.

       If there are combination charges not indicated in this
       list, choose the charge with the lowest listed number.

       If driver is charged with manslaughter or other homicide
       offense committed without malice, then use the following
       criteria:

            a) if the charge is part of the vehicle code, then use
               code 8 - Other Violation, and also code Related
               Factors - Driver Level as 91.
            b) if the charge is not part of the motor vehicle code
               (criminal code), then use code 0 - None, and also
               code Related Factors - Driver Level as 91.

  Consistency Checks:

   (D080)  1.  If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 1-8, then all
           RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should not equal 00,
           99.

   (1H6F)  2.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then VIOLATIONS
           CHARGED must be blank.

   (6K0P)  3.  If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 5, then RELATED
           FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   (7K0P)  4.  If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 5, then DRIVER LICENSE
           STATUS must equal 1 or 2.

   (D090)  5.  If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 1, 3 and PERSON
           TYPE equals 1, then POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL
           INVOLVEMENT should equal 1.
Driver Level Counters

                             DRIVER LEVEL COUNTERS

               PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS*
               PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS*
               PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS*
               PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS*
               PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MOVING VIOLATION CONVICTIONS*

            Format:  2 numeric each

            Element Values:

                 Blanks
                 00  None
              01-97  Actual Value, but any value greater than 5
                     will be questioned.
                 99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Count only events occurring within three years from the
       accident date.

       Do not include the current accident in any of the counters.

       Previous Speeding Convictions should include going too slowly
       as well as speeding.

  Remember there is a difference between a violation and a conviction.
  A violation is not counted in any of these elements.

      PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MOVING VIOLATIONS CONVICTIONS includes
      all other motor vehicle convictions.  Some examples of convictions
      include:  running a red light, reckless driving, improper lane
      changing, failure to yield, etc.

      Make sure you know what constitutes a MOVING VIOLATION in your state.
      The DMV should be able to help you determine these.

       * For Element _____, Values greater than _______ are unlikely
       and will raise an error flag:

       Element                                               Value

       PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS                             5
       PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS                           7
       PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS                                4
       PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS                          10
       PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MOVING VIOLATION CONVICTIONS    10

  Consistency Checks:

        1.  If any counter equals 99, all counters and DATE OF LAST
        ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
        SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 99.

   (3I1P-3I5P)  2.  If LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver
        history counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS through
        PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) must equal 99.

   (D010-D050)  3.  If LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver
        history counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS through
        PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) should equal 99.

   (D100-D140)  4.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all
        driver history  counters (PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS
        through PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS) should
        equal 99.

   (2J0P-2J1P)  5.  If all counters are not blanks and any counter
        not equal to 00, 99, then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
        CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
        CONVICTION must not equal 0000, 9999.

   (3J00-3J10)  6.  If all counters equal 00, then both DATE OF LAST
        ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST
        ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 0000.

   (4J0P)  7.  If all counters are not blanks and the sum of all
           counters less than 99 is equal to 1, then DATE OF LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal DATE OF
           FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (D150)  8.  If the sum of all counters less than 99 is greater
           than five but less  than fifteen,  then DATE OF  LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION should not equal DATE
           OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (5J0P)  9.  If the sum of all counters less than 99 is
           greater than fifteen, DATE  OF  LAST ACCIDENT,
           SUSPENSION,  CONVICTION must not equal DATE OF
           FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (1H7F-1HAF) 10.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
           RECORDED ACCIDENTS, PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS,
           PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS, PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS,
           PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   (D160-D200) 11. One of the counters has a value greater than 5.
Date of Accident, Suspension, Conviction

               DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION
               DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION

       Format:  2 sets of 2 numeric each

       Element Values:

            Month:   Blanks
                     00  No Record
                  01-12
                     99  Unknown
             Year:   Blanks
                     00  No Record
                  01-97
                     99  Unknown

       Remarks:

       Code only dates of events occurring within three years from
       thg accident date.

       Code the month and year in that order.

       This element although it contains two pieces of information
       should be treated as one element. That is never leave month
       blank without leaving the year blank, and vice versa.

  Consistency Checks:

   (2K0P)  1.  DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be
           less than or equal to DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
           CONVICTION.

   (3K0P)  2.  DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be
           less than or equal to ACCIDENT DATE.

   (XX5P)  3.  If any counter equals 99, all counters and DATE OF LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
           SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 99.

   (2J0P-2J1P)  4.  If all counters are not blanks and any counter not
           equal to 00, 99, then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
           CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION
           must not equal 0000, 9999.

   (3J0P-3J1P)  5.  If all counters equal 00, then both DATE OF LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
           SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 0000.

   (4J0P)  6.  If all counters are not blanks and the sum of all
           counters less than 99 is equal to 1, then DATE OF LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal DATE OF FIRST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (D150)  7.  If the sum of all counters less than 99 is not greater
           than five, but less than fifteen then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT,
           SUSPENSION,  CONVICTION,  should  not  equal  DATE OF FIRST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (5J0P)  8.  If the sum of all counters less than 99 is greater than
           fifteen, DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must
           not equal DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   (4K0P)  9.  If Month of DATE OF LAST/FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
           CONVICTION equals 00, then Year (of same) must equal 00.
           If Year  of DATE  OF  LAST/FIRST  ACCIDENT,  SUSPENSION,
           CONVICTION equals 00, then Month (of same) must equal 00.

   (1HBF-1HCF) 10.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DATE OF LAST
           ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION and DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
           SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be blank.

   (5K0P) 11.  The Year of DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
          CONVICTION must be within three years of the Year of ACCIDENT
          DATE.
Driver Zip Code

                           DRIVER ZIP CODE
 Format:  5 numeric

 Element Values:

           Blanks
           00000 - Not resident of U.S. or Territories
           nnnnn - Five Numerics
                   Actual Values
           99999 - Unknown

 Remarks:

      Code only the first five digits of nine-digit zip codes.

      Use the following guidelines to resolve discrepancies between the
      PAR and Driver License File:

              If the street address is the same on both sources but the
              zip codes differ, use the zip code from the license file.
              If you have access to a zip code directory, confirm the
              address with that.

              If the street addresses on the two sources differ, then use
              the zip code for the address reported on the PAR.

 Consistency Checks:

    1.  If DRIVER PRESENCE, equals 2,9 then DRIVER ZIP CODE must be blank.

    2.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS does not equal 9, then DRIVER ZIP CODE
    should not equal 9.

    3.  If LICENSE STATE does not equal 99, then DRIVER ZIP CODE should
    not equal 9.
Related Factors-Driver Level

                     RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL

  Format:  2 numeric occurring 3 times.

  If one factor in error, all three are rejected.
  If one is changed, all three are changed.

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  None

           Physical/Mental Condition

       01  Drowsy, Sleepy, Asleep, Fatigued
       02  Ill, Blackout
       03  Emotional (e.g., Depression, Angry, Disturbed)
       04  Drugs-Medication
       05  Other Drugs  (marijuana, cocaine, etc.)
       06  Inattentive (Talking, Eating, etc.)
       07  Restricted to Wheelchair
       08  Paraplegic
       09  Impaired Due to Previous Injury
       10  Deaf
       11  Other Physical Impairment
       12  Mother of Dead Fetus

           Miscellaneous Factors

       19  Legally Driving on Suspended or Revoked License
       20  Leaving Vehicle Unattended with Engine Running
           Leaving Vehicle Unattended in Roadway
       21  Overloading or Improper Loading of Vehicle with
           Passengers or Cargo
       22  Towing or Pushing Vehicle Improperly
       23  Failing to Dim Lights or to Have Lights on when Required
       24  Operating without Required Equipment
       25  Creating Unlawful Noise or Using Equipment
           Prohibited by Law
       26  Following Improperly
       27  Improper or Erratic Lane Changing
       28  Failure to keep in Proper Lane or Running off Road
       29  Illegal Driving on Road Shoulder, in Ditch, on Sidewalk
           or on Median
       30  Making Improper Entry to or Exit from Trafficway
       31  Starting or Backing Improperly
       32  Opening Vehicle Closure into Moving Traffic or
           while Vehicle is in Motion
       33  Passing where Prohibited by Posted Signs, Pavement
           Markings, Hill or Curve, or School Bus Displaying
           Warning not to Pass
       34  Passing on Wrong Side
       35  Passing with Insufficient Distance or Inadequate
           Visibility or Failing to Yield to Overtaking Vehicle
       36  Operating the Vehicle in an Erratic, Reckless,
           Careless or Negligent Manner
       37  High Speed Chase with Police in Pursuit
       38  Failure to Yield Right of Way
       39  Failure to Obey Traffic Signs, Traffic Control
           Devices or Traffic Officers, Failure to Observe
           Safety Zone
       40  Passing Through or Around Barrier
       41  Failure to Observe Warnings or Instructions on
           Vehicles Displaying Them
       42  Failure to Signal Intentions
       43  Giving Wrong Signal
       44  Driving too Fast for Conditions or in Excess of
           Posted Maximum
       45  Driving Less than Posted Minimum
       46  Operating at Erratic or Suddenly Changing Speeds
       47  Making Right Turn From Left Turn Lane
           Making Left Turn From Right Turn Lane
       48  Making Other Improper Turn
       49  Failure to Comply with Physical Restrictions of License
       50  Driving Wrong Way on One-Way Trafficway
       51  Driving on Wrong Side of Road
       52  Operator Inexperience
       53  Unfamiliar with Roadway
       54  Stopping in Roadway (Vehicle not Abandoned)
       55  Underriding a Parked Truck
       56  Low Tire Pressure
       57  Locked Wheel
       58  Over Correcting
       59  Getting Off/Out of or On/In to Moving Vehicle
       60  Getting Off/Out of or On/In to Non-Moving Vehicle

           Vision Obscured By:

       61  Rain, Snow, Fog, Smoke, Sand, Dust
       62  Reflected Glare, Bright Sunlight, Headlights
       63  Curve, Hill, Or Other Design Features (including Traffic
           signs, Embankment)
       64  Building, Billboard, etc.
       65  Trees, Crops, Vegetation
       66  Moving Vehicle (including load)
       67  Parked Vehicle
       68  Splash or Spray of Passing Vehicle
       69  Inadequate Defrost or Defog system
       70  Inadequate Lighting System
       71  Obstructing Angles on Vehicle
       72  Mirrors - Rear View
       73  Mirrors - Other
       74  Head Restraints
       75  Broken or Improperly Cleaned Windshield
       76  Other Obstruction

           Avoiding, Swerving, or Sliding Due To:

       77  Severe Crosswind
       78  Wind from Passing Truck
       79  Slippery or Loose Surface
       80  Tire Blow-Out or Flat
       81  Debris or Objects in Road
       82  Ruts, Holes, Bumps in Road
       83  Animals in Road
       84  Vehicle in Road
       85  Phantom Vehicle
       86  Pedestrian, Pedalcyclist, or Other Non-Motorist
           in Road
       87  Water, Snow, Oilslick on Road

           Other Miscellaneous Factors
       90  Hit-and-Run Vehicle Driver
       91  Non-Traffic Violation Charged -
           manslaughter or other homicide
           offense committed without malice.
       92  Other Non-Moving Traffic Violations
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       This is a nominal list only, and does NOT imply a hierarchy.

       See remarks for RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL (A88).

       Code information provided in the narrative by the
       investigating officer.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1L0P)  1.   If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals blanks, all
           RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal blanks.

   (2L0P)  2.  If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 99, then
           all RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal 99.

   (3L0P)  3.   If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 00, then
           all remaining RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal 00.

   (4L0P)  4.   If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER  LEVEL equals 49, then
           COMPLIANCE  WITH  LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-1,
           3, 9.

   (5L0P)  5.   If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals  20,  then
           DRIVER PRESENCE must not equal 1, 3, 9.

   (8G0P)  6.   If any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 90, then one
           RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL must equal 31.

   (B080)  7.   If VIOLATIONS CHARGED  equals  1-8,  then all RELATED
           FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should not equal 00, 99.

   (2H0F)  8.   If   DRIVER  PRESENCE  equals  2,  9,  then  RELATED
           FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 01-12, 19, 49,  52-53,
           59-90.

   (7L0P)  9.   A RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL between 01 and 91 can
           be used only once per driver form.

   (5E1P-5E2P) 10.   If any RELATED  FACTORS-DRIVER  LEVEL equals 55,
           then IMPACT POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL must equal 15.

   (V13P) 11.   If  RELATED  FACTORS-DRIVER  LEVEL equals 33-35, then
          VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 05.

   (V140) 12.   If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL  equals  81-86,  then
          VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 09.

   (V150) 13.   If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 27, then VEHICLE
          MANEUVER should equal 16.

   (6L0P) 14.   If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1,  and
          RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER LICENSE
          TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 3.

   (8L0P) 15.   If DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE equals 0-2, 9,
          then RELATED FACTORS-DROVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   (6K0P) 16.   If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equal 5, then RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
          LEVEL must not equal 19.

   (V160) 17.   If RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 54, then VEHICLE
          MANEUVER should equal 04.

   (9L0F) 18.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
          LEVEL equals 12, then SEX must equal 2 and AGE must  be
          greater than 12.

   (V100) 19.  If HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
          LEVEL does not equal 19, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS should
          not equal 1,2.

   (7I0P) 20.  If COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1 and
          RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER LICENSE
          STATUS  must equal 5 or 6.

   (8I0P) 21.  If DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, 7-9, then RELATED
          FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (A080) 1.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2 and FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals
          12 and NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals  02,
          then one RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should equal 20.

   (4E1P-4E2P) 2.  If no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and IMPACT
          POINT-INITIAL or PRINCIPAL equals 15, then there must be another
          vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal to 70-72, 74-76,
          78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal to 2,3.
Vehicle Number

                            VEHICLE NUMBER

                             PERSON LEVEL
                               HS-214B

  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded on all submissions
  May not be changed

  Element Values:

       00-99

  Remarks:

       Code 00 for nonmotorists.

       See VEHICLE NUMBER - VEHICLE LEVEL for assignment of numbers.

  Consistency Checks:

   (2X0F)  1.  If VEHICLE NUMBER equals 00, then PERSON TYPE must not
           equal 1-2, 9.

   (3X0F)  2.  If VEHICLE NUMBER is greater than 00, then PERSON TYPE
           must not equal 3-8.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (080F)  1.  If VEHICLE NUMBER at the Person Level is greater than 00,
           then VEHICLE NUMBER at the Person Level must equal a VEHICLE
           NUMBER at the Vehicle-Driver Level.
Person Number
                            PERSON NUMBER

  Format:  2 numeric

  Must be coded on all submissions
  May not be changed

  Element Values:

       01-99

  Remarks:

       For each motor vehicle, occupants must be numbered
       consecutively beginning with 01.  Drivers do not have to be
       coded 01.  Numbers must not be skipped.

       Nonmotorists must be numbered consecutively beginning with
       01.  Numbers must not be skipped.

  Special Processing Rules:

       1.  For each VEHICLE NUMBER, PERSON NUMBERS must be
       consecutive beginning with 01 and with no gaps.
Non-Motorist Striking Vehicle Number

                 NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

          Blanks
          00     Not Applicable - Vehicle Occupant
          01-98  Assigned Vehicle Number
          99     Unknown

  Remarks:

       This element only applies to nonmotorists and reflects the
       vehicle who made contact with the nonmotorist being coded.

       The number must match the vehicle number of the striking
       vehicle.

       In cases where the nonmotorist made contact with more than
       one vehicle, code the number of the vehicle that caused the
       most significant injury.  If uncertain, code the number of
       the vehicle which made contact first.

       Code 99 is used when the Analyst cannot determine which
       vehicle made contact.  For example, the police officer
       arrives at the scene and observes a pedestrian and two
       vehicles all at rest.  There are no survivors, therefore,
       there is no way of knowing which vehicle ran over the
       pedestrian.

  Consistency Checks:

   (4X0F)  1.  If NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to
           00, then PERSON TYPE must not equal 3-8.

   (5X0F)  2.  If NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to
           01-99, then PERSON TYPE must not equal 1-2, 9.

   (050P)  3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8 and VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals
           01, then NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER must equal 01.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (060P)  1.  NON-MOTORIST STRIKING  VEHICLE  NUMBER  must  equal one
           of the VEHICLE NUMBERS in the case unless it is equal to 99.
Age
                                 AGE

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  Up To One Year
    01-96  Actual Age*
       97  97 Years or Older
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Infants less than one year old should be coded 00.

       For drivers, verify age with data on Licensing File.
       Licensing data takes precedence over accident report data.

       * Values greater than 92 are unlikely occurances and they
       will raise an error flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (P010)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then AGE should not be less
           than 12.

   (D060)  2.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and LICENSE STATUS equals 2-8,
           then AGE should not be less than 15.

