How to Safely Handle Car Emergencies

This 1 minute safety training video covers: What are the things you should do when accidents happen, how to properly handle an accident, what necessary documents you need, when and where to report.

Video Transcript

If your vehicle breaks down while you are driving allow it to slow down normally, pull to the side of the road preferably on the shoulder lane better yet try to take an exit if the car will make it. Make your vehicle visible to other drivers by using reflectors or road flares and turning on hazards. Stand away from the vehicle until help arrives or wait inside with the doors locked and the safety belts fastened. If you change flat tires yourself position yourself away from the road as much as possible. If you are involved in as vehicle crash, turn off the ignition and check the well-being of everyone involved, turn on your hazards and mark the scene with reflective triangles or road flares. Call the police and if necessary emergency medical services.

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how to handle car emergencies

How to Handle Car Emergencies covers: What are the things you should do when accidents happen, how to properly handle an accident, what necessary documents you need, when and where to report.