Crash Advice

No one likes to think that they may have an accident, but with the number of cars on the roads increasing, statistically an accident is likely at some point in your driving career. Be prepared and read through our six top tips below.
  • crash-stop

    1.

    STOP

    Stop the car as soon as possible.
  • crash-light

    2.

    LIGHTS

    Be sure to put your hazard lights on if possible.
  • crash-safe

    3.

    REMAIN SAFE

    Ensure you and your passengers are unharmed and in a safe location.
  • crash-call

    4.

    CALL 999

    Once in a safe location call the authorities.
  • crash-calm

    5.

    REMAIN CALM

    Try to remain calm. It's normal to be shocked after an accident.
  • crasch-photo

    6.

    TAKE NOTE

    Take note of the scene of the accident and if safe to do so, take photos.

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