   (P020)  3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           equals 4, then AGE should not be greater than 04.

   (D070)  4.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and DRIVER TRAINING equals 1-6,
           then AGE should not be less than 14.

   (7P0F)  5.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then AGE must not be less than
           04.

   (8P0P)  6.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and AGE is less than 09, then
           BODY TYPE must not equal 01-07, 09-13, 30-59, 67-79, 83.

   (9L0F)  7.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL
           equals  12, then  SEX must  equal  2 and AGE must be greater
           than 12.

   (5W0P)  8.  If RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 18, then SEX must
           equal 2 and AGE must be greater than 12.
Sex

                                 SEX

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       1  Male
       2  Female
       9  Unknown

  Consistency Checks:

   (9L0F)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
           LEVEL equals 12, then SEX must equal 2 and AGE must be
           greater than 12.

   (5W0P)  2.  If RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 18, then SEX
           must equal 2 and AGE must be greater than 12.
Person Type
                             PERSON TYPE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Must be coded on original submissions
  Must be blank on change submissions
  May not be changed

  Element Values:

  MOTORISTS

       1  Driver of a Motor Vehicle in Transport
       2  Passenger of a Motor Vehicle in Transport

  NON-MOTORISTS

          OCCUPANT
       3  Occupant of a Motor Vehicle Not in Transport
       4  Occupant of a Non-Motor Vehicle Transport Device

          NON-OCCUPANT
       5  Pedestrian
       6  Bicyclist
       7  Other Cyclist
       8  Other or Unknown

       9  Unknown Occupant Type in a Motor Vehicle in
          Transport

  Remarks:

       Codes 1, 2, and 9 are used for occupants of a vehicle for
       which a VEHICLE - DRIVER LEVEL form is submitted.

       Occupants of parked vehicles are to be coded 3.

       Code 4 refers to persons riding in an animal-drawn
       conveyance, on an animal, or injured occupants of railway
       trains, etc.

       Use code 7 for unicycles and tricycles
       Use code 8 for skateboard riders, etc.
       Use code 9 for situations when you can't determine
         who was driving and who was a passenger, all you know is
         the person is an occupant of a motorvehicle in transport.

  Consistency Checks:

   (P010)  1.  If PERSON TYPE = 1, then AGE should not be less
           than 12.

   (D060)  2.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals
           1-8, then AGE should not be less than 15.

   (1Q0F)  3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and BODY TYPE equals 20-29,
           then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-55, 99.

   (P030)  4.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION should
           not equal 12-19.

   (2M0F)  5.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION must not
           equal 00, 21-55.

   (V050)  6.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1-2, 9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           equals 5, then BODY TYPE should equal 20-29.

   (3M0F)  7.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           must not equal 4.

   (4M0F)  8.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, 2, 9, then NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           must not equal 01-19, 99.

   (5M0F)  9.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then all RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must equal 00.

   (6M0F) 10.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION must
          not equal 00.

   (P040) 11.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION should
          not equal 11.

   (P020) 12.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
          equals 4, then AGE should not be greater than 04.

   (2Q0F) 13.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and BODY TYPE equals 01-02,
           04, 10, 50-54, 58-59, 69, 80, 82, then SEATING POSITION must
           not equal 00, 31-50.

   (3Q0F) 14.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and BODY TYPE equals 01-52,
          54-58, 67-68, 73, 77, 80-82, 88, then SEATING POSITION must
          not equal 00, 50.

   (4Q0F) 15.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and BODY TYPE equals 20-29,
          then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 13-19, 22-50.

   (5Q0F) 16.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
          then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00-50, 52-54, 99.

   (6Q0F) 17.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 70-79,
          then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 31-49.

   (5N0F) 18.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 01-04, 11-12, 20-24, 26-54, 56, 60-85.

   (7Q0F) 19.  If PERSON TYPE equals 9 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39, then
          SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-50, 52-54.

   (7N0F) 20.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then SEATING POSITION must not
          equal 11-55, 99.

   (8N0F) 21.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
          must equal 0.

   (9N0F) 22.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT
          SYSTEM must not equal 1-4, 9.

   (1P0F) 23.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
          must not equal 00.

   (2P0F) 24.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   (9P0F) 25.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EXTRICATION must not
          equal 1, 9.

   (3P0F) 26.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then INJURY SEVERITY must
          not equal 6.

   (2X0F) 27.  If VEHICLE NUMBER equals 00, then PERSON TYPE must not
          equal 1-2, 9.

   (3X0F) 28.  If VEHICLE NUMBER is greater than 00, then PERSON TYPE
          must not equal 3-8.

   (7P0F) 29.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then AGE must not be less than
          04.

   (8P0P) 30.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and AGE is less than 09, then
          BODY TYPE must not equal 01-07, 09-13, 30-59, 67-79, 83.

   (3F0F) 31.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 97, then INJURY SEVERITY
          must not equal 0,9 unless PERSON TYPE equals 1.

   (7M0F) 32.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 02-04, 11-12, 20-22, 24, 26-55, 60-85.

   (8M0F) 33.  If PERSON TYPE equals 4, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 02-05.

   (9M0F) 34.  If PERSON TYPE equals 5, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 12, 20-54, 60-85.

   (1N0F) 35.  If PERSON TYPE equals 6 or 7, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 04, 11-13, 16, 55-56.

   (9L0F) 36.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL
          equals 12, then SEX must equal 2 and AGE must be greater than
          12.

   (4X0F) 37.  If NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to 00,
          then PERSON TYPE must not equal 3-8.

   (5X0F) 38.  If NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to
          01-99, then PERSON TYPE must not equal 1-2, 9.

   (D090) 39.  If VIOLATIONS charged equals 1, 3 and PERSON TYPE equals
          1, then POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT should equal 1.

   (6W0F) 40.  If RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 19, then PERSON
          TYPE must equal 5.

  (050P) 41.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8 and VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED
          equals 01, then NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER must equal 01.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (5Z0F)  1.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one person
           must have PERSON TYPE equal to 5.

   (6Z0F)  2.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one person
           must have PERSON TYPE equal to 6-7.

   (8Z0F)  3.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one Person
           Level form must have a PERSON TYPE of 3-4, 8.

   (3H0F)  4.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 1, then there must be one and
           only one Person Level form for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE
           equal to 1, or there must be no Person Level form for that
           vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal to 1 and at least two Person
           Level forms for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal to 9.

   (4H0F)  5.  If DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2,9, then there must not be a
           Person Level form for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal to
           1.

   (570F)  6.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
           PERSON TYPE equal to 1-2, 9 must have INJURY SEVERITY equal
           to 1-5 or blank.

   (590F)  7.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one
           Person Level form must have a PERSON TYPE of 3-4, 8.

   (640F)  8.  If HIT-AND-RUN equals 2, then there must be at least one
           PERSON TYPE equal to 3-8.

   (550F)  9.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one
           person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 5.

   (560F) 10.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one
          person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 6-7.

   (7Z0F) 11.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
          occupant of this vehicle (PERSON TYPES 1-2, 9) must have
          INJURY SEVERITY equal to 1-5 or blank.
Seating Position

                           SEATING POSITION

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  Non-Motorist
       11  Front Seat - Left Side (Driver's Side)
       12  Front Seat - Middle
       13  Front Seat - Right Side
       18  Front Seat - Other
       19  Front Seat - Unknown
       21  Second Seat - Left Side
       22  Second Seat - Middle
       23  Second Seat - Right Side
       28  Second Seat - Other
       29  Second Seat - Unknown
       31  Third Seat - Left Side*
       32  Third Seat  - Middle*
       33  Third Seat - Right Side*
       38  Third Seat - Other*
       39  Third Seat - Unknown
       41  Fourth Seat - Left Side
       42  Fourth Seat - Middle
       43  Fourth Seat - Right Side
       48  Fourth Seat - Other
       49  Fourth Seat - Unknown
       50  Sleeper Section of Cab (Truck)
       51  Other Passenger in enclosed passenger or cargo area
       52  Other Passenger in unenclosed passenger or cargo area
       53  Other Passenger in passenger or cargo area, unknown
           whether or not enclosed
       54  Trailing Unit
       55  Riding on Vehicle Exterior
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Seating position is not applicable to nonmotorists; code
       these 00.

       DO submit person forms for uninjured persons with SEATING
       POSITION codes of 51-53, 55, 99 unless they are uninjured bus
       passengers.

       Use Code 51 for bus passengers.

       Use Codes 51-53 for occupants in the back of trucks including
       the cargo area.

       More than one person may have the same seating position,
       e.g., child on mother's lap.

       For motorcycles, code the driver 11, sidecar passenger 12,
       passenger behind driver 21 and passenger on lap of driver (in
       front of) 11.

       In coupes and other cars designed for only two passengers in
       front or in back, use codes 11, 13, 21, 23 when coding
       occupants.

       The codes for 'other' seats (i.e., 18, 28, 38, and 48) are
       used for persons lying across the seat, for those occasions
       where there are two or more people sitting in the middle,
       etc.

       Use code 55 for persons on the exterior who are set in motion
       by the vehicle; e.g., skateboard riders who are in motion by
       holding on to the vehicle, etc.

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error
       flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1Q0F)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1 and BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then
           SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-55, 99.

   (2Q0F)  2.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 01-02,
           04, 10, 50-54, 58-59, 69, 80, 82, then SEATING POSITION must
           not equal 00, 31-50.

   (3Q0F)  3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 01-52,
           54-58, 67-68, 73, 77, 80-82, 88, then SEATING POSITION must
           not equal 00, 50.

   (4Q0F)  4.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 20-29,
           then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 13-19, 22-50.

   (5Q0F)  5.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39, then
           SEATING POSITION must not equal 00-50, 52-54, 99.

   (3S0P)  6.  If SEATING POSITION equals 55, then EJECTION must equal
           0.

   (6Q0F)  7.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 70-79,
           then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 31-49.

   (7Q0F)  8.  If PERSON TYPE equals 9 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39, then
           SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-50, 52-54.

   (P030)  9.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION should not
           equal 12-19.

   (2M0F) 10.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION must not
          equal 00, 21-55.

   (6M0F) 11.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION must
          not equal 00.

   (P040) 12.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION should
          not equal 11.

   (7N0F) 13.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then SEATING POSITION must not
          equal 11-55, 99.

   (3R0P) 14.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then SEATING
          POSITION must not equal 00, 21-55.

   (1R0F) 15.  If SEATING POSITION equals 51 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
          then INJURY SEVERITY must not equal 0, 9.

   (4R0P) 16.  If SEATING POSITION equals 54, then VEHICLE TRAILERING
          must not equal 0.

   (6R0P) 17.  If SEATING POSITION equals 12, 18, 22, 28, 31-50, 52,
          54-55, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM must not equal 1, 3.
Vehicles with Rear Lap/Shoulder Belts

                VEHICLES WITH REAR LAP/SHOULDER BELTS
                  (as Standard Equipment from mfg.)

    MAKE                MODEL                           MODEL YEARS

 07 (Dodge)           34 (Colt 3 dr hatchback)        1988 on
                      43 (Vista van)                  1986 on
 09 (Plymouth)        34 (Vista van)                  1986 on
                      34 (Colt 3 dr hatchback)        1988 on
 10 (Eagle)           44 (Eagle Medallion)            1988 on
 12 (Ford)            17 (Taurus)                     1988 on
                      73 pickup w/4 dr crew cab)      1988 on
 13 (Lincoln)         05 (Continental)                1988 on

 14 (Mercury)         17 (Sable)                      1988 on
                      34 (Merkur)                     1985 on
                      35 (Scorpio)                    1985 on
 18 (Buick)           02 (LeSabre)                    1988 on
                      05 (Riviera)                    1987 on
 19 (Cadillac)        05 (Eldorado)                   1987 on
                      14 (Seville)                    1987 on
 20 (Chevrolet)       19 (Baretta/Corsica)            1988 on
                      32 (Nova)                       1988 on
                      73 (pickup w/4-dr crew cab)     1987 on
                      74 (full size G van)            1988 on
 21 (Oldsmobile)      02 (Delta 88)                   1988 on
                      05 (Toronado)                   1987 on
 22 (Pontiac)         01 (LeMans)                     1988 on
                      02 (Bonneville)                 1988 on
 23 (GMC)             73 (pickup w/4-dr crew cab)     1987 on
                      74 (full size G van)            1988 on
 30 (Volkswagen)      40 (Jetta)                      1984 on
                      41 (Quantum Sedan)              1982 on
                      41 (Quantum, all models)        1983 on
                      42 (Golf)                       1988 on
                      44 (Fox)                        1988 on
 31 (Alfa Romeo)      32 (Milano)                     1987 on
 32 (Audi)            34 (4000)                       1983 on
                      35 (5000 S Turbo)               1981 on
                      35 (5000)                       1982 on
                      36 (80/90)                      1986 on
 34 (BMW)             31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37      1970 on
 35 (Datsun/Nissan)   39 (Maxima)                     1987 on
 37 (Honda)           32 (Accord)                     1982 on
                      36 (Acura Legend)               1986 on
 38 (Isuzu)           70 (Trooper)                    1988 on
 39 (Jaguar)          31 (XJ-S)                       1987 on
                      32 (XJ-6, XJ-12)                1977 on
 41 (Mazda)           35 (323)                        1988 on
                      37 (626)                        1988 on
                      43 (929)                        1988 on
                      44 (MX-6)                       1988 on
 42 (Mercedes-Benz)   31, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39          1974 on
 44 (Peugeot)         34 all except wagon 1981        1971 on
                         to 1983
                      35 all 604                      1977-1985
 45 (Porsche)         exc. conv. 31, 34, 35, 37, 38   1988 on
 46 (Renault)         37 (R18i)                       1980-1981
 47 (Saab)            34                              1983 on
 49 (Toyota)          35 (Cressida)                   1981-1984
                      35, 40                          1988 on
 51 (Volvo)           32, 33, 34, 35                  1972 on
 52 (Mitsubushi)      34 (Galant)                     1986 on
 59 (other import)    31 (Aston Martin)               1988 on
                      40 (Maserati)                   1988 on
                      42 (Rolls Royce exc. conv.      1988 on
                          Bentley)
                      43 (Rover)                      1980 & 1988 on
                      47 (Daihatsu)                   1988 on
                      52 (Sterling)                   1988 on

             **********  Optional Dealer Installed  **********
                         (Rear Lap/Shoulder Belts)

 MAKE               MODEL                  MODEL YEARS

 18 (Buick)              01 (Regal/Century)             80,81
                         02 (LeSabre)                   80-88
                         03 (Electra)                   80-88
                         05 (Reviera)                   80-88
                         10 (Regal)                     80-88
                         12 (Skyhawk)                   80-81
                         15 (Skylark)                   80-85
                         16 (Skyhawk)                   82-88
                         17 (Century)                   81-88
                         18 (Somerset/Skylark 86 on)    85-88
                         21 (Reatta)                    88
 19 (Cadillac)           03 (Deville)                   80-88
                         04 (Limousine)                 80-88
                         05 (Eldorado)                  80-88
                         09 (Allante)                   87-88
                         14 (Seville)                   80-88
                         16 (Cimarron)                  82-88
 20 (Chevrolet)          01 (Malibu/Chevelle)           80-83
                         02 (Caprice/Impala)            80-88
                         09 (Camaro)                    80-88
                         10 (Monte Carlo)               80-88
                         13 (Chevette)                  80-87
                         15 (Citation)                  80-85
                         16 (Cavalier)                  82-88
                         17 (Celebrity)                 82-88
                         19 (Baretta/Corscia)           87-88
                         31 (Spectrum)                  84-88
                         32 (Nova/Toyota)               85-88
                         33 (Sprint)                    85-88
                         70 (Blazer)                    83-88
                         71 (Blazer)                    80-88
                         72 (Astrovan)                  86-88
                         76 (Suburban)                  80-88
 21 (Oldsmobile)         01 (Cutlas)                    80-88
                         02 (Delta 88)                  80-88
                         03 (Ninety-eight)              80-88
                         05 (Toronado)                  80-88
                         12 (Starfire)                  80-81
                         15 (Omega)                     80-85
                         16 (Firenza)                   82-88
                         17 (Ciera)                     82-88
                         18 (Calais)                    85-88
 22 (Pontiac)            01 (Le Mans/Tempest)           88
                         02 (Bonneville)                80-88
                         09 (Firebird/Trans Am)         80-88
                         10 (Grand Prix)                80-88
                         12 (Sunbird)                   80-81,85-88
                         13 (T 1000/1000)               81-87
 22                      15 (Phoenix)                   80-84
                         16 (J-2000/2000)               82-84
                         17 (6000)                      82-88
                         18 (Grand Am)                  85-88
 3O (Volkswagon)         74 (Van/Vanagon)               88
 38 (Isuzu)              31 (I Mark)                    88
                         32 (Impulse)                   88
                         33 (Aska)                      88
                         70 (Trooper II)                88
 49 (Toyota)             32 (Corolla)                   88
                         33 (Celica)                    88
                         34 (Cressida)                  88
                         38 (Tercel)                    88
                         70 (4 Runner)                  88
                         71 (Land Cruiser)              88
                         72 (Mini Van)                  88
                        *************************
Manual (Active) Restraint System - Use
                MANUAL (ACTIVE) RESTRAINT SYSTEM - USE

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  None Used - Vehicle Occupant; Not Applicable -
          Non-Motorist or Passive System
       1  Shoulder Belt
       2  Lap Belt
       3  Lap and Shoulder Belt
       4  Child Safety Seat
       5  Motorcycle Helmet
       8  Restraint Used - Type Unknown or Other
                           including Other Helmet
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

  AVAILABILITY-
     Please note that only a  few passenger vehicles are equipped with
     combination lap/shoulder belts in any seat but the front outboard
     seating positions. These exceptions are listed in Table 1.

