- Move your cars off to the side of the road. If no one is seriously hurt and the cars are movable, you should make sure that they are out of the way so no one else will hit them.
- Be polite with other drivers. Don’t scream at the other people, saying that the accident was their fault. Also, don’t admit that the accident was your fault. Stay calm and polite with everyone involved in the accident.
- Be sure to exchange information. It is very important that you get some vital information from all of the drivers in the accident. Be sure to get their name, address, phone number, and driver license number. You also need their insurance information, including the company and policy number.
- Take pictures of the accident. It is important to have proof of the accident. Photograph all of the cars and their damage. Survey the area and take pictures so the police and insurance adjusters will be able to see what happened in the accident.
- File an accident report, even if the police are not involved. It is important to fill out an accident report at the closest police station. This often speeds up the insurance claim process.
It is often scary to be involved in any type of accident. However, you need to think quickly and move your cars off to the side of the road. Be sure to get the required information and take pictures so you have proof. Even if the police don’t come, you need to file an accident report.
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