Colorado Front Range Black Box Download Service
Mobile Flat Rate Download and Imaging Services for the Front Range of Colorado
Veritech offers a mobile flat rate vehicle black box download service to customers within the Front Range of Colorado. This is a valuable service for anyone who needs to get the data off of their car after an accident has occurred. Anyone is able to take advantage of this offer, including insurance adjusters, attorneys, and even private party individuals. The best part is: we come to you!
Veritech utilizes the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval system for this service. The Bosch CDR system is the gold standard in black box data retrieval and provides the most complete airbag control module report on the market. The report is straightforward, accurate, and the results file is in an easy-to-read universal PDF format. For a sample results file PDF, click here.
Fee: $750 per download. Includes digital copy of the recovered data in PDF format. Resitrictions apply – see below.
To see if your vehicle is covered by Veritech's download service, look it up in the list of Supported Vehicles List by clicking the link below:
After reviewing the information on this page, use our contact form below to request the black box download service:
Requirements for Flat Rate Download Service:
You must be the owner, or authorized representative of the vehicle. Owner or authorized representative is required to provide a signature on supporting documentation prior to download service.
Vehicle must have unmodified airbag module within subject vehicle
Vehicle’s OBD port must be accessible.
Vehicle must be able to be powered on (not started), either by the vehicle’s battery, or by a battery jumper box (provided by Veritech).
Supported Service Area:
Currently, Veritech is offering this flat rate price for the following region of Colorado:
For service outside of this region, please contact us. We would be happy to assist you for an additional nominal travel fee.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Q. What is needed in order to perform this download?
A. Typically, electrical power to the vehicle is needed, along with the vehicle's key or fob unit (In order to power up the electrical system of the vehicle). The engine does not need to be running in order to retrieve data. Veritech can provide a jump, or battery box, in order to get power to the vehicle if the vehicle's battery is damaged. Access to the vehicle's OBD port is required (usually underneath the dashboard and steering wheel, in the driver's foot well).
Q. What type of information can be downloaded?
A. Veritech’s downloaded data include impact related information, but no specific vehicle owner or operator information is included. Typical data included in a retrieval may include:
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Pre-crash vehicle speed
Pre-crash accelerator and brake pedal usage
Pre-crash steering inputs (in most cases)
Impact related delta-V (impact severity)
Seat belt usage by driver and passenger (in most cases)
Some operational faults
Q. My airbag did not deploy during the crash. Is there still information that can be downloaded?
A. Possibly. If the airbag did not deploy, there may still be valuable information that can be retrieved using Veritech’s procedure. Please contact us for more information.
Q. I am located outside of your service area. Do you offer your black box download service in any other areas outside of the Front Range?
A. Yes, we do. Please contact us for a quote based on your specific location.
Q. Can I remove my airbag control module (ACM) myself and mail it to you?
A. Yes. However before you remove it, please contact us for a custom quote and to ensure that your vehicle is covered.
Q. What methods of payment do you accept?
A. We currently accept cash and check. Other payment methods can be arranged in advance; please contact us for details. On-site credit/debit card payments coming soon!
Q. My vehicle was in an accident but is already repaired. Will there be data stored on it?
A. If the repair is done and the airbags deployed, then the airbag control module was also replaced. Therefore, no crash related data will exist. If the airbags did not deploy, then there might still be data. Contact us to see if we can help.
Q. My car was involved in a low-speed accident (under 5 mph). Will there be any data related to the impact?
A. Probably not. The airbag control module needs to “wake up” with a certain minimum speed (delta-V) before it initiates recording.
Q. Do you offer analysis and interpretation services for the downloaded data?
A. Yes, we do. We would be happy to discuss the specifics of your case at our standard engineering hourly rate. Please contact us to discuss this process further.
Q. Do you offer an expedited download service?
A. Currently, our typical lead time is approximately two weeks. If you need your download done quickly, we can usually accommodate faster turnaround times for a fee. Please contact for details.