     However, note that all cars since and including the 1974 model year have
     combination lap/shoulder belts at the front outboard seating

     If the occupant is using a manual lap belt and an automatic  shoulder
     belt, use code "2", lap belt.  Do not use code "3", lap  and shoulder

  USE-
     The coding scheme on some PAR's may offer a choice such as
     "seatbelt/harness" or "lap/shoulder" but does not distinguish
     between "lap belt"

     Occasionally, information from EMS personnel or medical examiners
     (M.E.) includes statement about manual restraint use or presence.

               NOTE THE ARRIVAL TIMES OF POLICE AND EMS.

  Rules of thumb in such cases are as follows unless you have information
  to the contrary:

     *   If the M.E./EMS report that a restraint was used but the
         PAR/Police report  "NOT USED"  or "UNKNOWN", then accept
         the EMS/M.E. assesment.

     *   On the other hand, if the M.E./EMS report "NOT USED"  but
         the PAR/Police report that a restraint was used, then try
         to verify the police assesment that a restraint was used.

     *   If the PAR/Police report that a restraint was used or was
         not used but the EMS/M.E. report "UNKNOWN", then accept
         the Police assesment.

  Consistency Checks:

   (V050)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1-2, 9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           equals 5, then BODY TYPE should equal 20-29.

   (3M0F)  2.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           must not equal 4.

   (P02F)  3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           equals 4, then AGE should not be greater than 04.

   (8N0F)  4.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           must equal 0.

   (2R0P)  5.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY TYPE
           must not equal 20-29.

   (P116)  6.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-3, then AUTOMATIC
           RESTRAINT SYSTEM should not equal 1,2.

   (2S0P)  7.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 5, then AUTOMATIC
           RESTRAINT SYSTEM must equal 0.

   (6R0P)  8.  If SEATING POSITION equals 12, 18, 22, 28, 31-50, 52,
           54-55, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM must not equal 1, 3.

   (P05P)  9.  If EJECTION equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM should
           not equal 1-4 or 8.

   (P110) 10.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2 or 3 and SEATING POSITION does not
           equal 00,11,12,13,18,19, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM USE should
           not equal 3.
Vehicles with Rear Lap/Shoulder Belts (Standard)

                VEHICLES WITH REAR LAP/SHOULDER BELTS
                  (as Standard Equipment from mfg.)

    MAKE                MODEL                       MODEL YEARS

 07 (Dodge)           34 (Colt 3 dr hatchback)        1988 on
                      43 (Vista van)                  1986 on
 09 (Plymouth)        34 (Vista van)                  1986 on
                      34 (Colt 3 dr hatchback)        1988 on
 10 (Eagle)           44 (Eagle Medallion)            1988 on
 12 (Ford)            17 (Taurus)                     1988 on
                      73 pickup w/4 dr crew cab)      1988 on
 13 (Lincoln)         05 (Continental)                1988 on
 14 (Mercury)         17 (Sable)                      1988 on
                      34 (Merkur)                     1985 on
                      35 (Scorpio)                    1985 on
 18 (Buick)           02 (LeSabre)                    1988 on
                      05 (Riviera)                    1987 on
 19 (Cadillac)        05 (Eldorado)                   1987 on
                      14 (Seville)                    1987 on
 20 (Chevrolet)       19 (Baretta/Corsica)            1988 on
                      32 (Nova)                       1988 on
                      73 (pickup w/4-dr crew cab)     1987 on
                      74 (full size G van)            1988 on
 21 (Oldsmobile)      02 (Delta 88)                   1988 on
                      05 (Toronado)                   1987 on
 22 (Pontiac)         01 (LeMans)                     1988 on
                      02 (Bonneville)                 1988 on
 23 (GMC)             73 (pickup w/4-dr crew cab)     1987 on
                      74 (full size G van)            1988 on
 30 (Volkswagen)      40 (Jetta)                      1984 on
                      41 (Quantum Sedan)              1982 on
                      41 (Quantum, all models)        1983 on
                      42 (Golf)                       1988 on
                      44 (Fox)                        1988 on
 31 (Alfa Romeo)      32 (Milano)                     1987 on
 32 (Audi)            34 (4000)                       1983 on
                      35 (5000 S Turbo)               1981 on
                      35 (5000)                       1982 on
                      36 (80/90)                      1986 on
 34 (BMW)             31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37      1970 on
 35 (Datsun/Nissan)   39 (Maxima)                     1987 on
 37 (Honda)           32 (Accord)                     1982 on
                      36 (Acura Legend)               1986 on
 38 (Isuzu)           70 (Trooper)                    1988 on
 39 (Jaguar)          31 (XJ-S)                       1987 on
                      32 (XJ-6, XJ-12)                1977 on
 41 (Mazda)           35 (323)                        1988 on
                      37 (626)                        1988 on
                      43 (929)                        1988 on
                      44 (MX-6)                       1988 on
 42 (Mercedes-Benz)   31, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39          1974 on
 44 (Peugeot)         34 all except wagon 1981        1971 on
                         to 1983
                      35 all 604                      1977-1985
 45 (Porsche)         exc. conv. 31, 34, 35, 37, 38   1988 on
 46 (Renault)         37 (R18i)                       1980-1981
 47 (Saab)            34                              1983 on
 49 (Toyota)          35 (Cressida)                   1981-1984
                      35, 40                          1988 on
 51 (Volvo)           32, 33, 34, 35                  1972 on
 52 (Mitsubushi)      34 (Galant)                     1986 on
 59 (other import)    31 (Aston Martin)               1988 on
                      40 (Maserati)                   1988 on
                      42 (Rolls Royce exc. conv.      1988 on
                          Bentley)
                      43 (Rover)                      1980 & 1988 on
                      47 (Daihatsu)                   1988 on
                      52 (Sterling)                   1988 on

             **********  Optional Dealer Installed  **********
                        (Rear Lap/Shoulder Belts)

         MAKE               MODEL                  MODEL YEARS

 18 (Buick)              01 (Regal/Century)             80,81
                         02 (LeSabre)                   80-88
                         03 (Electra)                   80-88
                         05 (Reviera)                   80-88
                         10 (Regal)                     80-88
                         12 (Skyhawk)                   80-81
                         15 (Skylark)                   80-85
                         16 (Skyhawk)                   82-88
                         17 (Century)                   81-88
                         18 (Somerset/Skylark 86 on)    85-88
                         21 (Reatta)                    88
 19 (Cadillac)           03 (Deville)                   80-88
                         04 (Limousine)                 80-88
                         05 (Eldorado)                  80-88
                         09 (Allante)                   87-88
                         14 (Seville)                   80-88
                         16 (Cimarron)                  82-88
 20 (Chevrolet)          01 (Malibu/Chevelle)           80-83
                         02 (Caprice/Impala)            80-88
                         09 (Camaro)                    80-88
                         10 (Monte Carlo)               80-88
                         13 (Chevette)                  80-87
                         15 (Citation)                  80-85
                         16 (Cavalier)                  82-88
                         17 (Celebrity)                 82-88
                         19 (Baretta/Corscia)           87-88
                         31 (Spectrum)                  84-88
                         32 (Nova/Toyota)               85-88
                         33 (Sprint)                    85-88
                         70 (Blazer)                    83-88
                         71 (Blazer)                    80-88
                         72 (Astrovan)                  86-88
                         76 (Suburban)                  80-88
 21 (Oldsmobile)         01 (Cutlas)                    80-88
                         02 (Delta 88)                  80-88
                         03 (Ninety-eight)              80-88
                         05 (Toronado)                  80-88
                         12 (Starfire)                  80-81
                         15 (Omega)                     80-85
                         16 (Firenza)                   82-88
                         17 (Ciera)                     82-88
                         18 (Calais)                    85-88
 22 (Pontiac)            01 (Le Mans/Tempest)           88
                         02 (Bonneville)                80-88
                         09 (Firebird/Trans Am)         80-88
                         10 (Grand Prix)                80-88
                         12 (Sunbird)                   80-81,85-88
                         13 (T 1000/1000)               81-87
 22                      15 (Phoenix)                   80-84
                         16 (J-2000/2000)               82-84
                         17 (6000)                      82-88
                         18 (Grand Am)                  85-88
 3O (Volkswagon)         74 (Van/Vanagon)               88
 38 (Isuzu)              31 (I Mark)                    88
                         32 (Impulse)                   88
                         33 (Aska)                      88
                         70 (Trooper II)                88
 49 (Toyota)             32 (Corolla)                   88
                         33 (Celica)                    88
                         34 (Cressida)                  88
                         38 (Tercel)                    88
                         70 (4 Runner)                  88
                         71 (Land Cruiser)              88
                         72 (Mini Van)                  88
                        *************************

Automatic (Passive) Restraint System - Function

           AUTOMATIC (PASSIVE) RESTRAINT SYSTEM - FUNCTION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  Not Equipped or Non-Motorist
       1  Automatic Belt In Use*
       2  Automatic Belt Not In Use*
       3  Deployed Airbag*
       4  Non-Deployed Airbag*
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

      These remarks refer to the front outboard seating positions only.

   Below  are two tables of vehicles.  Table A - EQUIPPED WITH  AUTOMATIC
   RESTRAINTS and Table B - POSSIBLY EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC  RESTRAINTS.

      If there is no indication of an automatic restraint, use code "0",
      Not Equipped, unless the vehicle is in one of the two tables.

      TABLE A:

      All cars in this table have automatic restraints so that only
      codes 1-4 apply.

      If the occupant has available a manual lap belt and an automatic
      shoulder belt, then code 1 or 2 must be used and MANUAL RESTRAINT
      SYSTEM must not be coded "3", lap and shoulder belt.

       If the vehicle is in Table A and the PAR indicates that a belt was
       used but does not specify automatic or manual, then do not use
       AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT CODES "0" or "9".  MANUAL RESTRAINT coding must
       agree with the restraint available in the vehicle, not including
       automatic systems (see remarks under MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM).

       TABLE B:

       If the vehicle is in Table B and the PAR indicates that a belt was
       used but does not specify automatic or manual, then code MANUAL
       RESTRAINT SYSTEM as the PAR indicates and code AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT
       SYSTEM as "9", Unknown.

       If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM is "9", Unknown, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT
       SYSTEM should be coded "9", Unknown, unless the PAR indicates that
       the vehicle is equipped with an automatic restraint.

  NOTE:

       All vehicles equipped with air bags in the 1980's also have manual
       combination lap and shoulder belts.

       Motorized automatic belts have very high usage rates.

  * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error  flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (4B0P)  1.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 3-4, then the vehicle
           must be one of the following or must be unknown.

      Make              Model            Model Year

     Audi(32)       100(32)             89
     BMW(34)             34             88 - 89
                         36             89
                         37             87 - 89
     Buick(18)      LeSabre(02)         73 - 76
                    Electra(03)         73 - 76
                    Reviera(05)         73 - 76
     Cadillac(19)   DeVille(03)         73 - 76, 89
                    Eldorado(05)        73 - 76
     Chevrolet(20)  Impala(02)          72 - 73
     Chrysler(06)   Fifth Ave(14)       88 - 89
                    LeBaron(16)         88 - 89
     Dodge(07)      Diplomat(07)        88 - 89
                    Daytona(15)         88 - 89
     Ford(12)       Tempo(15)           85 - 89
     Honda(37)      Acura(36)           87 - 89
     Lincoln(13)    Continental(05)     89
     Mercedes(42)        31             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         32             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         33             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         34             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         35             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         36             71 - 72, 84 - 89
                         37             71 - 72, 84 - 89
                         38             71 - 72, 86 - 89
                         39             71 - 72, 84 - 89
     Mercury(14)         06             71 - 72
                     Topaz(15)          85 - 89
     Nissan(35)      Pulsar(44)         89
     Oldsmobile(21)  Delta 88(02)       73 - 76, 88 - 89
                     Ninety 8(03)       73 - 76, 88 - 89
                     Toronado(05)       73 - 76
     Plymouth(09)    Grand Fury(04)     88 - 89
     Porsche(45)     Carrera(31)        89
                     928(35)            87 - 89
                     930(36)            87 - 89
                     944(37)            87 - 89
     Saab(47)            31             88 - 89
                         34             88 - 89
     Toyota(49)      Cressida(35)       89
     Volvo(51)       122(31)            74 - 75
                         32             74 - 75
                     164(33)            74 - 75
                         34             74 - 75
                         35             74 - 75
                     1800(36)           74 - 75
                     P-544(37)          74 - 75
                     760/780(38)        87 - 89
                     740(39)            87 - 89
     Unknown(99)         99             71 -76, 99
                    ************************
                                  OR

          If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1 or 2, then the vehicle
          must be one of the following or must be unknown.

          Make             Model              Model Year

         Alfa Romeo(31)  Spider(31)               87 - 89
         Eagle(10)       Premier(40)              88 - 89
                         Medallion(44)            88 - 89
         Astin-Martin(59)       31                87 - 89
         Buick(18)       LeSabre(02)              87 - 89
                         Electra(03)              88 - 89
                         Regal(10)                88 - 89
                         Skylark(15)              87 - 89
                         Somerset(18)             87 - 89
         Cadillac(19)    DeVille(03)              80 - 81
         Chevrolet(20)   Chevette(13)             78 - 80
                         Beretta(19)              88 - 89
         Chrysler(06)    LeBaron(16)              87 - 89
                         Conquest(35)             87 - 89
         Daihatsu(59)    Charade(47)              88 - 89
         Dodge(07)       Daytona(15)              87 - 89
                         Shadow(17)               87 - 89
                         Colt(34)                 88 - 89
                         Conquest(35)             87 - 89
         Ford(12)        Thunderbird(04)          88 - 89
                         Escort(13)               87 - 89
                         Tempo(15)                87 - 89
         Honda(37)       Accord(32)               87 - 89
                         Prelude(33)              87 - 89
                         CRX(35)                  88 - 89
         Hyundai(59)          51                  87 - 89
         Isuzu(38)       Impulse(32)              87 - 89
         Jaguar(39)      XJ-S(31)                 87 - 89
                         XJ6/12(32)               87 - 89
         Mazda(41)       RX-7(34)                 88 - 89
                         626(37)                  87 - 89
                         MX-6(44)                 87 - 89
         Mercury(14)     Cougar(04)               88 - 89
                         Lynx(13)                 87 - 89
                         Topaz(15)                87 - 89
         Mitsubishi(52)  Starion(31)              87 - 89
                         Galant(34)               88 - 89
                         Mirage(35)               88 - 89
                         Precis(36)               87 - 89
         Nissan(35)      240(34)                  88 - 89
                         Maxima(39)               87 - 89
                         Sentra(43)               88 - 89
                         Pulsar(44)               88 - 89
         Oldsmobile(21)  Cutlas(01)               87 - 89
                         Delta 88(02)             87 - 89
                         Ninety 8(03)             88 - 89
                         Calais(18)               87 - 89
         Peugeot(44)     505(34)                  87 - 89
         Plymouth(09)    Sundance(17)             88 - 89
         Pontiac(22)     Bonneville(02)           87 - 89
                         Grand Prix(10)           87 - 89
                         Grand AM(18)             87 - 89
         Porsche(45)     944(37)                  88 - 89
         Renault(46)     Alliance(39)             87 - 89
                         Medallion(44)            87 - 89
         Saab(47)        900 S(31)                87 - 89
         Sterling(59)         52                  87 - 89
         Subaru(48)           31                  87 - 89
                         XT coupe(35)             87 - 89
         Toyota(49)      Corolla(32)              79 - 80
                         Cressida(35)             80 - 89
                         Camry(40)                87 - 89
        Volkswagen(30)   Rabbit(36)               75 - 89
                         Jetta(40)                87 - 89
                         Golf(42)                 87 - 89
        Volvo(51)            38                   87 - 89
                         740(39)                  87 - 89
        Yugo(59)             50                   87 - 89
        Unknown(99)          99                   74 - 89, 99

  (3R0P)   2.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then SEATING
           POSITION must not equal 00, 21-55.

