Online declaration of damage caused by a vehicle

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Material damage caused by a vehicle to property is to be declared to the Police.

The declaration must be submitted online via

It is always possible to go to the police station in order to report the damage in person.

Who is concerned?

Anyone who has caused damage to an object using a vehicle must report the damage to the Police.


The damage must have been caused by a vehicle to another object (other vehicles, any object or equipment on public roads, etc.).

Only accidents causing material damage are subject to the declaration. Accidents causing injuries to persons are not concerned.

How to proceed


After having contacted the police, the holder of the vehicle can declare the damages caused by their vehicle via

The declaration must include the following information:

  • personal contact data;
  • the vehicle in question (registration number, make, model, etc.);
  • the place of the accident;
  • the description of the damage.

Even if the reports submitted online are received and processed by a special police station, the complainant is requested to communicate a police station of his choice, in the event where the complainant may be requested to go there in person.


It is possible to attach one or more photos documenting the material damage. This will simplify the investigator's task. These documents can be attached to the report at the end of the data entry process.

Copy of the declaration

A copy of the declaration will be sent by electronic means at the end of the process.

Please note, the copy is not an official record. It is only a confirmation of your declaration.

Online services and forms

Who to contact

Grand Ducal Police

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