Car accident? Call us and keep your no-claims discount!
Been involved in a car accident? You might be worried about your no-claims discount. Especially as a new or young driver! At Non-Fault Car Accident Repair we specialise in dealing with accidents where there is another party at fault. We eliminate all the stress from the process. We liaise with the relevant parties to get your car repaired. In a non-fault claim, all the costs are payable by the 3rd party insurers.
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault start the claim process online now. You can also reach us between Monday and Friday from 9 am to 5 pm on 0800 059 0220. At www.nonfaultcaraccidents.co.uk we offer a national accident management service and can arrange repairs for you anywhere in the UK. If you are local to the Car Magic workshop near Ashley Green, Chesham we can carry out the repairs as part of your insurance claim too.
Car accident with a small deer!
At Car Magic, we repair accident damage to your car bodywork, keeping costs a minimum and delivering a 5-star service. We’re here to help with repairs no matter how your vehicle was damaged. We always aim to be fast, friendly and efficient. If (like this unlucky driver) you have had a run-in with a local Ashridge deer you might be in need of our excellent body repair skills. Obviously, a deer is not an ‘identifiable third party’ so we can’t raise a claim against their insurers but we can deal with the fallout from a deer collision.
Advice from the AA about driving in Ashridge and other hotspots for deer:
- May, October and November are key times for accidents involving deer
- Sunrise and sunset to midnight are the worst times of day to be driving through the hotspots
- As well as the B4506 in Ashridge Forest there are other hotspots in the UK. These include the A134 in Thetford Forest, A22 in Ashdown Forest, A4136 in the Forest of Dean, and the M27 between Southampton and Portsmouth
- Look out for ‘deer’ or ‘wild animal’ road signs as deer can appear almost instantly
- If possible, use high-beam headlights when it’s dark but try to dip them if you see a deer
- Remember that it’s safer to continue on your normal track rather than swerving or braking hard to try to avoid hitting a deer
- It will be very hard to prove that you were swerving to avoid an animal if you hit something or someone else
- Try and stop somewhere safe if you do hit and deer and report the accident to the police
Read more advice about deer collisions via AA.com