  (9N0F)   3.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT
           SYSTEM must not equal 1-4,9.

  (5R0P)   4.  If AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY TYPE
           must equal 01-12, 56, 68, 88.

  (P116)   5.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-3, then AUTOMATIC
           RESTRAINT SYSTEM should not equal 1,2.

  (2S0P)   6.  If MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 5, then AUTOMATIC
           RESTRAINT SYSTEM must equal 0.

  (P060)   7.  If EJECTION equals 1, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           should not equal 1 or 3.

Non-Motorist Location

                        NON-MOTORIST LOCATION

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       00  Not Applicable - Vehicle Occupant
       01  Intersection - In Crosswalk
       02  Intersection - On Roadway, Not in Crosswalk
       03  Intersection - On Roadway, Crosswalk not Availablle
       04  Intersection - On Roadway, Crosswalk Availability
           Unknown
       05  Intersection - Not on Roadway
       09  Intersection - Unknown
       10  Non-Intersection - In Crosswalk
       11  Non-Intersection - On Roadway, Not in Crosswalk
       12  Non-Intersection - On Roadway, Crosswalk not Available
       13  Non-Intersection - On Roadway, Crosswalk Availability
           Unknown
       14  Non-Intersection - In Parking Lane*
       15  Non-Intersection - On Road Shoulder
       16  Non-Intersection - Bike Path*
       17  Non-Intersection - Outside Trafficway
       18  Non-Intersection - Other, Not on Roadway
       19  Non-Intersection - Unknown
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       * These values are unlikely occurances and will raise an error
       flag.

       This field is only applicable to nonmotorists and refers to
       the location of the nonmotorist at the time of the accident.

 Codes 01 - 09 are used when the nonmotorist is in the vicinity of the
 intersection.

 Codes 01,02,03 can only be used when you know that a crosswalk exists
 at the intersection.

 Code 04 is used when you know that the nonmotorist is at the intersection
 AND on the roadway but you are NOT sure whether or not a crosswalk.

 Code 05 is used when you know the nonmotorist is at the intersection and
 NOT on the roadway.

 Code 09 is used when all you know is the nonmotorist is at the intersection.

 Codes 10 - 19 are used when you know the nonmotorist was NOT at an
 intersection.

 Use codes 10, 11 & 12 when you know that a crosswalk exists at the
 nonintersection - for example, a midblock crosswalk.

 Use code 13 when the nonmotorist is on the roadway AND you are not sure
 whether or not a crosswalk exists.

 Use code 18 when the nonmotorist is NOT at an intersection and NOT on
 the roadway.

 Use code 19 when all you know is that the nonmotorist is NOT at an
 intersection.

 Code 99 is used when you don't even know whether the nonmotorist was at an
 intersection or not

  Consistency Checks:

   (4M0F)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, 2, 9, then NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
       must not equal 01-19, 99.

   (1P0F)  2.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
           must not equal 00.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (440F)  1.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 1, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 01-04, 09-14,
           19, 99.

   (450F)  2.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 7, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 14.

   (460F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 2, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 05, 15.

   (470F)  4.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 3, 8, then there must be at least one
           Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 05, 18,
           99.

   (480F)  5.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 4,6, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 05-06, 16,
           18-19, 99.

   (490F)  6. If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 5, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 17.

   (530F)  7.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and RELATION
           TO ROADWAY equals 9, then there must be at least one Person
           Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to 09, 19, 99.

Ejection

                                 EJECTION

       Format:  1 numeric

       Element Values:

            Blank
            0  Not Ejected or Not Applicable
            1  Totally Ejected
            2  Partially Ejected
            9  Unknown

       Remarks:

       If no information is provided in the accident reports, assume
       that EJECTION is not applicable.

       Ejection refers to persons being completely thrown from a
       compartment of the vehicle during the course of the crash and
       includes occupants of Jeeps and Go Carts.

       Ejection is not applicable to persons riding on the exterior
       of a vehicle, to motorcycle occupants, or to nonmotorists.

  Consistency Checks:

   (2P0F)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   (4S0P)  2.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   (3S0P)  3.  If SEATING POSITION equals 55, then EJECTION must equal
           0.

   (6S0P)  4.  If EJECTION equals 1, then EXTRICATION must not equal 1,
           9.

   (P050)  5.  If EJECTION equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM should
           not equal 1-4 or 8.

   (P060)  6.  If EJECTION equals 1, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM
           should not equal 1 or 3.

Extrication

                             EXTRICATION

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  Not Extricated or Not Applicable
       1  Extricated
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       If no information is provided in the accident reports, assume
       that EXTRICATION is not applicable.

       Extrication refers to the use of equipment or other force to
       remove persons from the vehicles, i.e. more than just lifting
       or carrying person out of wreckage.  If the police officer
       uses the word "extricated" to indicate occupant removal, then
       this is sufficient information to code P27 as "1", even if no
       mention of equipment is made.  The only exception to this is
       if the analyst knows the officer used the term "extrication"
       incorrectly.  However, if the officer uses the term "pinned"
       or "wedged" or something similar, then the officer must
       indicate that equipment was used to remove the occupant.

       The unknown code (9) is to be used when the officer states
       that the occupant is "pinned" or "wedged", etc., and suggests
       that the occupant may have been removed with force, but does
       not make it clear whether equipment was used or not.

       This field is not applicable to motorcycle riders or to
       nonmotorists.

  Consistency Checks:

   (9P0F)  1.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EXTRICATION must not
           equal 1, 9.

   (5S0P)  2.  If BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EXTRICATION must equal 0.

   (6S0P)  3.  If EJECTION equals 1, then EXTRICATION must not equal 1,
           9.

Mathod of Alcohol Determination

                   METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION
                             (BY POLICE)

   Format:   1  numeric

   Element Values:

        1  Evidential Test (breath, blood, urine)
        2  Preliminary Breath Test (P8T)
        3  Behavioral
        4  Passive Alcohol Sensor (PAS)
        5  Observed
        8  Other (e.g., Saliva test)
        9  Not Reported

  Remarks:

  This variable is coded for each person involved in the accident.  The
  purpose of this variable is to record the method by which the police
  made the determination as to whether alcohol was involved or not.  It
  is used primarily when the Police Reported Alcohol Involvement
  variable (P29) is coded as "0-No (Alcohol Not Involved)" or "1-Yes
  (Alcohol Involved)."

  Whenever P29 is coded 0 (alcohol not involved), try to find out how the
  police knew this.  When P29 is coded 1 (alcohol involved), try to
  determine how the police knew this.

  If P29 is coded as 8- Not Reported or 9- Unknown (Police Reported),
  then P28 is coded as 9- Not Reported.  If more than one method is used
  by the police to determine alcohol involvement choose the method the
  police refer to when they record their assessment.  If more than one
  method is used and they do not state which method was the basis for
  their alcohol determination, code the highest ranking method used from
  the hierarchy (the highest ranking is 1; the lowest is 5).

               1 - Evidential Test (Breath, Blood, Urine)

  This is coded if P29 is coded 0 or 1 and the police indicate that they
  ordered an evidential test and their determination of alcohol involve-
  ment was based on the results of that test.

  An evidential test can be a breath test on a state-approved breath
  test device, a blood test, or a urine test.  No other tests are con-
  sidered evidential.

  The key in coding evidential test as the basis for the police alcohol
  assessment is the ordering of the test by the police.  A routine test
  performed by a coroner or medical examiner that was not ordered by the
  police is not considered as evidential for the purposes of the variable.

                     2- Preliminary Breath Test (PBT)

  This is coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and the police indicate that alcohol
  involvement was based upon the results of a preliminary breath test,
  or PBT.  Preliminary breath testing devices are not yet considered
  evidential tests, but merely as tools for the police to help them
  determine whether alcohol is present or not.  Many PBTs only indicate
  whether alcohol is present in the breath by pass (green) or fail (red)
  lights.  Other PBTs indicate the approximate BAC in numbers.  Some
  PBTs are of evidential quality in some States.  But if the device was
  used only as a preliminary test and not the evidential test, then this
  value should be coded.

  The key to coding this is the definite indication by the police that a
  PBT was used and was the basis ( or the clinching evidence) that a
  driver had been drinking or not.

                     3- Behavioral

  This is coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and the police indicate that the basis
  for that alcohol assessment was the behavior by the driver during a
  field sobriety test.

       -Examples of field sobriety tests include the gaze
        nystagmus test, walking in a straight line, one
        leg stand, etc.

  Do not confuse "Behavioral" with "Observed" (5).

                     4- Passive Alcohol Sensor (PAS)

  This is coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and the police indicate that alcohol
  involvement was based upon the results of a passive alcohol sensor,
  or "sniffer."

  The PAS devices available and in use by police are devices that look
  like flashlights and when held within 6 inches of the drivers mouth
  will detect alcohol in the breath while the driver is talking.  The
  PAS is not considered an evidential test nor a PBT.  It is not really
  a test, but a detector or an extension of the police officer's senses.
  The PAS devices are usually PASS/FAIL indicators with a red light
  indicating alcohol on the breath.

  The key to coding this attribute is the indication by the police that
  a PAS was used and was the basis for coding 0-No or 1-Yes for police
  reported alcohol involvement.

                     5- Observed

  This is coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and the police indicate that the basis
  for their alcohol assessment was some observation of the driver. Do Not
  Confuse "Observed" with "Behavioral" (3). Examples of observations
  would be:

       - smelling alcohol on the driver's breath
       - staggering, slurring of speech
       - the driver admitting he had been drinking
       - other observations described by the police that would
         not be considered field sobriety tests

  Be careful not to simply assume that this is the appropriate code
  when some other method may have been used (e.g. breath test, PBT, PAS).

                     8- Other

  This is coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and the police indicate that the basis
  for alcohol determination was something other than the codes 1,2,3,4
  and 5 described above.

       Examples of "other" methods include:

       - results of a saliva test
       - results of other tissue tests

  The key to coding this element is the description by the police of some
  other method of alcohol determination that does not fall into codes 1-5.

  See the paragraph below on Witness Statements.

                     9- Not Reported

  This is coded if P29 is 8 or 9.  It is also coded if P29 is 0 or 1 and
  there is no indication in the police report or any other documents as
  to how the police made the alcohol assessment.

  See the paragraph below on Witness Statements.

                     Witness Statements

  Witness Statements may or may not be used by the police to make a
  determination of alcohol involvement.  If the police did use witness
  statements alone to make a determination of alcohol involvement, use
  code 8- "Other".

  If the police mention, but did not use witness statements and there
  is no other indication of how a determination was made, use code 9-
  "Not Reported".

  There are instances when the police do not indicate in the P.A.R. whether
  alcohol was involved or not, but they do mention that a test was given or
  ordered.

 Codes 1 - 8 are allowed to be used for METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION
 (P28) when POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT (P29) is coded as 8-No

 This should only happen when the method is stated by the police, but
 the involvement is not mentioned at all or stated as unknown.

 Consistency Checks:

   (P117)  1.  If METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 1-5,8 then POLICE
           REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT should equal 0,1.

   (8S0P)  2.  If METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 9, then POLICE
           REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT must equal 0,1,8 or 9.

   (P118)  3.  If POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 8,9 then
           METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION should equal 9.

Police Reported Alcohol Involvement

                 POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No (Alcohol Not Involved)
       1  Yes (Alcohol Involved)
       8  Not Reported
       9  Unknown (Police Reported)

  Remarks:

       Only use the police accident report to code these elements.
       Do not change the coding of this element because a positive
       alcohol test is obtained.  This element will be coded
       independently from ALCOHOL TEST RESULTS.

       Code 1 is used only if the police accident report explicitly
       states or implies that alcohol was present.

       If the police officer indicates that a pre-arrest breath test
       was given and a "positive" indication was received, code P29
       as "1".  Anytime an officer's judgement contradicts a
       pre-arrest test, the officer's judgement will be the
       determining factor.

       If there is no indication on the police accident report of
       whether alcohol was present or not (e.g., alcohol field left
       blank or no statements), use code 8.

       Code 9 is used only if the police reported alcohol
       involvement as unknown.

     There are instances when the police do not indicate in the
     P.A.R. whether alcohol was involved or not, but they do
     mention that a test was given or ordered.

 For example  the police may only say that an evidential test was
 ordered for a driver without indicating that they suspected
 alcohol or  water

 Codes 1 - 8 are allowed to be used for METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION
 (P28) when POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT (P29) is coded as 8-No

 This should only happen when the method is stated by the police, but the
 involvement is not mentioned at all or stated as unknown.

  Consistency Checks:

   (P070)  1.  If POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 1, then
           ALCOHOL TEST RESULT should not equal 95-96.

   (D090)  2.  If VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 1, 3 and PERSON TYPE equals
           1, then POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT should equal 1.

   (P117)  3.  If METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 1-5,8 then POLICE
           REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT should equal 0,1.

   (P118)  4.  If METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 9, then POLICE
           REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT must equal 0,1,8 or 9.

   (9S0P)  5.  If POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 8,9 then
           METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION should equal 9.

Alcohol Test Result

                         ALCOHOL TEST RESULT

  Format:  2 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blanks
    00-94  Actual Value
       95  Test Refused
       96  None Given
       97  AC Test Performed, Results Unknown
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Code the actual value BAC (i.e., if the BAC result is 0.00%,
       then enter "00" as code).  If the report does not state the
       actual BAC, but does state that it is less than 0.01%, then
       code this element as "00".

       Code 97 refers to alcohol content tests that were performed
       but the results are unknown.

       For fatalities, no time constraints are placed on when the
       alcohol test is taken.

       For nonfatalities, no time constraints are placed on when the
       alcohol test is taken but reasonability should be considered.

       If BAC is not known, but:
            a) if % alcohol from a urine sample is known, then
               divide % alcohol by 1.3 in order to get BAC.
            b) if % alcohol from Vitreous test is known, then divide
               it by 1.12 to find equivalent BAC.

      Any BAC test results reported to you in 3 decimal places  should
      be truncated, not rounded.  For example, a reported
      .099 becomes .09.  The reason for truncating is that the
      accuracy of most testing devices is only reliable to two decimal
      places, so that the third decimal place is meaningless.

  Consistency Checks:

   (P080)  1.  ALCOHOL TEST RESULT should not equal 41-94.

   (P070)  2.  If POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 1, then
           ALCOHOL TEST RESULT should not equal 95-96.

Drugs Noted in Toxicology Report

                   DRUGS NOTED IN TOXICOLOGY REPORT
                         (OTHER THAN ALCOHOL)

  Format:  1  numeric

  Element Values:

        0  No blood test given

        Blood Test Given, Results Known
        1  No drugs reported
        2  Drugs reported  (excluding nicotine, aspirin)

        3  Not tested for drugs

        Blood Test Given, Results Unknown
        7  Tested for drugs, results unknown
        8  Unknown if tested for drugs

        9  Unknown if blood test given

  Remarks:

 FIRST, determine if a blood test was given for any reason.
        One sample of blood can be tested for alcohol as well as other
        substances, or a separate sample may be tested for drugs other than
        substances.

 NEXT, determine if the blood was tested for drugs other than (or in
       addition to) alcohol.

                      REFERS TO  BLOOD TEST ONLY.
                EXCLUDES ALCOHOL, NICOTINE and ASPIRIN.

                     0- No Blood Test Given

 This is  coded when it is  known that no blood  test was given
 for  this person for any reason.

 This  code cannot  be used if it  is known that blood was taken for a
 BAC test.

                     1- No Drugs Reported

 This is coded when a toxicology report is obtained by the FARS analyst
 and no drugs other than alcohol.

 Remember that code 1 means that testing for drugs was done and none were
 detected.

 If no drugs (other than the exclusions) are found in the blood, but some
 drug(s) are reported in a urine test.

                     2- Drugs Reported

 This is coded if any drugs other than alcohol, nicotine and aspirin are
 reported in the toxicology report that were found in the blood sample.

 Any drugs found in the urine or other body tissue do not qualify for
 this code.

                     3- Not Tested for Drugs

  This is coded if the toxicology report states that no drugs other than
  alcohol, nicotine or aspirin were tested for in the blood sample.

  A toxicology report, medical examiners report or coroners report must
  be received and must state that no drugs were tested for in order for
  this code to be used.

  Code 3 can only be used if a blood test is given.

