Car accidents are unexpected and often frightening. They are so common that even the best drivers on the road can be victims, too. So what do you do do when you experience or witness one? Click through this presentation to find out.
Emotions are often high at the scene of a collision even if it's a car park incident, and it's
very important to gather the facts before you leave the scene. Even though bumpers are
designed to be flexible and rebound from an impact, underlying damage to sensor
technology may not be visible and go unnoticed.
Ensure you gather some important details. Firstly the driver's name and contact number
as well as a quick photo on your smartphone of the rego plate and the make and the
model of their vehicle. Grab another photo of the damage to both vehicles, and if
possible a wide shot of the scenario showing the positions. You could also take a quick
audio note of what happened in your own words. And if you've caused the damage then
do the right thing and leave a note on the windscreen. Ensure you get your bumper
looked at by a professional to assess the visible and potential hidden damage before
you incur an expensive mistake. Get your bumper looking like new and ensure
everything is working as it should.
IN THIS VIDEO:
CEO Glen Hawken shares a quick list of things to do
when you witness a minor car accident.
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