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Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find some of our most commonly asked questions. If you're question isn't answered here, feel free to give us a call or an email!
If you have an accident, NEVER admit to fault!!
When you have an accident you are not really thinking properly. You need time to think about what just happened and you don’t need to make a decision then. If someone asks you about what happened, tell them you need time to think about it. What you say can be held against you.
What should you do if you are involved in an accident?
This can vary depending on the circumstances.
Are you or anyone else injured?
Is your vehicle safe to drive?
Are there other vehicles involved?
If there are injuries you should call the police immediately for assistance. They will attend to services for injuries and disabled vehicles.
Most townships have towing services designed to automatically take your vehicle to a safe location. Ask that your vehicle be brought to Byberry Collision, call us for towing during normal business hours, or use our 24-hour emergency number if after business hours.
If your vehicle was already towed, contact us via phone or email. We will guide you through the process by asking you a few simple questions.
I advise contacting us as soon as possible; we’ll do most of the work for you.
Stop, turn the ignition off.
If there are any serious injuries, call 911.
Turn your emergency flashers on.
Exchange names, addresses, phone numbers with other driver(s).
Exchange insurance information with other driver(s).
Take photos of the entire scene, damaged vehicles and property.
Obtain witness names, addresses and phone numbers.
Fill out the Accident Reporting Form as soon as possible.
File an official accident report with the police.
Notify your insurance company; immediately.
Move injured unless absolutely necessary.
Discuss fault, responsibility, circumstances of the accident with other driver(s).
Drive your vehicle if it seems unsafe.
Sign any releases with towing companies, repair shops or insurance companies that you have not read and fully understand.
Accept a check or cash for your automobile's repair from anyone until you are sure it covers all necessary repairs.