  If the State does not test for drugs as a usual policy, the analyst
  must determine if the appropriate code is 0, 3 or 9.

                     7 - Tested for Drugs, Results Unknown

  This is coded if it is stated somewhere (e.g. the PAR, the tox report,
  ME or coroners report, hospital report) that the person was tested for
  drugs but the results are unavailable.  This situation would most
  likely occur if a hospital tested for drugs but would not release the
  results to the FARS analyst for any reason (e.g., confidentiality).

                     8- Unknown if Tested for Drugs

  This is coded if a toxicology report is received by the analyst, but
  it is not clear if the blood sample taken was tested for drugs.

                     9- Unknown if Blood Test Given

  This is coded if there is no information concerning whether a blood
  sample was taken or it is stated by the police that it was unknown to
  them whether the person was given a blood test.

  This code cannot be used if it is known that blood was taken for a BAC
  test.

Injury Severity

                           INJURY SEVERITY

  Format:  1 numeric

  If coded 4, cannot be changed

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No Injury (0)
       1  Possible Injury (C)
       2  Nonincapacitating Evident Injury (B)
       3  Incapacitating Injury (A)
       4  Fatal Injury (K)
       5  Injured, Severity Unknown
       6  Died Prior to Accident*
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Definition:  D16.1, page 11.

       Code 4 must only be used if the death occurred within thirty
       24 hour time periods from the time of the accident.  Every
       effort should be made to determine that the DEATH DATE was
       within thirty 24 hour time periods from the ACCIDENT TIME.

       If a code of 4 has been submitted, it cannot be changed
       without deleting the accident and resubmitting the case.

       Code 6 refers to nonmotor vehicle fatalities that are
       involved in an accident resulting in a motor vehicle
       fatality, e.g., a heart attack victim that is involved in an
       accident in which another person dies.

       In suicide incidents, use the following criteria:

            1.  If the only fatality is the suicide victim and it
                 can be ascertained that the accident was a suicide,
                 do not code the case.

            2.   If other fatalities occur, code the case as
                 appropriate.  The suicide victim's INJURY SEVERITY
                 should be coded 6 if the death occurred at the time
                 of the accident (or prior) or 0 if the death
                 occurred after the accident.

       * This value is an unlikely occurance and will raise an edit flag.

  Consistency Checks:

   (1U1F-1U2F)  1.  If INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, then DEATH DATE must
            not equal 000000 and DEATH TIME must not equal 0000.

   (2U1F-2U2F)  2.  If INJURY SEVERITY is not equal to 4, then DEATH
            DATE  and  DEATH  TIME   must   equal  000000 and 0000,
            respectively.

   (3P0F)  3.  If  PERSON TYPE  equals 3-8, then INJURY SEVERITY must
           not equal 6.

   (3F0F)  4.  If NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 97, then INJURY SEVERITY
           must not equal 0, 9, unless PERSON TYPE equals 1.

   (1R0F)  5.  If  SEATING POSITION  equals  51  and BODY TYPE equals
           30-39, then INJURY SEVERITY must not equal 0, 9.

   (P090)  6.  If  TAKEN TO HOSPITAL OR TREATMENT FACILITY  equals 1,
           then INJURY SEVERITY should not be blank, 0, 9.

   (7E0P)  7.  If INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, then DEATH CERTIFICATE
           NUMBER must NOT equal 00000000000.

   (7F0P)  8.  If DEATH CERTIFICATE NUMBER not blank or 00000000000,
           then INJURY SEVERITY must equal 4.

   (7R0P)  9.  If FATAL INJURY AT WORK equals 0,1,9, then INJURY SEVERITY
           must equal 4.

   (7W0P) 10.  If FATAL INJURY AT WORK equal 8, then  INJURY SEVERITY
           must not equal 4.

  Special Processing Rules:

   (4U0F)  1.  Each original submission must have at least one Person
           Level form with INJURY SEVERITY coded 4.

   (7Z0F)  2.  If MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
           occupant of this vehicle (PERSON TYPE 1-2,9) must have INJURY
           SEVERITY equal to 1-5.

   (570F)  3.  If FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
           PERSON TYPE equal to 1-2, 9 must have INJURY SEVERITY equal
           to 1-5 or blank.

Taken to Hospital or Treatment Facility

               TAKEN TO HOSPITAL OR TREATMENT FACILITY

  Format:  1 numeric

  Element Values:

       Blank
       0  No
       1  Yes
       9  Unknown

  Remarks:

       Treatment Facility refers to an injury treatment facility.  A
       morgue is not an injury treatment facility.  If a person goes
       to a hospital or treatment facility on his/her own, code this
       element 'yes'.

       If a person is dead at the scene code "0" -- no.

       If a person dies en-route to treatment, then code this
       element "1" -- yes.

  Consistency Checks:

   (P090)  1.  If TAKEN TO HOSPITAL OR TREATMENT FACILITY equals 1, then
           INJURY SEVERITY should not be blank, 0, 9.

Death Date
                              DEATH DATE

  Format:  3 sets of 2 numeric

  Element Values:

     MONTH:   Blanks
              00  Not Applicable
           01-12
              99  Unknown
       DAY:   Blanks
              00  Not Applicable
           01-31
              99  Unknown
      YEAR:   Blanks
              00  Not Applicable
           86-87
              99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       The death must occur within thirty 24 hour time periods from
       time of the accident in order to be an applicable FARS death.

       This element, although it contains three (3) pieces of
       information should be treated as one element.  Therefore,
       never leave any one portion blank when another is not.

       Consistency Checks:

        (1V0P)  1.  If DEATH MONTH, DAY or YEAR equals 00, all must
                equal 00.

        (2V0P)  2.  If DEATH DAY and MONTH are greater than 00 and less
                than 99, then DEATH DAY must be a valid day for DEATH
                MONTH.

        (4V2P)  3.  If DEATH MONTH is greater than 00 and less than 13
                and DEATH DAY is blank, 99, or in error, then DEATH
                MONTH must be within one month of ACCIDENT MONTH.

        (4V1P)  4.  If DEATH MONTH is greater than 00 and less than 13
                and DEATH DAY is not blank, 99, or in error, then DEATH
                DATE must be within 30 calendar days of ACCIDENT DATE.

        (1U1F)  5.  If INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, then DEATH DATE must
                not equal 000000 and DEATH TIME must not equal 0000.

        (2U1F)  6.  If INJURY SEVERITY is not equal to 4, then DEATH
                DATE and DEATH TIME must equal 000000 and 0000,
                respectively.

        (6V0P)  7.  DEATH DATE must not be less than ACCIDENT DATE.

        (7V0P)  8.  If DEATH YEAR equals 99, then ACCIDENT MONTH must
                not be 01-11.

        (8V0P)  9.  If DEATH YEAR equals 99, then DEATH MONTH and DEATH
                DAY must equal 99.

        (9V0P) 10.  If DEATH MONTH equals 99, then DEATH DAY must equal
                99.

        (3U0P) 11.  If DEATH DATE equals ACCIDENT DATE and ACCIDENT TIME
               is not equal to 9999, then DEATH TIME must not be less
               than ACCIDENT TIME.

Death Time

                                DEATH TIME

       Format:  4 numeric

       Element Values:

            Blank
                 0000  Not Applicable
            0001-2400  Valid Military Time
            0099-2399  Known Hour but Unknown Minutes
                 9999  Unknown

  Remarks:

       In most instances, the coroner's reported death time is the
       most acceptable source for the time of death.

       Code midnight as 2400.  If minutes are unknown, code the
       actual hour and 99 for the minutes.

  Consistency Checks:

  (3U0P)  1.  If DEATH DATE equals ACCIDENT DATE and ACCIDENT TIME
          is not equal to 9999, then DEATH TIME must not be less
          than ACCIDENT TIME.

   (1U2F)  2.  If INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, then DEATH DATE must not
           equal 000000 and DEATH TIME must not equal 0000.

   (2U2F)  3.  If INJURY SEVERITY is not equal to 4, then DEATH DATE and
           DEATH TIME must equal 000000 and 0000, respectively.

Related Factors-Person Level

                     RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL

  Format:  2 numeric occurring 3 times

  If one factor is in error, all three are rejected
  If one is changed, all three must be changed

  Element Values:

       Blanks
       00  Not Applicable - Driver/ None - All Other Persons
       01  Not Visible
       02  Darting or Running into Road
       03  Improper Crossing of Roadway or Intersection
       04  Walking with or Against Traffic, Playing, Working,
           Sitting, Lying, Standing, etc. in Roadway
       05  Interfering with driver
       06  Ill, Blackout
       07  Emotional (e.g., Depression, Angry, Disturbed)
       08  Drugs - Medication
       09  Drugs - Other
       10  Inattentive (Talking, Eating, etc.)
       11  Walking With Cane or Crutches
       12  Restricted to Wheelchair
       13  Paraplegic
       14  Impaired Due to Previous Injury
       15  Deaf
       16  Blind
       17  Other Physical Impairment
       18  Mother of Dead Fetus
       19  Pedestrian Jogging

       Non-Motor Vehicle Operator Related Factors

       20  Leaving Vehicle Unattended in Roadway
       21  Overloading or Improper Loading of Vehicle with
           Passengers or Cargo
       22  Towing or Pushing Vehicle Improperly
       23  Failing to Have Lights on When Required
       24  Operating without Required Equipment
       25  Creating Unlawful Noise or Using Equipment
           Prohibited by Law
       26  Following Improperly
       27  Improper or Erratic Lane Changing
       28  Failure to Keep in Proper Lane or Running off Road
       29  Illegal Driving on Road Shoulder, in Ditch, on
           Sidewalk or on Median
       30  Making Improper Entry to or Exit from Trafficway
       33  Passing where Prohibited by Posted Signs, Pavement
           Markings, Hill or Curve, or School Bus Displaying
           Warning not to Pass
       34  Passing on Wrong Side
       35  Passing with Insufficient Distance or Inadequate
           Visibility or Failing to Yield to Overtaking Vehicle
       36  Operating the Vehicle in other Erratic, Reckless,
           Careless or Negligent Manner
       38  Failure to Yield Right of Way
       39  Failure to Obey Traffic Signs, Traffic Control Devices
           or Traffic Officers, Failure to Observe Safety Zone
       40  Passing Through or Around Barrier Positioned to
           Prohibit or Channel Traffic
       41  Failure to Observe Warnings or Instructions on
           Vehicles Displaying Them
       42  Failure to Signal Intentions
       43  Giving Wrong Signal
       44  Driving too Fast for Conditions or in Excess of
           Posted Maximum
       45  Driving Less than Posted Minimum
       46  Operating at Erratic or Suddenly Changing Speeds
       47  Making Right Turn from Left Turn Lane or
           Making Left Turn from Right Turn Lane
       48  Making other Improper Turn
       49  Driving Wrong Way on One Way Roadway
       50  Driving on Wrong Side of Road
       51  Operator Inexperience
       52  Unfamiliar with Roadway
       53  Stopping in Roadway (Vehicle not Abandoned)
       54  Underriding a Parked Truck
       55  Getting Off/Out of or On/In to Moving Transport Vehicle
       56  Getting Off/Out of or On/In to Non-Moving Transport
           Vehicle

       Vision Obscured by:

       60  Rain, Snow, Fog, Smoke, Sand, Dust
       61  Reflected Glare, Bright Sunlight, Headlights
       62  Curve, Hill, or Other Design Features (including
           Traffic Signs, Embankment)
       63  Building, Billboard, etc.
       64  Trees, Crops, Vegetation
       65  Moving Vehicle (including load)
       66  Parked Vehicle
       67  Splash or Spray of Passing Vehicle
       68  Inadequate Lighting System
       69  Obstructing Angles on Vehicle
       70  Mirrors - Rear View
       71  Mirrors - Other
       72  Other Obstruction

       Avoiding or Swerving Due to:

       73  Severe Crosswind
       74  Wind from Passing Vehicle
       75  Slippery or Loose Surface
       76  Tire Blow-out or Flat
       77  Debris or Objects in Road
       78  Ruts, Holes, Bump in Road
       79  Animals in Road
       80  Vehicle in Road
       81  Phantom Vehicle
       82  Pedestrian, Pedalcyclist or Other Nonmotorist in Road
       83  Water, Snow, Oilslick on Road
       84  Jaywalk
       85  Jog
       90  Non-Motorist Pushing a Vehicle
       99  Unknown

  Remarks:

       For forms with PERSON TYPE 1 (Driver), zero fill all three
       fields.  The related factors for the drivers are captured in
       the RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL.

       'Operator' and 'Vehicle' in factors 20-56 refer to both
       motorized and nonmotorized vehicles.

       Code information provided in the narrative by the
       investigating officer.

       The following lists those related factors that may be used
       for each person type:

            Person Type                 Valid Related Factors

               1                       00
               2, 9                    05-10, 13-18, 25, 55
               3                       01, 05-10, 13-18, 23, 25, 56
               4                       01,, 06-85

            Person Type                 Valid Related Factors

               5                       01-11, 13-19, 55-56
               6,7                     01-03, 05-10, 14-15, 17-18,
                                       20-54

  Consistency Checks:

   (1W0P)  1.  If any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 99, all
           factors must equal 99.

   (2W0P)  2.  If any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals blanks, all
           factors must equal blanks.

   (3W0P)  3.  If any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 00, all
           subsequent factors must equal 00.

   (5M0F)  4.  If PERSON TYPE equals 1, then all RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
           LEVEL must equal 00.

   (5N0F)  5.  If PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
           LEVEL must not equal 01-04, 11-12, 20-24, 26-54, 56, 60-85.

   (4W0P)  6.  A RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL between 01 and 88 can be
           used only once per person form.

   (7M0F)  7.  If PERSON TYPE equals 3, then  RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
           LEVEL must not equal 02-04, 11-12, 20-22, 24, 26-55, 60-85.

   (8M0F)  8.  If PERSON TYPE equals 4, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
           LEVEL must not equal 02-05.

   (9M0F)  9.  If PERSON TYPE equals 5, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
           LEVEL must not equal 12, 20-54, 60-85.

   (1N0F) 10.  If PERSON TYPE equals 6 or 7, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
          LEVEL must not equal 04, 11-13, 16, 55-56.

   (5W0P) 11.  If RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 18, then SEX must
          equal 2 and AGE must be greater than 12.

   (1M0F) 12.  If RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 19, then PERSON
          TYPE must equal 5.

Supplemental

                           SUPPLEMENTAL

                       PERSON LEVEL ELEMENTS

                       SP1  - Death Certificate Number

                       SP12 - Fatal Injury At Work

          CODINGINSTRUCTIONSFORDEATHCERTIFICATE NUMBER (SP1)

                     AND FATAL INJURY AT WORK (SP12)

                  DEATH CERTIFICATE NUMBER


  Format:  12 Numeric

  Element Values:   Blanks

                    0000-00-000000  Not Applicable
                                    (not a fatality)

                    Any Numeric Characters
                    9999-99-999999  Unknown

  Remarks:         This Element Does Not Appear On TheCoding Forms.
                    Itispresented on-screenbytheM.D.E. System.
                    Code the sequence number from the death certificate
                    as assigned by your State Vital Statistics Department

  The format for coding the numbers is as follows:

  First four digits _ _ _ _        City  (where death occurred)
  Next two digits     _ _          State (where death occurred)
  Last six digits   _ _ _ _ _ _    Sequence Number (as assigned
                                   by State Vital Statistics
                                   Department)

  If this person is not a fatality, zero fill this element.

  Use GSA codes for the City where the death occurred according
  to the death certificate.  These are the same GSA codes  you
  use for the City variables (A14) in the Accident Level Form:

                    0000   Not a fatality or not applicable
             0001 - 9996   GSA Codes
                    9997   Other (No GSA code available
                           for this City)
                    9999   Unknown (City  where  death
                           occurred cannot be found on
                           death certificate)

   Use GSA codes for the State where the death occurred according
   to the death certificate.  These are the State codes that you
   use for variables A1,  V1,  and P1:

               00   Not a fatality
               01   Alabama           30   Montana
               02   Alaska                    -
                       -                      -
                       -                      -
                       -                      -
                       -                      -
                       -                      -
               29   Missouri          56   Wyoming

   If the fatal crash occurred in your State, but the death
   occurred in a hospital of another State, please attempt to
   obtain the death

   Code the exact sequence number as indicated on the death
   certificate.  If the sequence number is less than six digits
   long (e.g., it is 12345 (five digits)) right justify your
   coded number and zero fill  the first  (and/or second digit)
    (_0_ _1_ _2_ _3_ _4_ _5_).

