Each year, thousands of people are involved in traffic accidents during the Memorial Day Weekend. If you are one of these unfortunate people, will you know what to do in the aftermath of a collision? How you react can prevent further injuries, reduce costs and accelerate the clean-up and repair process.
The Consumer Protection Association of America
is increasing public awareness on this subject by designating the week
before Memorial Day "National Driver Education Week." The Association
has developed a list of suggestions to help drivers anticipate what they
need to know about dealing with an accident.
"These tips can make
a big difference in everything from protecting yourself and your
passengers to ensuring that you won't be without a car while yours is in
the shop," said Dr. Ray Bruce, president of the association.