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What to do after a minor accident

December 18, 2020

Sometimes having a car accident can be confusing. Especially when the accident is minor. Do you still need to exchange details with the other party if you just barely touch the other party’s car? The answer is yes. We have some tips on what you should do after a minor accident.

  • Find a safe place – even though it was a minor crash, you will still need to get out of your car to speak with the other party. Be sure to keep a safe distance away from the road.
  • Check for injuries – despite being a minor crash, there is the possibility that injuries can occur like bruising and whiplash. If injuries occur and are serious, call an ambulance.
  • Exchange information – if everyone is physically and mentally okay, you need to exchange information. We have a car accident guide which gives all the information you need to collect at the scene. You can download our car accident guide.

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  • Take photos – even if the damage is minor, and you cannot see anything majorly wrong with your vehicle, it is so important to take photographs to serve as evidence of the damage. This will be important to provide to your insurance company if you need to make a claim.
Even if you find yourself in a minor accident, if you were not at-fault, Right2Drive may be able to provide you with an accident loan car where the costs are covered by the at-fault party’s insurer. Apply for a loan car below and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss your application.

 

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Things you should know: Information in this blog is current as at 18/12/2020 and is subject to change. Applications for an accident loan car are subject to approval. Your assistance in recovering rental costs may include you providing documents, giving witness statements, and in some cases, appear in court in proceedings Right2Drive commences in your name. Terms and conditions apply and are available at www.right2Drive.com.au.