Motor accidents across the globe amount to a large number of deaths every year. The collisions result in not just the personal injury to people involved but also in the loss of money to the motor insurance companies, trauma to the people involved, and added pressure on the emergency services. With the help of data analytics techniques, this project aims to identify critical factors that might contribute to the accidents. Upon investigating the temporal features and geo-spatial features of the motor accident locations, we tried to establish a correlation between the accident intensity and its key factors. For this exploratory analysis, we also considered weather conditions and daily average traffic flow data. We then trained Supervised learning models on the data to find out the best performing multi-label classification model.