How To Claim Car Insurance
Before filing a claim for a car that was damaged in an accident or lost, you need to prepare several documents, including:
Insurance policy in original and photocopy.
Copy of SIM and STNK.
Proof of a police report if the car is seriously damaged due to an accident or loss.
Completely filled and signed claim form.
Written chronology of events.
Photos of damage such as, scuffs, dents and others.
To find out how long a car insurance claim will take, you can directly ask an agent or Sahabat Insurance customer service at 021-50508080.
This is how to pay an electronic ticket (E-TLE) fine
When you commit a traffic violation, get ready to get an E-ticket. Now it is easier for you to pay ticket fines through E-Tilang. You only need to fill out a ticket confirmation letter via online, then make a payment by bank transfer. Therefore, the payment is much easier so that there is no need to come to attend the trial. Traffic discipline not only reflects one own personality, but also avoids traffic accidents. What are included in the violations that can be subject to E-tickets? Violating traffic signs and road markings, motorcycle riders not wearing helmets, playing with devices/ smartphone while driving, fake vehicle number plates, not wearing seat belts, drive against traffic flow. Be careful, ok!
Tips For Safe Exercise
Exercising on the highway turns out to be a risky accident, you know! Especially if you exercise on protocol roads or highways with heavy traffic. Choose a sport venue that is not too crowded with vehicular traffic such as in parks or residential complex roads, wear safety equipment such as helmets if you are a cyclist and avoid exercising at night. For Personal Accident Insurance, contact Sahabat Insurance at 021-50508080.
Parking: Shift to “P” Or Pull the Handbrake First?
The parking brake is essential to your safety and those around you. If you have an automatic gearbox, apply the handbrake first, then put it in P. This ensures that the car’s weight isn’t resting on the parking pawl. If you don’t use the handbrake, you’ll be putting constant pressure on the parking pawl and transmission components which will eventually fail, leading to costly repairs.
Your car’s brakes are controlled by something called a parking pawl.The parking pawl locks the transmission's output shaft to the transmission casing by engaging a pawl (a pin) that engages in a notched wheel on the shaft, stopping it (and thus the driven wheels) from rotating.When you shift into “P” first, the weight of the car rests on that tiny metal bit we call the parking pawl. That’s not great. When you do this, you will hear the unpleasant “clunk” when shifting out of “P” later.
If you have an automatic transmission, apply the handbrake first, then put it in P. Shifting to 'P' before pulling the handbrake is how you damage your automatic transmission.