d give you permission to do so.
3. Get Roadside Assistance
After talking to the police and obtaining your proof, you’ll have to transport the vehicle. If the vehicle you’re driving isn’t driveable, contact an auto towing company and have it transferred towards an auto repairs service. If you’re receiving roadside assistance provided by the insurance provider, this is the perfect time to avail it. Many insurance companies pay for towing costs up to the specified distance.
If you’re not able to get assistance from a roadside service, make sure to get multiple quotes from various auto towing companies prior to deciding. It is important to evaluate costs for towing as well as how far they’ll tow your vehicle. When you’ve located the perfect tow vehicle for you, ensure that you have their contact information to be able to contact them in the event they require it.
If your vehicle can be driven, you’ll still need be able to drive it to a safe location. If you’re not comfortable driving the vehicle, make a call to a friend someone from your family to collect you.
4. Inform Your Car Insurance Company
Once you have taken care of any immediate effects caused by an accident is now time to contact your insurance provider. A lot of insurance providers offer an emergency hotline that is available 24 hours a day, which you can use to make a claim for any auto accident or mistake.
It is important to have all the information you need in case you need to call. It should include your insurance number, date and the time of the incident, as well as an explanation of the events. It’s important to include contact details for the other driver and witnesses. If your car was tow or you needed to seek roadside assistance, ensure that you keep all of the receipts and documentation. The insurance company could be able to reimburse you for these costs.
Be prepared to answer questions regarding what and when you experienced it. Remember, it’s important to remain honest.