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What to Avoid After a Car Accident

February 15, 2019

What should you avoid to ensure you reduce the impact a car accident has on your life?

Our car is one of the most valuable things we own and yet when we have an accident we’re often unprepared for what comes next. In some ways that’s understandable as it’s not something most people try to think about, but there are a few key things you should avoid to ensure you reduce the impact it has on your life.

Avoid Any More Accidents
If possible, to avoid any more accidents, move your car off the road and check that you and your passengers are all safe.

Avoid Paying an Excess (If You Weren't At-Fault)
Get all of the necessary details of the other driver to ensure that you avoid having to pay an excess if you weren’t at-fault.

Avoid Driving an Unsafe Car
If you think that your car isn’t roadworthy wait for a tow truck to arrive and examine the damage.

Avoid Any Inconvenience
The major inconvenience after an accident is that it can leave you without a car for an average of two weeks whilst it gets repaired, which can put an incredible strain on your day-to-day life.

What most people aren’t aware of is that if they weren’t at-fault in an accident with another vehicle they may have the right to a loan car, with the costs covered by the at-fault party.

At Right2Drive, we're accident loan car specialists who can provide you with a car similar to yours whilst it is getting repaired or until your claim of total loss is settled. We have an extensive range of cars and a speedy delivery service to help you get back on the road fast.

To download our full accident guide or to check if you are eligible for a loan car click the buttons below.