It can be difficult to know what steps you should take after a car crash. Suddenly, you must deal with the aftermath of a collision, including exchanging information and documenting the incident. These can be stressful tasks to accomplish as you assess your injuries and damage to your car.
Thankfully, modern resources make it easier to handle the consequences of a motor vehicle collision. Here are a few apps for your mobile device that can help you after a car accident.
Collision Call is an emergency calling app available for iOS and Android devices. This app can detect when a crash occurs and alerts emergency services. It uses advanced G-force measurement technology to determine when you get into a car crash. All you need to do is open the app before you start driving. You can also set up the app to contact friends or family in the event of a wreck.
AxiKit contains a handy guide for what steps to take after a collision. It helps you determine what statements to make, how to obtain testimony from witnesses and what type of pictures to take. AxiKit also helps you report the incident to the correct people. It works on both iOS and Android operating systems.
Auto insurance company apps
Many car insurance providers offer car accident apps to guide people through the harrowing aftermath of crashes. Some apps and their features include the following:
- Allstate: accident support
- Esurance Mobile: capture photos and details and store them for later
- Progressive: store photos, locate service centers, call an agent and request roadside assistance
- State Farm Pocket Agent: store your insurance information, contact an agent or call for roadside assistance
If you have coverage from a different insurer, you should check the website or contact customer support to find out about any app that is available.
These mobile apps take some of the stress out of dealing with an unexpected auto crash.