WHAT TO DO IN AN ACCIDENT
To help protect yourself and your vehicle, it is critical that you first follow the steps below before doing anything else. Shortly thereafter when it is time to have your INFINITI repaired, you can return here to receive expert assistance from INFINITI Canada Certified Collision Repair Centre technicians to discover how our equipment, tools, knowledge and genuine parts help ensure your INFINITI stays an INFINITI.
- If there are injuries, call 9-1-1 immediately
- Drive the vehicle out of traffic lanes (if safe to do so)
- Activate 4-way flashers
- Ensure everyone is a safe distance from passing vehicles
- Exchange information with other driver(s)
Capture the following information as accurately as possible:
- Year, make, model, license plate # of other vehicles involved
- Name, address, home, work and cell phone, driver’s license #, insurance carrier and policy # of all drivers involved
- Contact information for any witnesses
Take photos or draw a simple diagram of the accident and be sure to include:
- Point of impact
- Observations about the other driver’s behaviour or actions that you believe may have impacted the crash
If your INFINITI vehicle is still covered under its manufacturer warranty, you can have it towed to the nearest Certified Collision Repair Centre at no charge. Simply call 1-800-363-4520 and we’ll guide you through the entire process.
Only INFINITI vehicles within a 100-kilometre radius of an INFINITI Certified Collision Centre or INFINITI Retailer can receive complimentary towing, and all others at owner’s expense. Complete details available here.
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