Cars 360 ACCIDENTAL CAR REPAIR BODY SHOP
If an accident occurs, your first responsibility afterward should be to make sure the vehicle is turned off and to check on yourself, your passengers and the other drivers involved. Are there any injuries? Is anyone complaining of pain? Even if an injury appears minor, it's often best to call an ambulance, as internal injuries may have occurred. Calling 100 is the recommended course of action for anything more serious than a fender bender.
After checking on everyone's safety, administering first aid and calling emergency services if necessary, check out the accident scene. If on the highway or in a busy section of roadway, consider moving vehicles to the shoulder if it's possible and can be done so safely, to avoid the risk of any secondary accidents from occurring.
WHAT TO DO FOLLOWING A CAR ACCIDENT
If the vehicles are inoperable or cannot be moved safely, make sure you and other vehicle occupants are safely away from traffic. Even if it's a minor crash, don't assume everything is OK.