Tip Sheet Credibility: 33
|Take a cell phone with you if you have it. If you or anyone is seriously hurt you can dial emergency numbers to get medical assistance or other help (such as reporting the incident to the police). Also it'll allow you to contact your friends and family.|
Tip Credibility: 63 (Best Tip!)
|Start your medical treatment on "the same day" of the accident, even if you feel "Fine". The doctors knows best how to examine you and explain the nature of "Impact Injuries", for your best recovery.|
Tip Credibility: 53
|TURN OFF THE IGNITION KEYS IN ALL VEHICLES to prevent fire. Warn oncoming trffic. Check everyone for injuries, call 911 or ask someone else to. Stop any bleeding with pressure. Reassure any injured that help is on the way.|
Tip Credibility: 35
|Always carry a disposable camera in you vehicle. You can take pictures of the accident scene in case there is a law suit. |
Tip Credibility: 6
|The most important thing to do first and foremost is to make sure everyone is okay. If possible get you and your car out of the road. Call police to report accident, exchange insurance and call your insurance company to file a claim.|
Tip Credibility: 4
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