    Note that if you receive a copy of the death certificate from
    the Medical Examiner or  Coroner, it may not contain  the
    sequence  number.  The  sequence  number  needed  is  the one
    assigned  by  your  State  Vital  Statistics or Vital Records
    Department  which  is  subsequently  sent  to  the   National
    Center for  Health Statistics.  In those instances, leave the
    the sequence number  blank  until  you are able  to obtain it
    in a follow-up effort with your Vital Statistics Department.

   If thesequencenumber contains a letter in it (e.g.,N12345),
    simply ignore the letter and  code the numbers only (right
    justified), (e.g. _0_ _1_ _2_ _3_ _4_ _5_).

    If the death certificate number cannot be obtained, 9 - fill
    this element.

   If the death certificate number can be obtained, but is not yet
  received, leave this element blank until the number is     available

   Consistency Checks:


   (7E0P)  1.  If INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, then DEATH CERTIFICATE
           NUMBER must NOT equal 0000-00-000000.

   (7F0P)  2.  If DEATH CERTIFICATE NUMBER not blank or
           0000-00-000000, then INJURY SEVERITY must equal 4.

                      FATAL INJURY AT WORK

  Format:  1 Numeric

  Element Values:

          Blank
          0  No
          1  Yes
          8  Not Applicable (not a fatality)
          9  Unknown

  Remarks:

      THIS ELEMENT DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE CODING FORMS:

      It is presented on-screen by the M.D.E. System.

      THE DEATH CERTIFICATE ALSO INDICATES
      WHETHER THE VICTIM WAS ON-THE-JOB AT
      THE TIME OF FATAL INJURY.

      Use code "0"-No if the injury was not at work.
      Use code "1"-Yes if the injury was on the job.
      If the victim was not a fatality use code "8"
      -Not Applicable.
      Use code "9"-Unknown if the death certificate
      does not indicate whether the injury was at
      work or if you do not have access to death
      certificate information.

 Consistency Check:

   (7R0P)  1.  If FATAL INJURY AT WORK equals 0,1,9, then INJURY SEVERITY
           must equal 4.

   (7W0P)  2.  If FATAL INJURY AT WORK equal 8, then  INJURY SEVERITY
           must not equal 4.

  Additional Remarks:

       FATAL INJURY AT WORK SHOULD ONLY BE  DETERMINED  FROM THE
       DEATH CERTIFICATE, NOT FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE  HOWEVER, IT
       IS NOT NECESSARY TO HAVE A COPY OF THE DEATH CERTIFICATE.


APPENDIX

Error Codes 0404-1Y0P

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   040F                The NUMBER OF PERSON FORMS  given  on the
                       ACCIDENT FORM  is not equal to the  total
                       of PEDESTRIAN FORMS and VEHICLE OCCUPANTS.

   050P            If PERSON TYPE equals 3-8 and VEHICLE FORMS  SUBMITTED
                   equals 01, then NON-MOTORIST STRIKING  VEHICLE NUMBER
                   must equal 01.

   170S            If MONTH equals current month, DAY must be
                   at least 2 days prior to current day or 99.

   1A0P            If Related Factors - Accident Level = 14, then
                   Number of Vehicle Forms Submitted must be greater
                   than 01.

   1B0P            If ACCIDENT MONTH is between January and June, then MODEL
                   YEAR  must  not be greater than YEAR.

   1C0P            If ACCIDENT MONTH is between July and December, then
                   MODEL YEAR must not be more than 1 year greater than YEAR.

   1D0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 1, then BODY TYPE must
                   equal 02-09, 13, 40, 48-49, 89, 99.

   1E0P            IF IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then IMPACT
                   POINT-PRINCIPAL must equal 00.

   1G0P            IF one RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 99,
                   then both factors must equal 99.

   1H0F            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
                   SPEEDING CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   1H1F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9,  then LICENSE
                   STATE must be blank.

   1H2F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE  equals 2, 9, then  DRIVER
                   LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE must be blank.

   1H3F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE  equals  2, 9, then DRIVER
                   LICENSE STATUS must be blank.

   1H4F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, than COMPLIANCE
                   WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must be blank.

   1H6F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then VIOLATIONS
                   CHARGED  must be blank.

   1H7F            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
                   RECORDED ACCIDENTS must be blank.

   1H8F            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
                   RECORDED SUSPENSIONS must be blank.

   1H9F            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
                   DWI CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   1HAF            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then PREVIOUS
                   OTHER HARMFUL CONVICTIONS must be blank.

   1HBF            lF  DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DATE OF
                   LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be blank.

   1HCF            lF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then DATE OF FIRST
                   ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must be blank.

   1I0P            IF LICENSE STATE  equals  99,  then DRIVER LICENSE
                   STATUS must not equal 0-8.

   1J0P            IF any counter equals 99, then all counters must
                   equal 99.

   1J1P            IF any counter equals 99, then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 9999.

   1J2P            IF any counter equals 99, then DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 9999.

   1K0P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then DRIVER LICENSE TYPE
                   COMPLIANCE must not equal 0-3.

   1L0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals blanks, all
                   RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal blanks.

   1M0F            IF RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 19, then PERSON
                   TYPE must equal 5.

   1N0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 6 or 7, then RELATED
                   FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL must not equal 04, 11-13, 16,
                   55-56.

   1P0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
                   must not equal 00.

   1Q0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 1 and BODY TYPE equals 20-29,
                   then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-55, 99.

   1R0F            IF SEATING POSITION equals 51 and BODY TYPE equals
                   30-39, then INJURY SEVERITY must not equal 0, 9.

   1S0P            If MOST HARMFUL EVENT = 08-15,17,18,19-43,
                   then VEHICLE ROLE must not equal 0.

   1T0P            IF SPEED LIMIT equals 60 or 65, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                   CLASS must be blank, 01-04,09,11-13,19,99.

   1U1F            IF INJURY SEVERITY equals 6, then DEATJ DATE mwst
                   not equal 000000.

   1U2F            IF INJURY SEVERITY equals 4, DEATH TIME must not
                   equal 0000.

   1V0P            IF DEATH MONTH , DAY or YEAR equals 00, all must
                   equal 00.

   1W0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 99, all
                   factors must equal 99.

   1Y0P            IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 7, then RAIL GRADE
                   CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.

Error Codes 1Z0P-320P

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   1Z0P            IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must
                   not equal 0 for this vehicle, unless BODY TYPE equals
                   20-29 or blank for this vehicle.

   200P            If CITY is greater than 0000 and less than 9997 and
                   COUNTY is greater than 000 and less than 997, then
                   CITY and COUNTY must be valid codes for the STATE.

   210P            IF CITY is greater than 0000  and  less  than 9997,
                   then COUNTY must not equal 999.

   220P            IF LIGHT CONDITION equals 4 and STATE is not equal
                   to 02, then TIME must equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   230P            IF LIGHT CONDITION equals 5 and STATE is not equal
                   to 02, then TIME must equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999
                   (or if LIGHT CONDITION equals 5 and STATE equals 02,
                   then TIME must equal 1600-2300, 2399, 9999).

   250P            IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
                   must not equal 1, 4 or 9.

   260P            IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROUTE SIGNING
                   must equal 1.

   270P            IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1-2, then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
                   must not equal 9.

   280P            IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, ROUTE SIGNING
                   must not equal 1.

   290P            IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROUTE SIGNING
                   must not equal 5, 6.

   2B0P            IF JACKKNIFE equals 1-3, then VEHICLE TRAILERING must
                   not equal 0, 9.

   2D0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 2, then BODY TYPE must equal
                   31-40, 48-49, 55, 58-69.

   2E0P            IF IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 01-16, 99, then
                   IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL must not equal 00.

   2F0F            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 00, then DRIVER PRESENCE
                   must equal 2.

   2G0P            IF either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals blanks,
                   then the other factor must also equal blanks.

   2H0F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then RELATED
                   FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 01-12, 19, 49,
                   52-53, 59-90.

   2I0P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then COMPLIANCE WITH
                   LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   2J0P            IF all counters are not blanks and any counter not
                   equal to 00, 99, then  DATE  OF  LAST  ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must not equal 0000, 9999.

   2J1P            IF all counters are not blanks and any counter not
                   equal to 00, 99,  then  DATE  OF  FIRST  ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION  must not equal  0000, 9999.

   2K0P            DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must
                   be less  than  or  equal  to  DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   2L0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 99, then all
                   RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal 99.

   2M0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION must not
                   equal 00, 21-55.

   2P0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   2Q0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 01-02,
                   04, 10, 50-54, 58-59, 69, 80, 82,  then SEATING
                   POSITION must not equal 00, 31-50.

   2R0P            IF MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY TYPE
                   must not equal 20-29.

   2S0P            IF MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 5, then AUTOMATIC
                   RESTRAINT SYSTEM must equal 0.

   2U1F            IF INJURY SEVERITY is not equal to 4, then DEATH DATE
                   must equal 000000 .

   2U2F            IF INJURY SEVERITY is not equal to 4, then DEATH TIME
                   must equal 0000 .

   2V0P            IF DEATH DAY and MONTH are greater than 00 and less
                   than 99, then DEATH DAY must be a valid day for DEATH
                   MONTH.

   2W0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals blanks, all
                   factors must equal blanks.

   2X0F            IF VEHICLE NUMBER equals 00, then PERSON TYPE must not
                   equal 1-2, 9.

   2Z0F            IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER OF
                   VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

   300P            IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 4, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                   CLASS must not equal 11-16, 19.

   310P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 02, 03 then
                   FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 2, 5, 9.

   320P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 04, then FEDERAL-AID
                   SYSTEM must equal 4, 5, 9.

Error Codes 330P-440F

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   330P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 05, then FEDERAL-AID
                   SYSTEM must equal 5, 9.

   340P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 15, then FEDERAL-AID
                   SYSTEM must equal 3, 5, 9.

   350P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12, 13, 14 then
                   FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 2, 3, 5, 9.

   360P            IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 06, 16 then
                   FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 5, 9.

   3A0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 7, then BODY TYPE must equal
                   70-72,74-76,78-79, 89-99.

   3B0P            IF JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then TRAVEL SPEED must not
                   equal 00.

   3C0P            IF EXTENT OF DEFORMATION equals 6, then MANNER OF
                   LEAVING SCENE must not equal 1.

   3D0P            IF SPECIAL USE for any vehicle equals 2, then SCHOOL
                   BUS RELATED must equal 1.

   3E0P            IF IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 00, then VEHICLE ROLE
                   must not equal 1-3, 9.

   3F0F            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 97, then INJURY SEVERITY
                   must not equal 0, 9, unless PERSON TYPE equals 1.

   3G0P            IF the first RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 00,
                   then the other factor must also equal 00.

   3H0F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 1, then there must be one
                   and only one Person Level form for that vehicle with
                   PERSON TYPE equal to 1, or there must be no Person
                   Level form for that vehicle with PERSON TYPE equal to
                   1 and at least two Person Level forms for that vehicle
                   with PERSON TYPE equal to 9.

   3I1P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver history
                   counters PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS must equal 99.

   3I2P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver history
                   counters PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS AND REVOCATIONS
                   must equal 99.

   3I3P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver history
                   counters PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS must equal 99.

   3I4P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver history
                   counters PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS must equal 99.

   3I5P            IF LICENSE STATE equals 99, then all driver history
                   counters PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS must
                   equal 99.

   3J0P            IF all counters equal 00, then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 0000.

   3J1P            IF all counters equal 00, DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must equal 0000.

   3K0P            DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must
                   be less than or equal to ACCIDENT DATE.

   3L0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 00, then all
                   remaining RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must equal 00.

   3M0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                   must not equal 4.

   3P0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then INJURY SEVERITY must
                   not equal 6.

   3Q0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and BODY TYPE equals 01-52,
                   54-58, 67-68, 73, 77, 80-82, 88, then SEATING POSITION
                   must not equal 00, 50.

   3R0P            IF AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then SEATING
                   POSITION must not equal 00, 21-55.

   3S0P            IF SEATING POSITION equals 55, then EJECTION must
                   equal 0.

   3U0P            IF DEATH DATE equals ACCIDENT DATE, then DEATH TIME
                   must not be less than ACCIDENT TIME.

   3W0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL equals 00, all
                   subsequent factors must equal 00.

   3X0F            IF VEHICLE NUMBER is greater than 00, then PERSON TYPE
                   must not equal 3-8.

   400P            IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                   CLASS must equal 01, 11 or  IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS
                   equals 01 11, then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM must equal 1.

   410P            IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM does not equal 9, then ROADWAY
                   FUNCTION CLASS must not equal 09, 19.

   420P            IF MANNER OF COLLISION equals 5 or 6, then there must
                   be at least two vehicle with IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equal
                   to 01-05, 07-11, 99.

   430P            IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 3 then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                   CLASS must not equal 01-09, 99.

   440F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15, and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 1, then there must be at
                   least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
                   equal to 01-04, 09-14, 19, 99.

Error Codes 450F-4K3P

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   450F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09, or 15, and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then there must be at
                   least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
                   equal to 14.

   460F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09, or 15, and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 2, then there must be at
                   least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION
                   equal to 05, 15.

   470F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09, or 15, and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 3, 8, then there must be
                   at least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST
                   LOCATION equal to 05, 18, 99.

   480F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09, or 15 and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 4, 6, then there must be
                   at least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST
                   LOCATION equal to 05-06, 16, 18-19, 99.

   490F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and
                   RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 5, then there must be at
                   least one Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST
                   LOCATION equal to 17.

   4A0P            IF BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then SPECIAL USE must not
                   equal 1-3, 6, 7.

   4B0P            AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM, MAKE, MODEL, MODEL YEAR
                   are inconsistent.

   4D0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 3, then BODY TYPE must equal
                   30-40, 48-49.

   4E1P            IF no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and IMPACT
                   POINT-INITIAL equals 15, then there must be another
                   vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal to 70-72,
                   74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal to 2,3.

   4E2P            IF no RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55 and IMPACT
                   POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 15, then there must be another
                   vehicle in the accident with BODY TYPE equal to 70-72,
                   74-76, 78-79 and with VEHICLE ROLE equal to 2,3.

   4F1P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 01-05, 07-09, 12, 56, 68, 88, then NUMBER OF
                   OCCUPANTS must not be greater than 15.

   4F2P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 06, 11, 55, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not
                   be greater than 22.

   4F3P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 13, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be greater
                   than 25.

   4F4P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 20-29, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be
                   greater than 5.

   4F5P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 42, 52, 77, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not
                   be greater than 30.

   4F6P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 70-73, 75-76, 78-79, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS
                   must not be greater than 55.

   4F7P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 74, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be
                   greater than 50.

   4F8P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 80, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be greater
                   than 10.

   4F9P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 82, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be greater
                   than 20.

   4F0P            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                   equals 99, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS must not be greater
                   than 10.

   4G0P            A RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL between 01 and 32 can
                   be used only once per vehicle form.

   4H0F            IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, 9, then there must not
                   be a Person Level form for that vehicle with PERSON
                   TYPE equal to 1.

   4J0P            IF all counters are not blanks and the sum of all
                   counters less than 99 is equal to 1, then DATE OF
                   LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION must  equal
                   DATE OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   4K0P            IF Month of DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION equals 00, then Year (of same) must
                   equal 00.

   4K1P            IF Year of DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT,SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION equals 00, then Month (of same) must
                   equal 00.

   4K2P            IF Month of DATE OF FIRST ACCCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION equals 00, then Year (of same) must
                   equal 00.

   4K3P            IF Year of DATE OF FIRST  ACCIDENT,  SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION equals 00, then Year (of same) must
                   equal 00.

Error Codes 4L0P-5F0F

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   4L0P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 49, then
                   COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal
                   0-1, 3, 9.

   4M0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, 2, 9, then NON-MOTORIST
                   LOCATION  must not equal 01-19, 99.

   4Q0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and BODY TYPE equals
                   20-29, then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00,
                   13-19, 22-50.

   4R0P            IF SEATING POSITION equals 54, then VEHICLE TRAILERING
                   must not equal 0.

   4S0P            IF BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EJECTION must equal 0.

   4U0F            IF no Person Level form has INJURY SEVERITY equal to 4,
                   case will be marked as flawed.

   4V1P            IF ACCIDENT MONTH is not equal to 99 and ACCIDENT DAY
                   is not equal to 99, and DEATH MONTH is not equal to
                   99 and not blanks, and DEATH DAY is not equal to 99
                   and not blanks, then DEATH DAY must be within 30
                   calendar days of the ACCIDENT DATE.

   4V2P            IF ACCIDENT MONTH is equal to 12 and DEATH MONTH is
                   equal to 01, then DEATH YEAR must equal ACCIDENT YEAR
                   plus 1.

   4V3P            IF ACCIDENT MONTH is equal to 12, then DEATH MONTH must
                   equal 12, 01, 99, or blanks.

