How to proceed in case of accidents abroad

1. If you vink an accident

– In your own name, insist on the police civet.
– Only sign the police report if you understand it and agree with it. Otherwise, enter it into the etin
own accident report.
– Write the license plates of registered vehicles, names and addresses of their owners and people, including their insurance.
– Make a note of the names and addresses of any witnesses. Often this information can be very important for disposal.
– Immediately after returning from abroad, inform your insurance company about accidents.
– If you are unsure about the city, contact your insurance company immediately or the national office of the insurer of the country where the accident took place. Their addresses and telephone numbers are listed on the back of the green card.

2. If you are damaged

– Always call the police in your own name. Only sign the protocol if you understand it and agree with it. Otherwise, you will include your own accident report.
– Write the name, address, license plate and identified signs of the fault of the accident. If you have a camera with you, take a picture of the wrecked car.
– Write down the names and addresses of other crashed vehicles and witness a traffic accident.
– Find out which insurance company is responsible for the accident you encountered and fill in the traffic accident report together.
– Immediately after the accident, contact, it is best to drive during your stay abroad, the national office of the insurer. The address and address are listed on the back of the green card. Agree with the insurer’s office on the next procedure, usually at least on
inspection of the damaged vehicle.
– If you need advice on how to proceed, call your insurance company.

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