Accident Checklist
    Remember to:
  • Remain calm and polite
  • Turn on your hazard lights.
  • If safe to do so, move out of the way of traffic Do not discuss who is at fault or your policy limit
    Call the police:
  • If there are injuries, call 911 for medical assistance Do not move an injured person
    Exchange information:
  • Name Address Telephone number and/or email address
  • Insurance information (company / policy number) Other vehicle information (year, make, model, license plate) If there are witnesses, obtain contact information Note the accident location
    Obtain police information:
  • Officer’s name and department
  • Incident report number
    Take photos / video if safe to do so:
  • Accident scene
  • Traffic controls
  • Street names
  • Road conditions
  • Vehicle and other property damage
Accident Prevention
5 best driving practices Never go beyond the posted speed limit Maintain a distance of a least two seconds between your car and the car in front of you. Expect other drivers t make mistakes at intersections Be aware of potential road hazards such as potholes, construction barriers or stalled vehicles. When driving on a highway, be prepared for drivers to change lanes suddenly