   4V4P            IF ACCIDENT MONTH is equal to 02 to 11 and DEATH MONTH
                   is not equal to 99 or blanks, then DEATH MONTH must
                   equal ACCIDENT MONTH or ACCIDENT MONTH plus 1.

   4V5P            IF ACCIDENT MONTH is equal to 01 and DEATH MONTH is
                   not equal to 99 or blanks, then DEATH MONTH must equal
                   ACCIDENT MONTH or ACCIDENT MONTH plus 1 or ACCIDENT
                   MONTH plus 2.

   4V6P            IF DEATH MONTH is not equal to blanks, then DEATH DAY
                   and DEATH YEAR must not equal blanks.

   4V7P            IF DEATH DAY is not equal to blanks, then DEATH MONTH
                   and DEATH YEAR must not equal blanks.

   4V8P            IF DEATH YEAR is not equal to blanks, then DEATH MONTH
                   and DEATH DAY must not equal blanks.

   4W0P            A RELATED FACTORS-PERSON LEVEL between 01 and 88 can
                   be used only once per person form.

   4X0F            IF NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to 00,
                   then PERSON TYPE must not equal 3-8.

   4Z0F            IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then FIRE OCCURENCE
                   for this vehicle must equal 1 or blank.

   500F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01-11, 14-44, then
                   MANNER OF COLLISION must not equal 1-6.

   510F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12-13, then MANNER OF
                   COLLISION must not equal 0.

   520F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
                   DEVICE must not equal 01-09, 20-50, 98.

   530F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09 or 15 and RELATION
                   TO ROADWAY equals 9, then there must be at least one
                   Person Level form with NON-MOTORIST LOCATION equal to
                   09, 19, 99.

   540F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 02, then at least one
                   vehicle must have FIRE OCCURRENCE equal to 1 or blank.

   550F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one
                   person must have PERSON TYPE equal 5.

   560F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one
                   person must have PERSON TYPE equals to 6-7.

   570F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
                   PERSON TYPE equal to 1-2, 9 must have INJURY SEVERITY
                   equal to 1-5 or blank.

   580F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 14, then RELATION TO
                   ROADWAY must not equal 1.

   590F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one
                   Person Level form must have a PERSON TYPE code of 3-4,
                   8.

   5A0P            IF BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then ROLLOVER must equal
                   0.

   5B0P            IF JACKKINFE equals 0 and BODY TYPE equals 74, then
                   VEHICLE TRAILERING must not equal 1-4.

   5D0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 4, then BODY TYPE must equal
                   01-13, 20-30, 38-41, 48-51, 53-72, 74-76, 78-79, 82-99.

   5E1P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55, and
                   IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL does not equal 15, then
                   IMPACT POINT PRINCIPAL must equal 15.

   5E2P            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 55, then
                   IMPACT POINT-INITIAL does not equal 15, then IMPACT
                   POINT PRINCIPAL must equal 15.

   5F0F            IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS equals 00-96, and BODY TYPE
                   does not equal 30, 31, 32, 33, 38, 39, then the number
                   of Person Level forms for that vehicle must be less
                   than or equal to the NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS.

Error Codes 5G0P-6V0P

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   5G0P            IF RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 31, then TRAVEL
                   SPEED must not equal 00.

   5I0P            IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4 then COMPLIANCE
                   WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 1-3, 9.

   5J0P            IF the sum of all counters less than 99 is greater
                   than fifteen, then DATE OF LAST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION must not equal DATE  OF  FIRST  ACCIDENT,
                   SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   5K0P            The Year of  DATE  OF  FIRST  ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,
                   CONVICTION must be within three years of the Year of
                   ACCIDENT DATE.

   5L0F            IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 20, then
                   DRIVER PRESENCE must not equal 1, 3, 9.

   5M0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then all RELATED FACTORS-
                   PERSON LEVEL must equal 00.

   5N0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then RELATED FACTORS-
                   PERSON LEVEL must not equal 01-04, 11-12, 20-24, 26-54,
                   56, 60-85.

   5Q0F            IF PERSON TYPE equals 2 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
                   then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00-50, 52-54, 99.

   5R0P            IF AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-4, then BODY
                   TYPE must equal 01-12, 56, 68, 88.

   5S0P            IF BODY TYPE equals 20-29, then EXTRICATION must
                   equal 0.

   5W0P            IF RELATED FACTORS -PERSON LEVEL equals 18, then SEX
                   must equal 2 and AGE must be greater than 12.

   5X0F            IF NON-MOTORIST STRIKING VEHICLE NUMBER is equal to
                   01-99, then PERSON TYPE must not equal 1-2, 9.

   5Y0F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, 09, 15 then NUMBER
                   OF NON-MOTORIST-FORMS must not equal 00.

   5Z0F            IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 08, then at least one
                   person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 5.

   610P            IF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 00, then TRAFFIC
                   CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must equal 0.

   620P            IF HIT-AND-RUN equals 1, then NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS
                   SUBMITTED must not be less than 02.

   630P            IF HIT-AND-RUN equals 1-3, then there must be at least
                   one vehicle with one  RELATED  FACTORS-VEHICLE  LEVEL
                   equal to 31.

   640F            IF HIT-AND-RUN equals 2, then there must be at least
                   one PERSON TYPE equal to 3-8.

   650P            IF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE equals 60-80, then RAIL
                   GRADE CROSSING IDENTIFIER must not equal 0000000.

   660P            IF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE is not equal to 00, then
                   TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTIONING must not equal 0.

   670F            IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 12 or 13, then NUMBER
                   OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED must be greater than 01.

   6A1P            lF IMPACT POINT-INITIAL  equals 15, then BODY TYPE
                   must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE ROLE
                   must equal 1 or 3.

   6A2P            lF IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL  equals 15, then BODY TYPE
                   must equal 01-13, 50-59, 67-69, 88 and VEHICLE ROLE
                   must equal 1 or 3.

   6B0P            IF JACKKNIFE equals 1-3, then BODY TYPE must equal 74.

   6D0P            IF SPECIAL USE equals 5, then BODY TYPE must equal
                   01-13, 20-31 38-41, 48-51, 53-72, 74-76, 78-80, 82,
                   88-99.

   6E1P            IF IMPACT POINT-INITIAL equals 16, then BODY TYPE
                   must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1
                   or 3.

   6E2P           IF IMPACT POINT-PRINCIPAL equals 16, then BODY TYPE
                  must not equal 20-29 and VEHICLE ROLE must equal 1
                  or 3.

   6G0P           IF RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 32, then
                  REGISTRATION STATE must not equal 00, 92.

   6H0P           IF DRIVER PRESENCE equal 2,9 then DRIVER ZIP CODE
                  must be blank.

   6I0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then COMPLIANCE
                  WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal 0-3.

   6J0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0, then DRIVER LICENSE
                  TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 2, 3, 9.

   6K0P           IF VIOLATION CHARGED equals 5, then RELATED FACTORS-
                  DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   6L0P           IF COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTICTIONS equals 1 and
                  RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER
                  LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 3.

   6M0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION must
                  not equal 00.

   6Q0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9 and BODY TYPE equals 70-79,
                  then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 31-49.

   6R0P           IF SEATING POSITION equals 12, 18, 22, 28, 31-50, 52,
                  54-55, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM must not equal 1, 3.

   6S0P           IF EJECTION equals 1, then EXTRICATION must not equal
                  1, 9.

   6V0P           DEATH DATE must not be less than ACCIDENT DATE.

Error Codes 6Z0F-870P

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   6Z0F           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 09, then at least one
                  person must have PERSON TYPE equal to 6, 7.

   700P           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 6, 7 then LAND USE
                  must equal 2.

   710P           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 2, 5, then LAND USE
                  must equal 1.

   720P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FEDERAL-AID
                  SYSTEM must not equal 4.

   730P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then RELATION TO
                  ROADWAY must not equal 4-7, 9.

   740P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
                  must equal 2-3.

   750P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then RAIL GRADE
                  CROSSING IDENTIFIER must equal 0000000.

   760P           IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                  CLASS must not equal 01, 11, 12.

   770P           IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then RELATION TO
                  JUNCTION must not equal 2, 4, 6, 8.

   780P           IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then NUMBER OF
                  TRAVEL LANES must not equal 1.

   790P           IF RELATION TO ROADWAY equals 7, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
                  must not equal 2-3.

   7A0F           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01, then ROLLOVER must
                  equal 1 or blank for at least one vehicle, or BODY
                  TYPE must equal 20-29 or blank for at least one vehicle.

   7B0F           IF JACKKNIFE equals 2, 3, then DRIVER PRESENCE must
                  equal 1.

   7D0P           IF SPECIAL USE equals 6, then BODY TYPE must equal 11,
                  40-41, 48-49, 53-55, 58-70, 78-79, 88-99.

   7E0P           IF INJURY SEVERITY equal 4, then DEATH CERTIFICATE
                  NUMBER must NOT equal 00000000000.

   7F0P           IF DEATH CERTIFICATE NUMBER not blank or 00000000000,
                  then INJURY SEVERITY must equal 4.

   7G0P           IF RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 31, then
                  HIT-AND-RUN must not equal 0.

   7I0P           IF COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS equals 1 and
                  RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 19, then DRIVER
                  LICENSE STATUS must equal 5, 6.

   7J0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4 then DRIVER LICENSE
                  TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 3, 9.

   7K0P           IF VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 5, then DRIVER LICENSE
                  STATUS must equal 1 or 2.

   7L0P           A RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL between 01 and 91 can
                  be used only once per driver form.

   7M0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 3, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
                  LEVEL must not equal 02-04, 11-12, 20-22, 24, 26-55,
                  60-85.

   7N0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then SEATING POSITION must
                  not equal 11-55, 99.

   7P0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then AGE must not be less
                  than 04.

   7Q0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals  9 and BODY TYPE equals 30-39,
                  then SEATING POSITION must not equal 00, 12-50, 52-54.

   7R0P           IF FATAL INJURY AT WORK equal 0,1,9 then INJURY SEVERITY
                  must equal 4.

   7V0P           IF DEATH YEAR equals 99, then ACCIDENT MONTH must
                  not be 01-11.

   7W0P           IF FATAL INJURY AT WORK equal 8, then INJURY SEVERITY
                  must not equal 4.

   7Z0F           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 05-06, then at least one
                  occupant of this vehicle (PERSON TYPES 1-2, 9), must
                  have INJURY SEVERITY equal to 1-5 or blank.

   800P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 1, then TRAFFIC
                  CONTROL DEVICE must not equal 01.

   810P           IF any RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 05,
                  then ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION must not equal 1,
                  3-5, 8, 9.

   830P           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 6, then RELATION TO
                  ROADWAY must equal 1.

   840P           IF any RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 99, then
                  all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must equal 99.

   850P           IF the first RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 00,
                  then all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must be 00.
                  If the second equals 00, then the third must also.

   860P           IF any RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL is blank, then
                  all RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL must be blanks.

   870P           A RELATED FACTOR-ACCIDENT LEVEL between 01 and 07 and
                  between 15 and 17 can be used only once per accident.

Error Codes 880F-A180

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   880F           If RELATED FACTORS-ACCIDENT LEVEL equals 15 or 16,
                  then there must be a Person Level form with PERSON
                  TYPE equal to 3-8.

   8B0P           IF JACKKNIFE equals 2-3, then VEHICLE MANEUVER must
                  not equal 03-04, 06-08, 15.

   8G0P           IF any RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 90, then one
                  RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL must equal 31.

   8I0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 0-4, 7-9, then
                  RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   8J0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 1-9 then DRIVER LICENSE
                  TYPE COMPLIANCE must not equal 0.

   8L0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE equals 0-1, 2, 9,
                  then RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL must not equal 19.

   8M0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 4, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
                  LEVEL must not equal 02-05.

   8N0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                  must equal 0.

   8P0P           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1 and AGE is less than 09, then
                  BODY TYPE must not equal 01-07, 09-13, 30-59, 67-79, 83.

   8S0P           IF METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 9 then POLICE
                  REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT must equal 0, 1, 8 or 9.

   8V0P           IF DEATH YEAR equals 99, then DEATH MONTH and DEATH DAY
                  must equal 99.

   8Z0F           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 15, then at least one
                  Person Level form must have a PERSON TYPE code of 3-4,8.

   900P           Inconsistent MODEL/BODY TYPE (see applicable codes
                  in C&V manual).

   910P           IF any one of the fields MAKE, MODEL, BODY TYPE, MODEL
                  YEAR, and VIN is blank, then the other four must also
                  be blank.

   921P           Inconsistent MAKE/MODEL/MODEL YEAR (see applicable
                  codes in C&V manual).

   960P           Inconsistent MAKE/MODEL/BODY TYPE (see applicable codes
                  in C&V manual).

   9G0P           IF TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE MANEUVER
                  must equal 04, 98, or 99.

   9I0P           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then DRIVER
                  LICENSE TYPE COMPLIANCE must equal 1, 9.

   9J0P           IF LICENSE/CLASS VEHICLE COMPLIANCE equals 0-1, then
                  COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE RESTRICTIONS must not equal
                  1-3, 9.

   9K0P           IF HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then REGISTRATION STATE
                  must not equal 00.

   9L0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
                  LEVEL equals 12, then SEX must equal 2 and AGE must
                  be greater than 12.

   9M0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 5, then RELATED FACTORS-PERSON
                  LEVEL must not equal 12, 20-54, 60-85.

   9N0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT
                  SYSTEM must not equal 1-4, 9.

   9P0F           IF PERSON TYPE equals 3-8, then EXTRICATION must not
                  equal 1, 9.

   9V0P           IF DEATH MONTH equals 99, then DEATH DAY must equal 99.

   A010           IF STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 4, then
                  TIME should equal 0300-0900, 0999, 9999.

   A020           IF STATE equals 02 and LIGHT CONDITION equals 5, then
                  TIME should equal 1600-2200, 2299, 9999.

   A030           IF MONTH equals 05-09, then ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS
                  should not equal 3 or 4.

   A040           IF MONTH equals 05-09, then ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION
                  should not equal 3 or 4.

   A050           IF TIME equals 0900-1600, 1699, then LIGHT CONDITION
                  should not equal 2-5.

   A060           IF TIME equals 2300-0400, 0499, then LIGHT CONDITION
                  should not equal 1, 4, 5, 9.

   A070           IF NOTIFICATION TIME EMS is not 0000 or 9999, then
                  NOTIFICATION TIME EMS should not be more than 120
                  minutes later than TIME.

   A080           IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2 and FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
                  equals 12 and NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED equals
                  02, then one RELATED FACTOR-DRIVER LEVEL should equal
                  20.

   A090           IF NUMBER OF VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED is greater than 1,
                  then there should be at least one vehicle with TRAVEL
                  SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.

   A100           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is not equal to 2, 4, 5, 8, 9,
                  15, 16, 18, then there should be one vehicle with
                  TRAVEL SPEED of 01-97, 99, or blank.

   A110           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                  CLASS should not equal 01, 11, 12.

   A120           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 02, 11, 12, 13 then
                  FEDERAL-AID should not equal 9.

   A130           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 02 or 11, 12, 13
                  then NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES should not equal 1.

   A140           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 11, 12 then
                  TRAFFICWAY FLOW should not equal 4 or 9.

   A150           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 11, 12 then
                  RELATION TO JUNCTION should equal 1, 4, 6, 8 or 9.

   A160           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 02, 04, 11, 12,

   A170           IF ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE equals 5, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                  CLASS should not equal 01, 02, 03, 11-15.

   A180           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01,11 then SPECIAL
                  JURISDICTION should not equal 1-5, 8, 9.

Error Codes A190-D030

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   A190           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 12, then SPECIAL
                  JURISDICTION should not equal 4.

   A200           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                  CLASS should not equal 04, 05, 06, 16.

   A210           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 11, 12 then TRAFFIC
                  CONTROL DEVICE should not equal 01-03, 07, 20, 40-80.

   A220           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 01, 11, then SPEED
                  LIMIT should not equal 05-40.

   A230           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then ROADWAY FUNCTION
                  CLASS should not equal 1.

   A240           IF ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS equals 1, then TRAVEL SPEED
                  should not equal 05-40.

   A250           IF FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM equals 1, then MOST HARMFUL EVENT
                  should not equal 10.

   A260           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 3-6, 8 then FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
                  should not equal 9.

   A270           IF ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE equals 5, the FEDERAL-AID SYSTEM
                  should not equal 1-4.

   A280           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPECIAL JURISDICTION
                  should not equal 1-5, 8, 9.

   A290           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then RELATION TO JUNCTION
                  should not equal 2-3, 5, 7.

   A300           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
                  should not equal 1, 4.

   A310           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES
                  should not equal 1.

   A320           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then SPEED LIMIT
                  should not equal 05-40.

   A330           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1-2, then ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE
                  should not equal 3-5, 8.

   A340           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE
                  should not equal 01-03, 07, 20, 40-80.

   A350           IF ROUTE SIGNING equals 1, then FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
                  should not equal 10.

   A360           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then ROUTE SIGNING
                  should not equal 4.

   A370           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 99, then MANNER OF
                  COLLISION should not equal 0-6.

   A380           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 01-07, 16-44, then
                  HIT-AND-RUN should not equal 1-3.

   A390           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 19-44, then RELATION
                  TO ROADWAY should not equal 1 or 7.

   A400           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 13, then RELATION TO
                  JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   A410           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 8, then FIRST HARMFUL
                  EVENT should not equal 08, 09, 14.

   A420           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then RELATION TO
                  JUNCTION should equal 7.

   A430           IF MANNER OF COLLISON equals 2, then VEHICLE ROLE
                  should equal 1.

   A440           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 7, then TRAFFIC
                  CONTROL DEVICE should equal 60-80.

   A450           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then RELATION TO
                  JUNCTION should equal 7.

   A460           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 13, then RELATION TO
                  JUNCTION should not equal 2-7.

   A470           IF TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 2-3, then NUMBER OF
                  TRAVEL LANES should not equal 1.

   A480           IF TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 1, then NUMBER OF TRAVEL
                  LANES should not equal 1.

   A490           IF TRAFFICWAY FLOW equals 2-3, then ROADWAY SURFACE
                  TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

   A500           IF NUMBER OF TRAVEL LANES equals 3-7, then ROADWAY
                  SURFACE TYPE should not equal 4-5, 8.

   A510           IF ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS equals 2-4, 6-7, then
                  ROADWAY SURFACE CONDITION should not equal 1, 5, 8, 9.

   A520           IF MOST HARMFUL EVENT equals 10, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
                  DEVICE should not equal 01-09, 20-50, 98.

   A530           IF VEHICLE MANEUVER equals 10-11, then TRAFFIC CONTROL
                  DEVICE should equal 01-03.

   A540           ARRIVAL TIME EMS should not be more than 120 minutes
                  later than NOTIFICATION TIME EMS.

   A550           EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL should not be more than 60 minutes
                  later than ARRIVAL TIME EMS.

   A560           EMS TIME AT HOSPITAL should not be more than 180 minutes
                  later than NOTIFICATION TIME EMS.

   A600           IF FEDERAL AID SYSTEM equals 1, then FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
                  should not equal 10.

   A610           IF RELATION TO JUNCTION equals 6, then TRAFFICWAY FLOW
                  should equal 4.

   A700           If SPEED LIMIT = 60,65, then ROADWAY FUNCTION CLASS
                  should not equal 2 - 4, 9, 11 - 13, 19, 99.

   D010           IF LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver history
                  counters PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS should equal 99.

   D020           IF LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver history
                  counters PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS AND REVOCATIONS
                  should equal 99.

   D030           IF LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver history
                  counters PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS should equal 99.

Error Codes D040-V970

   Error
   Code                           Error Test

   D040           IF LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver history
                  counters PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS should equal 99.

   D050           IF LICENSE STATE equals 95-97, then all driver history
                  counters PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS should
                  equal 99.

   D060           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1 and DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
                  equals 1-8, then AGE should not be less than 15.

   D080           IF VIOLATION CHARGED equals 1-8, then RELATED
                  FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL should not all equal 00, 99.

   D090           IF VIOLATIONS CHARGED equals 1, 3 and PERSON TYPE
                  equals 1, then POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT
                  should equal 1.

   D100           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
                  history counters PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS should
                  equal 99.

   D110           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
                  history counters PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS AND
                  REVOCATIONS should equal 99.

   D120           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
                  history counters PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS should
                  equal 99.

   D130           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
                  history counters PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS should
                  equal 99.

   D140           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS equals 9, then all driver
                  history counters PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS
                  should equal 99.

   D150           IF the sum of all counters less than 99 is  greater
                  than five but less than fifteen , then DATE OF LAST
                  ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION,CONVICTION should not equal DATE
                  OF FIRST ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION, CONVICTION.

   D160           IF DRIVER LICENSE STATUS does not equal 9, then DRIVER
                  ZIP CODE should not equal 9.

   D170           IF LICENSE STATE does not equal 99, then DRIVER ZIP CODE
                  should not equal 99999.

   D210           UNLIKELY: PREVIOUS RECORDED ACCIDENTS is greater than
                  5 and not equal to 99.

   D220           UNLIKELY: PREVIOUS RECORDED SUSPENSIONS AND REVOCATIONS
                  is greater than 5 and not equal to 99.

   D230           UNLIKELY: PREVIOUS DWI CONVICTIONS is greater than 5 and
                  not equal to 99.

   D240           UNLIKELY: PREVIOUS SPEEDING CONVICTIONS is greater
                  than 5 and not equal to 99.

   D250           UNLIKELY: PREVIOUS OTHER HARMFUL MV CONVICTIONS is
                  greater than 5 and not equal to 99.

   FA0F           IF FIRST HARMFUL EVENT equals blank, case status is
                  flawed.

   FD0F           IF DRIVER PRESENCE is blank, case status is flawed.

   FP0F           IF PERSON TYPE is blank, case status is flawed.

   P010           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then AGE should not be
                  less than 12.

   P020           IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                  equals 4, then AGE should not be greater than 04.

   P030           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1, then SEATING POSITION should
                  not equal 12-19.

   P040           IF PERSON TYPE equals 2, 9, then SEATING POSITION
                  should not equal 11.

   P050           IF EJECTION equals 1, then MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                  should not equal 1-4 or 8.

   P060           IF EJECTION equals 1, then AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                  should not equal 1 or 3.

   P070           IF POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 1, then
                  ALCOHOL TEST RESULT should not equal 95-96.

   P080           ALCOHOL TEST RESULT should not equal 41-94.

   P090           IF TAKEN TO HOSPITAL OR TREATMENT FACILITY equals 1,
                  then INJURY SEVERITY should not be blank, 0, 9.

   P100           IF SEATING POSITION equal 21, 23, then MANUAL RESTRAINT
                  SYSTEM should not equal 1, 3.

   P110           IF PERSON TYPE equal 2, 3 and SEATING POSITION does not
                  equal 00, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, then MANUAL RESTRAINT
                  SYSTEM USE should not equal 3.

   P116            IF MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM equals 1-3, then
                   AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM should not equal 1, 2.

   P117           IF METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION equals 1 - 5, 8
                  then POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT should equal
                  0, 1.

   P118           IF POLICE REPORTED ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT equals 8, 9
                  then METHOD OF ALCOHOL DETERMINATION should equal 9.

   U010           UNLIKELY: SPECIAL JURISDICTION is equal to 4 or 5.

   U020           UNLIKELY: FIRST HARMFUL EVENT is equal to 02, 04,
                  06 or 20.

   U030           UNLIKELY: MANNER OF COLLISION is equal to 3.

   U040           UNLIKELY: REGISTRATION STATE is equal to 97.

   U050           UNLIKELY: SPECIAL USE is equal to 2, 3, 4 OR 6.

   U060           UNLIKELY: VEHICLE ROLE is equal to 9.

   U120           UNLIKELY: AGE is greater than 92 and not equal to 99.

   U130           UNLIKELY: SEATING POSITION is equal to 31, 32, 33 or 38.

   U140           UNLIKELY: AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM is equal to 1, 2,
                  3 or 4.

   U150           UNLIKELY: NON-MOTORIST LOCATION is equal to 14 or 16.

   U160           UNLIKELY: INJURY SEVERITY is equal to 6.

   U170           UNLIKELY: MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM is equal to 1.

   V010           MODEL YEAR should not be less than 40.

   V020           IF VEHICLE TRAILERING equals 1, then BODY TYPE
                  should not equal 20-29, 30-32, 80, 82.

   V030           IF either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 12, 15,
                  then BODY TYPE should not equal 20-29.

   V040           IF either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15, then
                  BODY TYPE should not equal 80.

   V050           IF PERSON TYPE equals 1-2, 9 and MANUAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
                  equals 5, then BODY TYPE should equal 20-29.

   V060           IF SPECIAL USE equals 4, then REGISTRATION STATE should
                  not equal 00-02, 04-06, 08-13, 15-51, 53-56, 92-95,
                  97-99.

   V070           IF HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then REGISTRATION STATE
                  should not equal 92.

   V080           IF TRAVEL SPEED equals 00, then VEHICLE ROLE should
                  not equal 1.

   V090           IF HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
                  should not equal 0-4, 7, 8.

   V100           IF HAZARDOUS CARGO equals 1 and RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER
                  LEVEL does not equal 19, then DRIVER LICENSE STATUS
                  should not equal 1, 2.

   V110           IF either RELATED FACTORS-VEHICLE LEVEL equals 15, then
                  VEHICLE TRAILERING should not equal 0.

   V120           IF DRIVER PRESENCE equals 2, then VEHICLE ROLE should
                  not equal 0 or 9.

   V130           IF RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 33-35, then
                  VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 05.

   V140           IF RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 81-86, then
                  VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 09.

   V150           IF RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 27, then
                  VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 16.

   V160           IF RELATED FACTORS-DRIVER LEVEL equals 54, then
                  VEHICLE MANEUVER should equal 04.

   V170           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 01-05, 07-09, 12, 56, 68, 88, then NUMBER OF
                  OCCUPANTS should not be greater than 8.

   V180           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 06, 11, 55, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should
                  not be greater than 12.

   V190           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 13, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 15.

   V200           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 20-29, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 2.

   V210           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 42, 52, 77, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not
                  be greater than 12.

   V220           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 70-73, 75-76, 78-79, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS
                  should not be greater than 12.

   V230           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 74, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 5.

   V240           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 80, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 2.

   V250           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 82, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 8.

   V260           IF NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS is less than 97 and BODY TYPE
                  equals 99, then NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS should not be
                  greater than 5.

   V270           Possible error in VIN character types or number of
                  characters.

   V280           Possible error in VIN check digit.

   V290           Possible error in VIN or MODEL YEAR.

   V300           Possible error in VIN Production Number.

   V310          IF SEATING POSITION equals 21, 22, 23, 28, or 29 and
                 VEHICLE MAKE, MODEL, and MODEL YEAR is contained in
                 VEHICLE RESTAINT TABLE then MANUAL RESTRAINT should
                 equal 0,3,8, or 9.

   V970           Possible error in VIN, MODEL YEAR or VEHICLE MAKE


RECORD LAYOUT

Accident


   Variable    Label
 -------------------------------------
   ALIGNMNT    ALIGNMENT
   ARR_HOUR
   ARR_MIN
   C_M_ZONE    CONSTR/MAINT ZONE
   CF1         RELATED FACTOR 1
   CF2         RELATED FACTOR 2
   CF3         RELATED FACTOR 3
   CITY
   COUNTY
   DAY
   DAY_WEEK    DAY OF WEEK
   DRUNK_DR    DRUNK DRIVERS
   FATALS      FATALITIES
   FED_AID
   HARM_EV     FIRST HARMFUL EVENT
   HIT_RUN     HIT AND RUN
   HOSP_HR
   HOSP_MN
   HOUR
   LGT_COND    LIGHT CONDITION
   MAN_COLL    MANNOR OF COLLISION
   MILEPT      MILEPOINT
   MINUTE
   MONTH
   NO_LANES    LANES
   NOT_HOUR
   NOT_MIN
   PAVE_TYP    ROADWAY SURFACE TYPE
   PERSONS
   PROFILE     ROADWAY PROFILE
   RAIL        RAIL XING ID
   REL_JUNC    RELATION TO JUNCTION
   REL_ROAD    RELATION TO ROADWAY
   ROAD_FNC    RDWY FUNCTION CLASS
   ROUTE       ROUTE SIGNING
   SCH_BUS     SCHOOLBUS RELATED
   SP_JUR      SPECIAL JURISDICTION
   SP_LIMIT    SPEED LIMIT
   ST_CASE
   STATE
   SUR_COND    SURFACE CONDITION
   T_CONT_F    CONTROLS FUNCTIONING
   TRA_CONT    TRAFFIC CONTROLS
   TRAF_FLO    TRAFFICWAY FLOW
   TWAY_ID     TRAFFICWAY ID
   VE_FORMS    VEHICLE FORMS SUBMITTED
   WEATHER
   YEAR

Person

  Variable      Label
 ------------------------------------
  AGE
  ALC_DET       ALCOHOL DETERMINATION
  AUT_REST      AUOMATIC RESTRAINT
  CERT_NO       DEATH CERTIFICATE
  DEATH_DA
  DEATH_HR
  DEATH_MN
  DEATH_MO
  DEATH_TM
  DEATH_YR
  DRINKING      ALCOHOL INVOLVED
  EJECTION
  EXTRICAT      EXTRICATION
  HOSPITAL      TAKEN TO HOSPITAL
  INJ_SEV       INJURY SEVERITY
  LAG_HRS
  LAG_MINS
  LOCATION      NON MOTORIST LOCATION
  MAN_REST      MANUAL RESTRAINT
  N_MOT_NO      STRIKING VEHICLE
  P_CF1         RELATED FACTOR 1
  P_CF2         RELATED FACTOR 2
  P_CF3         RELATED FACTOR 3
  PER_NO        PERSON #
  PER_TYP       PERSON TYPE
  SEAT_POS      SEATING POSITION
  SEX
  ST_CASE
  STATE
  TEST_RES      ALCOHOL TEST RESULTS
  TOXCLGY       TOXICOLGY REPORT
  VEH_NO        VEHICLE #
  WORK_INJ      FATAL AT WORK
2Vehicle

    Variable   Label
 -------------------------------------
    BODY_TYP   BODY TYPE
    DEATHS     FATALS IN VEHICLE
    DEFORMED   DEFORMATION
    DR_CF1     RELATED FACTOR 1
    DR_CF2     RELATED FACTOR 2
    DR_CF3     RELATED FACTOR 3
    DR_DRINK   DRIVER DRINKING
    DR_PRES    DRIVER PRESENCE
    DR_ZIP     DRIVER ZIP CODE
    EMER_USE   EMERGENCY USE
    FIRE_EXP   FIRE OCCURRENCE
    FIRST_MO   FIRST ACCIDENT MO
    FIRST_YR   FIRST ACCIDENT YEAR
    FLDCD_TR   TRUCK FUEL CODE
    HAZ_CARG   HAZARDOUS CARGO
    IMPACT1    INITIAL IMPACT
    IMPACT2    PRINCIPAL IMPACT
    IMPACTS    VEHICLE ROLE
    J_KNIFE    JACKKNIFE
    L_COMPL    LICENSE COMPLIANCE
    L_RESTRI   LICENCE RESTRICTIONS
    L_STATE    LICENSE STATE
    L_STATUS   LICENCE STATUS
    LAST_MO    LAST ACCIDENT MONTH
    LAST_YR    LAST ACCIDENT YEAR
    M_HARM     MOST HARMFUL EVENT
    MAK_MOD    VEHICLE MODEL
    MAKE
    MCYCL_DS   CC DISPLACEMENT
    MOD_YEAR   MODEL YEAR
    MODEL
    OCUPANTS   OCCUPANTS
    PREV_ACC   PREVIOUS ACCIDENTS
    PREV_DWI   PREVIOUS DWI
    PREV_OTH   PREV OTH MV CONVICTIONS
    PREV_SPD   PREVIOUS SPEEDING
    PREV_SUS   PREVIOUS SUSPENSIONS
    REG_STAT   REGISTRATION STATE
    ROLLOVER
    SER_TR     VIN SERIES TRUCK
    SPEC_USE   SPECIAL USE
    ST_CASE
    STATE
    TOW_VEH    TOWED TRAILING UNIT
    TOWAWAY    MANNOR LEAVING SCENE
    TRAV_SP    TRAVEL SPEED
    VEH_CF1    RELATED FACTOR 1
    VEH_CF2    RELATED FACTOR 2
    VEH_MAN    VEHICLE MANEUVER
    VEH_NO     VEHICLE #
    VIN
    VIN_1
    VIN_2
    VIN_3
    VIN_4
    VIN_5
    VIN_6
    VIN_7
    VIN_8
    VIN_9
    VIN_10
    VIN_BT
    VIN_LNGT   VIN LENGTH
    VIN_WGT    VIN WEIGHT AUTO
    VINA_MOD   VIN MODEL
    VIOL_CHG   VIOLATIONS CHARGED
    WGTCD_TR   TRUCK WEIGHT CODE
    WHLBS_LG   WHLBASE LONG AUTO
    WHLBS_SH   WHLBASE SHORT AUTO















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